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[04/04/07 - 01:39 PM]
Chiller Keeps Bringing Scary Back in April with Horror and Thriller Favorites 'Bride of Chucky,' 'Tales from the Crypt,' and 'Poltergeist'
Chiller touts its April programming highlights.

[via press release from Chiller]

CHILLER KEEPS BRINGING SCARY BACK IN APRIL WITH HORROR AND THRILLER FAVORITES 'BRIDE OF CHUCKY,' 'TALES FROM THE CRYPT,' AND 'POLTERGEIST'

BURBANK, Calif. - April 4, 2007 � Viewers can spend the month of April in fear and horror as Chiller brings them the best horror and thriller entertainment.

"Chiller has assembled an incredible selection of horror and thriller entertainment for viewers," said Dan Harrison, Senior Vice President Emerging Networks, NBC Universal Cable. "As we roll out our programming, our audience can look forward to the best in this genre."

Audiences can reunite with old friends on Sunday nights in April as familiar faces of fear return with the Bride of Chucky beginning April 8 at 9pm (ET), then count the nine lives of Stephen King's Cat's Eye on April 15 at 9pm (ET). They will revisit the Crypt Keeper from the 1988 Tales from the Crypt on April 22 at 9pm (ET) and dream with Freddy for a four-hour marathon of Freddy's Nightmares at 8pm (ET) on April 29.

A true fright fest is not complete without Friday the 13th. Viewers will feel chills searching for ghostly artifacts and haunted antiques in a Friday the 13th:The Series marathon on April 13 from 4pm to 8pm (ET).

Every Friday and Saturday night at 9pm (ET), viewers can join The Chiller Frightmare. Audience heads will spin as Steven Spielberg's legendary Poltergeist makes its debut on April 6 at 9pm and 12am (ET). Then they can check out Ali Later, before she was the split-personality superstar of NBC's Heroes, as she explores the House on Haunted Hill April 13 at 9pm and 12am (ET). On April 20, fans can tune-in to the work of the man that defined fear at 9pm and 12am (ET) for Alfred Hitchcock's Suspicion.

THE CHILLER FRIGHTMARE � Fridays, beginning at 9pm ET

PREMIERES:
Poltergeist - 4/6
House on Haunted Hill (1999)- 4/13
Suspicion - 4/20

ENCORES:
Bride of Chucky - 4/27

THE CHILLER FRIGHTMARE � Saturdays, beginning at 9pm ET

PREMIERES:
Village of the Damned (1995) - 4/7

ENCORES:
Poltergeist - 4/14
Twilight Zone: The Movie - 4/21
House on Haunted Hill - 4/28





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