13 Freakishly Scary TV Shows to Watch This Halloween
The TV adaptation is just as scary as it's predecessor -- and the mask is even scarier!
Always a classic, Bones uncover the secrets buried in the earth. Care to help dig for clues?
This '90s classic series will always freak us out, not to mention the theme song that continues to haunt our adulthood.
Yes, we've solved the mystery of 'A', but these girls are still bad-ass when it comes to keeping a secret.
We enjoy watching a love-quarrel here and there, and these brothers will do whatever it takes to keep Elena safe.
These witchy sisters are the perfect Friday night binge -- yes, even on Halloween.
The critically acclaimed Netflix show is buzzing around the world -- mainly because of it's '80s nostalgia and extra-terrestrial references.
These brothers are trouble. So, why can't we stop watching?
The Walking Dead is perhaps one of the best TV series in a long time. Rick Grimes is just ruthless against those dead zombies.
From Chuck Bass comes a new character portrayed by Ed Westwick. A pair of LAPD detectives track down serial killers terrorising the Sunset Strip.
We don't need to explain what the show's about. But we definitely recommend the second season - 'Asylum', on Netflix.
Relive the classic horror tale with a headless man in love with a beautiful woman. Yes, it's odd.
We can't get over Emma Roberts 'bitchy' attitude. Indulge yourself in this horror comedy with Ariana Grande and Jamie Lee Curtis.
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