An intensely clever horror film is among the movies on TV tonight 3 months ago

An intensely clever horror film is among the movies on TV tonight

You'll find yourself spreading it amongst your friends. Appropriate, given the subject matter...

Ah, old Hallow's Eve, uh, Eve.


Another night of makeup melting off faces, throwing shapes on dancefloors with Darth Vader, and a woman dressed as Harley Quinn stealing your taxi after a night out.

But before you make yourself out into the night to celebrate the Bank Holiday tomorrow, why not throw on a spooky film on the telly during pre-drinks?

Here's JOE's top picks for the best movies on the small screen this Sunday (30 October).

The Addams Family - ITV2 - 7.15pm


The 2019 animated version.

Pitch Perfect 3 - E4 - 8pm

Return of the Sing.

It Follows - Horror Channel - 9pm


Our top pick for tonight is a no-brainer, as one of the best horror films of the past few years.

A woman contracts an STD... that is to say, a sexually transmitted demon.

No matter where you go, the demon will follow (hence the title), which leads to an intense feeling of dread and spookiness across the film.

We absolutely love this film, and can't stop telling people to watch it. Treat yourself, and get ready for a good fright night.


The Commuter - RTÉ One - 9.30pm

Liam Neeson stars in another action thriller for the over-50s.

Made of Honor - RTÉ Two - 9.30pm

Sydney Pollack's final on-screen appearance in this very 2000's romantic comedy.

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation - Film4 - 10pm


The sixth one, and an absolute blast at that.

Crank - ITV4 - 10pm

An absolutely insane Jason Statham film. If you haven't watched it, fix that immediately.

Rocks - Channel 4 - 10.15pm

A brilliant coming-of-age drama about growing up in Hackney. Watch out for a fantastic performance from Bukky Bakray.

Bite - Horror Channel - 11pm

You'll never trust an insect bite again. Not for the weak-stomached.

Halloween III: The Season of the Witch - Turner Classic Movies - 11pm

Just in time for the film's 40th anniversary.