SyFy has announced the original lineup for its tenth annual “31 Days of Halloween” horror programming for next month. The announcements include the season premieres of Van Helsing, Z-Nation, and as we reported earlier today, the entirety of Channel Zero: The Dream House.
Season 5 of Z Nation premieres Friday, October 5th at 9:00pm, directly followed by the season 3 premiere of Van Helsing at 10:00pm (all times Eastern).
The network will also premiere five brand-new feature films: No Escape Room, Cucuy: The Boogeyman, Karma, Killer High, and Dead in the Water. Read the sections below for descriptions and showtimes of each film:
No Escape Room:
No Escape Room starring Mark Ghanime premieres Saturday, October 6th at 9:00pm.
A father and daughter check out a small-town escape room and discover there’s something sinister about the place.
Cucuy: The Boogeyman:
Cucuy: The Boogeyman starring Marisol Nichols & Brian Krause (Charmed, House of Purgatory, Sleepwalkers) premieres Saturday, October 13th at 7:00pm.
A teenage girl under house arrest discovers that the nightmarish urban legend of the Mexican boogeyman, El Cucuy, are true.
Karma starring Mandela Van Peebles (Jigsaw), Brytni Sarpy (Truth or Dare), and Tony Amendola (Annabelle) premieres Saturday, October 13th at 9:00pm.
When recent college grad Manny has trouble making ends meet, his father-in-law offers him a job evicting delinquent tenants. Manny soon finds himself unleashing a karma demon that stalks him at every turn.
Killer High tarring Kacey Rohl (Hannibal), Asha Bromfield, and Varun Saranga (Wynonna Earp) premieres Saturday, October 20th at 9:00pm.
Sabrina’s perfectly planned high school reunion goes south when a monster keeps killing all the guests in this horror-comedy.
Dead in the Water:
Dead in the Water starring Nikohl Boosheri, premieres Saturday, October 27th at 9:00pm.
An all-female crew on a boat in the middle of nowhere must deal with an invader on their ship.
While the entire schedule is not yet available, we do know that American Psycho, Insidious, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre are among the classic horror films that will air next month.