March: MON 3/2 1:30 PM: Them! ('54): The giant-ant classic. 3:30 PM: The Swarm ('78): Michael Caine vs. a horde of killer bees. 8:00 PM: This is amazing... They're showing the entire Peter Jackson Lord of the Rings trilogy back to back, running nearly 10 hours. Just the theatrical editons, though, not the expanded versions. And unusually for TCM, they're actually showing them in the right order. (Oddly, TCM's schedule lists Fellowship as "Horror," where it lumps most sci-fi, but lists Towers as "Epic" and Return as "Adventure.") WED 3/4 6:00 AM: A Bucket of Blood ('59): Roger Corman thriller with Dick Miller in the lead. 7:15 AM: Macabre ('58): William Castle suspense film with Jim Backus. 8:45 AM: The Brain that Wouldn't Die ('62): Famous from Mystery Science Theater 3000, a movie that got its own title wrong in the end credits (Head for Brain). Noon: Dementia 13 ('63): Francis Ford Coppola's first mainstream feature. 1:30 PM: The Last Man on Earth ('64): Vincent Price does Richard Matheson's I Am Legend. 3:00 PM: Spider Baby ('68): Black-comedy horror, apparently, with Lon Chaney Jr. and Sid Haig. 4:30 PM: Equinox ('70): Indie thriller directed by future ILM effects master Dennis Muren. Apparently an influence on The Evil Dead. 6:00 PM: Night of the Lepus ('72): Dr. McCoy vs. the Killer Bunnies! (Followed by a short on the Wonderful World of Tupperware!) THU 3/5 9:00 AM: The Seventh Victim ('43): Val Lewton Satanist horror film. 6:00 PM: Planet of the Apes ('68) SAT 3/7 10:00 AM: Batman ('43): First chapter of the infamous wartime serial. Brace yourself, it's pretty damn racist, and pretty bad too. 4:15 PM: Psycho ('60) 6:15 PM: Dr. Strangelove ('64) SUN 3/8 3:30 AM: The Visitor ('79): Arty fantasy/sci-fi film about a telekinetic girl in a battle of good vs. evil, or something. Lance Henriksen's in it, along with John Huston, Mel Ferrer, Glenn Ford, Shelley Winters, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. 4:30 AM: Tentacles ('77): Giant octopus vs. Shelley Winters. Noon: Angels in the Outfield ('51): The original version, with Janet Leigh and Keenan Wynn. 8:00 PM: The Ghost and Mrs. Muir ('47) 10:00 PM: Topper ('37) WED 3/11 6:30 PM: The Sorcerers ('67): Boris Karloff uses hypnotic mind control. FRI 3/13 8:00 PM: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang ('68) SAT 3/14 10:00 AM: Batman serial Ch. 2. SUN 3/15-MON 3/16: A "Treasures from the Disney Vault" theme night. Not all of these are genre, but what the hey: 8:00 PM: Darby O'Gill and the Little People ('59) 9:45 PM: Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: I Captured the King of the Leprechauns ('59) 10:45 PM: Babes in the Woods ('32): Silly Symphonies short. 11:00 PM: WDWWoC: The Story of the Animated Drawing ('55) Midnight: The Three Caballeros ('44) 1:30 AM: Walt & El Grupo ('08): Documenting a Disney goodwill tour of Latin America during WWII. 3:15 AM: The Fighting Prince of Donegal ('66): Live-action Disney historical film. WED 3/18 10:30 AM: The Ghost Goes West ('36): Haunted-castle picture with Robert Donat. THU 3/19-FRI 3/20: A theme night of films directed by Bert I. Gordon. 8:00 PM: Tormented ('60): Ghost story. 9:30 PM: The Cyclops ('57): Giant-monster movie with Lon Chaney, Jr. 10:45 PM: Attack of the Puppet People ('58): John Hoyt shrinks people. 12:15 AM: The Magic Sword ('62): Sword-and-sorcery with Basil Rathbone and Gary Lockwood. 1:45 AM: The Boy and the Pirates ('60): Modern boy transported to pirate days. 3:15 AM: Picture Mommy Dead ('66): Psycho-ish thriller with Don Ameche and Zsa Zsa Gabor. 4:45 AM: Village of the Giants ('65): Giant teenage delinquents terrorize a town! I remember this one. SAT 3/21 6:45 AM: The Face of Fu Manchu ('65): Christopher Lee in the title role. 8:45 AM: White Zombie ('32): Lugosi as voodoo master in Haiti, in what was apparently the first zombie movie. Right, that's totally a Haitian accent Lugosi has... 10:00 AM: Batman serial Chapter 3. THU 3/26 10:45 AM: The Manitou ('78): Horror featuring ancient Native American demon. With Tony Curtis and Michael Ansara. FRI 3/27-SAT 3/28 10:30 PM: Camelot ('67): Arthurian musical. 1:45 AM: Finian's Rainbow ('68): Leprechaun musical with Fred Astaire. 4:30 AM: Lost Horizon ('73): Musical remake of the Shangri-La film, with John Gielgud, Liv Ullmann, Salley Kellerman, and Michael York. SAT 3/28 10:00 AM: Batman Ch. 4. SUN 3/29 Midnight: Wonder Man ('45): Danny Kaye's ghost haunts his identical twin.