Terrifying TV Anthologies
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955) The master of suspense took his skills for scares and his taste for macabre humor to television with this spectacular series. Seasons two and three are now streaming, and boast cryptic narratives of murder, mystery, and mayhem. Though nearly 60 years old, these twisted tales still pack a sickening punch.

The Twilight Zone (1959) Rod Serling gave the anthology genre his own heady spin with this celebrated series that scared viewers with science-fiction and fantasy stories of malevolent machines, abandoned astronauts, a forgetful killer, and a selfish bookworm. With 138 episodes now streaming, you can keep the chills coming well into Christmas. Just pace yourself.

Amazing Stories (1985) For something less menacing, dive into the Steven Spielberg-produced series that offers tales horror, fantasy and science fiction, featuring ghosts, monsters, extraterrestrials and more from directors like Joe Dante, Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorsese, Robert Zemeckis, and Brad Bird.

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