AXS TV PRESENTS CREEPY COUNTDOWNS CELEBRATING THE BEST “GHOULISH SONGS” ON THE TOP TEN REVEALED AND A DECADE’S WORTH OF CLASSIC HORROR MOVIES ON THE VERY VERY BEST OF THE 70S
Randy Jackson, Dee Snider, Sebastian Bach, Steven Adler, Nicole Alvarez and More Take a Look at Horrifying Hits on The Top Ten Revealed
The Very Very Best Of The 70s Highlights the Era’s Top Fright Flicks with Todd Bridges, Dee Wallace, Mindy Cohn & Barry Williams, Among Others
Los Angeles (September 4, 2019) – Lock your doors, bolt your windows, and settle in for a pair of creepy countdowns as a lethal lineup of entertainment icons celebrate Halloween with special episodes of The Top Ten Revealed on Sunday, October 27 at 8:30pE, and The Very Very Best Of The 70s on Thursday, October 31 at 8pE—only on AXS TV.
The frightful festivities begin on October 27, as host and executive producer Katie Daryl is joined by rock star panel of experts to scare up a sinister setlist of “Rockin’ Goulish Songs.” GRAMMY©-winning musician and beloved TV personality Randy Jackson, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, fan-favorite metal vocalist Sebastian Bach, Grand Funk Railroad and former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick and more count down Halloween favorites such as Michael Jackson’s horror epic “Thriller,” Ozzy Osbourne metal anthem “Bark At The Moon” and “Deadman’s Party” and the Oingo Boingo beloved 80s hit “Dead Man’s Party.”
Then, on Halloween night, The Very Very Best Of The 70s closes its second season with a celebration of the decade’s most iconic Horror Movies. Katie Daryl and guests such as comedy trailblazer George Wallace, Facts of Life star Mindy Cohn, Horror movie maven Dee Wallace, and Brady Bunch brother Barry Williams carve the beastly bevy down to a terrifying 10 as they share their thoughts on the big screen shockers that changed the genre forever. Highlights include groundbreaking Zombie epic Dawn Of The Dead, slasher favorite The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, iconic anthology film Tales From The Crypt, and many more.
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