Trick-or-Treat Yourself this October 31st with a Marathon of Halloween Programming on MGM+ and MGM+ HITS
As the leaves begin to fall and the dead begin to rise, MGM+ and MGM+ Hits invite viewers to settle in and get freaked out with a marathon of spooky programming so good it’s scary.
Audiences can enjoy over 12 hours of frightening fun and catch-up on the best thrills and chills with hit series like “FROM,” “Chapelwaite,” “Blumhouse’s Compendium of Horror,” “Amityville: An Origin Story,” and “Psycho: The Lost Tapes of Ed Gein”
Tune in… if you dare, starting Halloween morning at 11:00 AM ET / PT
11:00 AM ET/PT - 3:40 PM ET/PT on MGM+
Based on the short story “Jerusalem’s Lot,” by Stephen King
Set in the 1850s, Chapelwaite follows Captain Charles Boone (Adrien Brody), who relocates his family of three children to his ancestral home in the small, seemingly sleepy town of Preacher’s Corners, Maine after his wife dies at sea. However, Charles will soon have to confront the secrets of his family’s sordid history, and fight to end the darkness that has plagued the Boones for generations. The series stars Adrien Brody and Emily Hampshire and is Executive Produced by Donald De Line, Jason Filardi and Peter Filardi.
3:40 PM - 8:00 PM ET/PT on MGM+
Episodes 201 - 205
FROM unravels the mystery of a nightmarish town that traps all those who enter. As the unwilling residents fight to keep a sense of normalcy and search for a way out, they must also survive the threats of the surrounding forest – including the terrifying creatures that come out when the sun goes down. In season two, hidden truths about the nature and terrifying origins of the town begin to emerge, even as life for its residents is plunged into chaos by the arrival of mysterious newcomers.
12:15 PM - 4:35 PM ET/PT on MGM+ HITS
‘Blumhouse’s Compendium of Horror’ is the definitive take on the horror genre. Through shocks and scares from our favorite iconic horror moments, the series reflects how American society, and us, the audience, have evolved alongside the cherished and significant horror films of our time.
4:35 PM - 8:00 PM ET / PT on MGM+ HITS
Amityville: An Origin Story tells the story behind the world’s most infamous haunted house tale: the Amityville murders. The project is the first elevated look at every aspect of this wildly layered story about the heinous murder of a family of six that became eclipsed by paranormal controversy.
The 1979 blockbuster film, The Amityville Horror, inspired by the book of the same title by Jay Anson spawned an ever-expanding universe of movies, books, supernatural theories, and horror superfans. But the mass murder behind the hauntings—and its alleged ties to organized crime—left a long trail of questions that have never been fully explored.
Rooted in the dark cultural undercurrents of the 1970s, the series features firsthand accounts from witnesses, family members, and former investigators appearing on-camera for the first time. Exclusive archival footage, newly unearthed images, and stunning original photography are woven together into the most compelling and comprehensive telling of the Amityville story yet, taking viewers on a heart-pounding roller coaster ride through the mythology, factual record, and devastating human toll of this notorious meta-narrative.
8:00 PM - 11:25 PM ET/PT on MGM+ HITS
MGM+ original docuseries, Psycho: The Lost Tapes of Ed Gein, directed and executive produced by James Buddy Day (Blumhouse’s Compendium of Horror, Fall River), follows the horrifying grave robber and serial killer Ed Gein, otherwise known as “The Plainfield Ghoul” and “The Mad Butcher,” whose crimes inspired such iconic films as Psycho, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and The Silence of the Lambs.
For years, filmmakers, journalists, and scholars have tried to unravel the mind of this notorious killer, and with new reveals and never-before-heard recordings, viewers will be transported to late-1950s Middle America and submerged in Gein’s perverse mind. The series explores Gein’s upbringing and twisted relationship with his mother (which famously inspired Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho), his early grave robbing, the murders leading up to his arrest, and the police’s discovery of his terrifying house of horrors—all accompanied by the brand-new revelations revealed in the recordings.