The final day of all horror related programming on Turner Classic Movies begins at 7 AM with Doctor X (1932, directed by Michael Curtiz), followed at 8:30 AM with Bela Lugosi in White Zombie from 1932.

9:45 AM brings a showing of Dementia 13. Directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Roger Corman, the 1963 film stars proto-Q William Campbell, Luana Andrews, and Patrick Magee.

Roman Polanski’s The Fearless Vampire Killers, starring Roman Polanski, airs at 11:15 AM, followed by a William Castle double-feature of Homicidal (1961) at 1:15 PM then The Tingler (1959), with Vincent Price, at 3 PM.

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Mr. Price returns at 4:30 PM in the (I assume) non-3D version of House of Wax (1953), followed at 6:15 PM by Hammer Studios’ The Devil’s Bride. Directed by Terence Fisher, with a screenplay by Richard Matheson adapted from Dennis Wheatley’s “The Devil Rides Out” (a title the movie went under in other markets), the 1968 film stars Christopher Lee and Charles Gray.

Following The Devil’s Bride is an adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) at 8 PM starring Hurd Hatfield, George Sanders, and Donna Reed . At 10 PM is Jacques Tourneur’s Curse of the Demon. Adapted from “Casting the Runes” by M.R. James the 1958 film features Niall MacGinnis, Peggy Cummins, and Dana Andrews.

At 11:30 PM is the supernatural anthology Dead of Night (1945) from Ealing Studious, followed at 1:30 AM by Bela Lugosi in Tod Browning’s Mark of the Vampire (1935).

At 2:45 AM TCM is showing various experimental shorts which 99TelepodprOblems was good enough to cover at (if I have done this correctly) the following link

Finally, though not horror-related, at 4:30 AM TCM Underground is showing the formally hard-to-legally-find Twice Upon A Time from 1983. I am not sure which version they are showing but it is definitely worth recording.

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Plus if you are of the right age (old like me) it is worth watching just for, or just to hear, the voice actors alone - Lorenzo Music, Paul Frees, Judith Kahan Kampmann, Marshall Efron, etc.,