It wouldn’t be Halloween without Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. Starting this week, fans of the vamp queen (aka Cassandra Peterson who started out back in 1981 as the hostess of a local Hollywood horror movie show and then became nationally syndicated) can see ELVIRA’S Movie Macabre every Saturday at midnight on KDOC-TV, an independent TV station based in Orange County. The first classic horror movie featured is zombie thriller Night of the Living Dead.
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