Haunted Halloween 2013: Top TV Treats to Enjoy This Horror Season [VIDEOS]
By Christine Lazaro | October 28, 2013 6:39 PM EST
With everyone getting ready to celebrate the haunted season of Halloween 2013, there is no better way to spend it at home by watching some freaky television treats. Here are some of the best that you can catch or look for as you sit back and relax starting October 31.
'The Walking Dead'
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This AMC television series should not be missed on this list. If you have not seen it from its very first season, then it can be a good idea to start a marathon of the zombie-theme series this Halloween.
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If you want to go old school, then maybe it is time to recall and watch reruns of the 'Are You Afraid of the Dark' series. It may be perfect for ages falling on the teen section but admit, it still has its way of giving you the creeps, right?
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This is definitely not for the faint hearted. If you have not seen this movie yet, then there is no better season to see it but this haunted Halloween 2013. It tells the story of a couple who uses CCTV cameras around their home to discover the entity that disturbs their family.
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If you do not want to be scared to death by your friends, then make sure not to do these pranks on them too. For this Halloween, just watch for a marathon run of brand new episodes of the funniest yet creepiest series that run after the theme of Candid Camera. But this one revolves around scaring people around for fun.
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If you are a young adult theme fan, then you should not miss 'Twilight.' Keep your Halloween warm and romantic with reminiscing the good old days of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's on and off screen relationship.
Other popular haunted Halloween TV treats you can check out also include 'Ghost Hunters,' 'American Horror Story: Coven,' 'The Blair Witch Project,' 'Halloween,' 'Roswell,' 'The Vampire Diaries' and a lot more.
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