Pluto TV Brings April Ghouls to Spring with a Spooky Schedule of Horror Movies
Pluto TV is bringing the spooky season to springtime with its April Ghouls lineup, featuring a marathon of classic horror movies and TV shows. The lineup includes the following:
- The Scream franchise (April 1-29)
- Saw franchise (April 2)
- An American Werewolf in London (April 6)
- Friday the 13th Part II (April 13)
- Vampire’s Kiss (April 14)
- Found-footage marathon (April 15)
- Dark Shadows-themed series (April 16-23)
Pluto TV is a free streaming service that offers a variety of channels, including a horror movie channel. The April Ghouls lineup is the perfect way to get your scare on this spring.
What to Watch
The Scream franchise is a must-see for any horror fan. The films follow a group of friends who are terrorized by a masked killer. The Saw franchise is another popular horror franchise that follows a group of people who are trapped in deadly traps. An American Werewolf in London is a classic werewolf movie that follows a man who is bitten by a werewolf and transforms into a monster. Friday the 13th Part II is a sequel to the classic slasher film Friday the 13th. Vampire’s Kiss is a cult classic horror movie that follows a man who becomes convinced that he is a vampire. The found-footage marathon features a variety of found-footage horror movies, including Cloverfield, Paranormal Activity, and Blair Witch Project. The Dark Shadows-themed series features a variety of Dark Shadows movies and TV shows, including Dark Shadows: The Vampire’s Curse, Master of Dark Shadows, and Dark Shadows and Beyond.
When to Watch
The April Ghouls lineup will be available on Pluto TV starting on April 1. The movies and TV shows will be available to stream on demand, so you can watch them at your convenience.
How to Watch
To watch Pluto TV, you can download the Pluto TV app on your Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, or Android TV. You can also watch Pluto TV on your computer at pluto.tv.
About Pluto TV
Pluto TV is a free streaming service that offers a variety of channels, including a horror movie channel. The service is available on a variety of devices, including Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. You can also watch Pluto TV on your computer at pluto.tv.
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