That’s right, Halloween is here again and for many that means tracking down spooky movies on Netflix, cable, or in the theaters.  Last year the four borg.com writers posted each of their top favorites.  Luckily new films that fit the genre continue to be made, like The Woman in Black (you remember, Harry Potter and The Woman in Black?) reviewed here earlier this year, but there was also Johnny Depp in Dark Shadows, John Cusack in The Raven, Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter, and a new Paranormal Activity in theaters.  The original Halloween has already been re-broadcast this season at least twice on cable TV, but fans in select cities can see it in the theater at special anniversary screenings. There are plenty of opportunities to get your fix of dark, spooky, creepy, or just plain scary movies.  And next year we can look to films like Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, which sure sounds like it should have been a Halloween release.

Tonight, the BBC is releasing the new three-hour BBC mini-series (shown all at once) The Secret of Crickley Hall, which looks to have that great creepy vibe from Watcher in the Woods and The Woman in Black.  All I needed to see was David Warner in the trailer to click record on the DVR.  Here is a preview:

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