Time for October, which unsurprisingly features a whole bunch of horror films:
Noon: The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm
(1962): George Pal Puppetoons!
8:00 PM: Doctor Dolittle
8:00 PM: Carnival of Souls
('62): "New Wave" horror picture.
9:30 PM: Night of the Living Dead
1:30 AM: Bride of Frankenstein
3:00 AM: Frankenstein Created Woman
('67): Hammer horror with Peter Cushing.
4:45 AM: The Wasp Woman
('59): Roger Corman horror film.
6:30 AM: Captain Nemo and the Underwater City
('69, though TCM site says '70): Low-budget British film written by Pip and Jane Baker, who would later do some mediocre Doctor Who
serials in the '80s. With Chuck Connors.
10:30 AM: The Gorgon
('64): Another Hammer film with Cushing and Christopher Lee.
Noon: The Devil's Bride
('68): Hammer Satanism film with Lee.
2:00 AM: Billy the Kid Vs. Dracula
('66): So, this exists. John Carradine plays Dracula.
3:15 AM: Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter
('66): Annnd... so does this. These two movies were released as a double feature.
4:45 AM: Destination Earth
('56): Less interesting than it sounds -- a promotional cartoon for the oil industry, about a Martian coming to Earth to study American prosperity.
3:45 PM: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
1:00 AM: Throne of Blood
('57): Akira Kurosawa's Macbeth
adaptation. I'm counting it as genre because it has a spirit in it, but mainly because it sounds interesting.
3:00 AM: Son of Sinbad
('55): Arabian Nights movie with Vincent Price. Hardly any fantasy elements, judging from the Wikipedia entry, but Sinbad is a fantasy character, and, heck, so is Vincent Price, so I'm counting it.
8:00 PM: Horror of Dracula
('58): The first Lee/Cushing Hammer Dracula film.
9:30 PM: Isle of the Dead
('45): Boris Karloff vampire movie. With Alan Napier.
11:00 PM: Dead of Night
('45): British horror-anthology film with Michael Redgrave. The restored full-length version.
1:00 AM: The Haunting
('63): Robert Wise haunted-house classic.
3:00 AM: The House of Seven Corpses
('74): What I suspect is a less classic haunted-house movie.
4:30 AM: Horror Castle
('63): Italian Gothic horror with Christopher Lee. Doesn't seem to have supernatural elements.
Noon: The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll
('61): Hammer takes on Dr. Jekyll. With Lee.
4:30 PM: It Came From Outer Space
('53): Jack Arnold/Ray Bradbury classic.
6:00 PM: The World, the Flesh, and the Devil
('59): Post-apocalyptic tale with Harry Belafonte.
('22): The silent classic.
2:00 AM: Vampyr
('32): Another German vampire film, this one with sound.
3:15 AM: The Vampire Bat
('33): Sensing a theme here. Fay Wray is in this one.
4:30 AM: The Vampire
('57): I never would've guessed. Mad-science take on vampires, with Kenneth Tobey.
5:45 PM: The Manchurian Candidate
('62): Borderline genre at best, but what the hey.
9:45 PM: The Story of Mankind
('57): TCM's shown this before. Irwin Allen "epic" with all-star cast recapping human history.
1:30 AM: Master of the World
('61): Vincent Price as Jules Verne's Robur.
8:00 PM: Burn, Witch, Burn
('62): Been shown before, I'm sure.
9:45 PM: The Tomb of Ligeia
('64): Last of Roger Corman and Vincent Price's Poe adaptations.
11:15 PM: The Seventh Victim
('43): Satanist horror, directed by Val Lewton.
12:30 AM: Curse of the Demon
('58): Another Satanic-cult movie, directed by Jacques Tourneur.
2:15 AM: I Walked With a Zombie
('43): Another Tourneur film -- note that it's a voodoo-style zombie movie, not the later Romero-style.
