via @latimes: Why The Night Stalker, Gargoyles, The Stranger Within, Trilogy of Terror are just a few examples of the enduring, if largely unrecognized, legacy of the made-for-TV horror film genre

Film directors Bill Norton and Mick Garris and Movie of the Week expert Amanda Reyes were among those interviewed by the Los Angeles Times for their recent look at the ongoing appeal of the made-for-TV horror film genre. You can read the piece by clicking here.

You might recall that Emmy Award-winning director Joseph Dougherty joined us a while back for a roundtable discussion on the lost art of the made-for-TV movie. That conversation is available online as a digital download at

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