Everyone loves to be scared, right? At least as long as it's from the comfort of your own home.
In the next few days leading up to Halloween, curl up on the sofa or under a duvet and try to stifle your screams as a host of terrifying films hit the small screen.
From classic horror flicks such as Poltergeist and Amityville II: The Possession, to supernatural thrillers including Paranormal Activity, to spoof film Scary Movie 4, there's plenty on offer to give you goosebumps.
Pull your curtains and lock your doors and, if you're afraid of the dark, don't watch these spooky movies if you're all alone on 31 October.
Prepare to be scared...
1. Amityville II: The Possession (1982)
Monday 27 October, Channel 5, 10.55pm
This prequel to The Amityville Horror is loosely based on the DeFeo murders. The Montelli family move into a house haunted by the horrors of the past. Rocky star Burt Young plays father Anthony.
2. The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
Monday 27 October, BBC4, 10pm
3. The Mothman Prophecies (2002)
Tuesday 28 October, BBC1, 11.55am
Psychological thriller starring Richard Gere as a journalist who finds himself in a small town in West Virginia, which is haunted by supernatural beings.
4. Scary Movie 4 (2006)
Wednesday 29 October, BBC1, 12.05am
5. The Final Destination (2009)
Thursday 30 October, Film4, 11.05pm
6. Witchfinder General (1968)
Friday 31 October, BBC2, 12.05am
Vincent Price plays the evil and infamous witch hunter Matthew Hopkins in this Civil War-time horror.
7. The Devil's Backbone (2001)
Friday 31 October, BBC2, 1.30am
Guillermo del Toro's Spanish-language film is set during the final year of the Spanish Civil War. An orphan arrives at a boys' home, where he begins having strange visions.
8. Paranormal Activity (2007)
Friday 31 October, ITV, 11.10pm
The original supernatural horror movie, made all the more-terrifying via the use of camcorders and security cameras.
9. Poltergeist (1982)
Friday 31 October, Channel 5, 11.55pm
With a screenplay co-written by Steven Spielberg, this film sees a family terrorised by a demonic presence in their own home.
10. Van Helsing (2004)
Friday 31 October, Film4, 9pm
Hugh Jackman (pictured) and Kate Beckinsale star in this take on the Count Dracula story.Reuse content