3:30 AM: The Leopard Man
('43): More Tourneur, a serial-killer film.
6:00 AM: The Mask of Fu Manchu
('32): Can even Boris Karloff make a Yellow Peril film worth watching?
10:30 AM: The Devil's Own
('66): Black magic in England, with Joan Fontaine.
12:15 PM: The Plague of the Zombies
6:15 PM: Dr. Strangelove
8:00 PM: Freaks
('32): Tod Browning's controversial film.
9:15 PM: Mark of the Vampire
('35): Browning directs Lionel Barrymore and Lugosi.
10:30 PM: The Devil Doll
('36): More Browning, as Barrymore shrinks people. With Maureen O'Sullivan!
1:15 AM: London After Midnight
('27): The silent Tod Browning film which he remade as Mark of the Vampire
(above). With Lon Chaney.
2:15 AM: Incubus
('66): William Shatner speaks Esperanto! Yes, they're actually showing this!
3:45 AM: The Hypnotic Eye
('60): Mesmeric horror.
5:15 AM: Rosie
('60): This is weird -- a failed sitcom pilot about a talking dog.
4:30 PM: King Solomon's Mines
6:15 PM: Eye of the Devil
('66): Occult-themed British film with Deborah Kerr and David Niven.
4:30 PM: A Place of One's Own
('45): Haunted-house film with James Mason.
Vincent Price marathon:
8:00 PM: House of Wax
9:45 PM: The Mad Magician
11:00 PM: House of Usher
('60): First Corman Poe film.
Price marathon continues:
12:30 AM: Diary of a Madman
2:15 AM: The Tingler
3:45 AM: House on Haunted Hill
5:15 AM: The Bat
6:45 AM: Tower of London
8:15 AM: The Raven
('63): Another Corman Poe film, with Peter Lorre and Karloff.
And later in the evening:
6:30 PM: The Walking Dead
('36): Karloff film from the director of Casablanca
8:00 PM: A Bucket of Blood
('59): Corman film with Dick Miller.
9:15 PM: Dementia 13
('63): Francis Ford Coppola's first mainstream film, starring William Campbell.
I'm leaving out a few non-SF/supernatural thrillers airing overnight.
4:30 AM: Village of the Damned
8:00 PM: Bride of Frankenstein
9:30 PM: The Mummy
11:00 PM: Cat People
('42): Val Lewton/Jacques Tourneur classic.
12:30 AM: White Zombie
('32): With Lugosi.
2:00 AM: Psychomania
('73): Another British Satanism film.
3:30 AM: The Witches
('66): This is the exact same film as The Devil's Own
from Saturday the 19th, but it's listed under its UK title here for some reason.
4:15 PM: Children of the Damned
('64): Sequel to Village of...
6:00 PM: Them!
('54): Debut of the giant-radioactive-insects genre.
Then a Christopher Lee marathon, mostly Hammer films:
6:00 AM: The Curse of Frankenstein
7:30 AM: The Mummy
9:00 AM: Horror Castle
10:30 AM: Castle of the Living Dead
12:15 PM: Dracula, Prince of Darkness
1:45 PM: The Devil's Bride
3:45 PM: Dracula Has Risen From the Grave
('69): Yeah, he does that.
5:30 PM: Horror Express
Then an interlude and another Vincent Price marathon:
8:00 PM: The Pit and the Pendulum
9:30 PM: The Haunted Palace
('63): This is the one Greg Cox
mentioned that's billed as a Poe film but is really based on an H.P. Lovecraft story.
11:15 PM: The Masque of the Red Death
1:00 AM: The Abominable Dr. Phibes
2:45 AM: Twice-Told Tales
('63): Collection of Nathaniel Hawthorne stories.
5:00 AM: The Tomb of Ligeia
6:30 AM: The Conqueror Worm
('68): Despite the Poe title, actually a British film called Witchfinder General
8:15 AM: Theatre of Blood