American Horror Story Premiers tonight at 10 on the FX network. The show stars Connie Britton, Dylan McDermott, and Taissa Farmiga as the Harmon Family who have moved from Boston to Los Angeles in the wake of an affair. Unknown to them the house that they move into is haunted.

I’m very hopeful for this series because It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia also airs on FX and is nearly as twisted as any horror story could be. According to Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly, “AHS is pretty much all scare, all the time: a whole lotta screams, sex, jolts, mashed faces, psychotic behavior, and dead babies.” The trailers seem to give the impression that this might be one of those “you might want to sleep with the lights on” horror shows. See the trailer below.

If you haven’t heard, The Walking Dead is coming back this October 16, 2012. Last year, it premiered on October 31, or Halloween and I was hoping for a similar situation this time around. However, this might be beneficial since I had to watch my DVRd episode the next day due to all the wonderful Halloween activities I had on my plate.

See below for one of the many new trailers released in anticipation.

What do you think is going to happen this season; I’ve noticed it isn’t quite following the Comics panel for panel anyway. If you haven’t seen the first season, it’s available on Amazon on Demand  Here.

Over at they have a wonderful list of all the Halloween themed television shows and marathons running during the month of October. Some highlights are:

From Wednesday October 5, 2011 to Friday October 7, 20011 between 10:30 and 3pm they have a Super-Spooky Weekday block. The block features such wonderful old television shows as The Munsters, The Adams Family, something called The Funky Phantom and more.

Is running a “31 days of Halloween” event running every day featuring shows like Ghost Hunters, Paranormal Witness. On Saturday October 8, Children of the Corn will play at 1am and End of Days at 6:30pm.

Is showing a block of Halloween themed episodes and specials from 10am to 2pm on Friday October 7, including a showing of Spookley the Square Pumpkin at 10:30am.

A marathon of the Most Terrifying Places in America all day Saturday from 8pm to 4am.

Food Network:
Halloween Wars premiers a new episode at 9pm on Sunday October 9, 2011.


I’ll give my top Halloween picks for next week on Sunday.

Until then set your DVR and get cracking on those Flash Fiction Stories.

They’re coming to get you…