Top Television Horror Movies of the 1970’s – Top Honors!

Top Television Horror Movies of the 1970’s – Top Honors!

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***Top Television Horror Movies of the 1970’s***
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So which films take the top honors as the best TV horror flicks of the 1970’s?top 1970's TV horror - small
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I’ve compiled results based upon my posts here on Parlor of Horror. Standing is directly related to Likes, Comments, and Views, I’ve gotten for the posts here. So without further fanfare, here are the Top TV Horror Movies of the 1970’s:
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10) The Norliss Tapes (1977) 16 likes, 1 comment
9) Dead of Night (1977) 16 likes, 7 comments
8) The Stone Tape (1972) 22 likes, 8 comments
7) The Night Stalker (1972)  19 likes, 12 comments
6) The Night Strangler (1973) 20 likes, 5 comments
5) The Gargoyles (1973) 21 likes, 11 comments
4) Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (1972) 22 likes
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3) Salem’s Lot (1979) – 22 likes, 10 comments

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2) Duel (1972) 23 likes, 10 comments
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and here it is folks, the Top, #1, Television Horror Movie of the 1970’s!!!
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Trilogy of Terror (1975)

26 likes, 17 comments

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Congrats to Karen Black, Dan Curtis and Richard Matheson for making Trilogy of Terror the Top TV Horror Film of the 1970’s!! As chosen by Parlor of Horror and their followers. And thanks to all of you for your likes and comments which helped make the choice!
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didn’t make the cut: Someone’s Watching, Curse of the Black Widow, Summer of Fear, The Stranger Within.
However, its not too late to get your vote in…

14 thoughts on “Top Television Horror Movies of the 1970’s – Top Honors!

      • You’re probably right. I want to say that the guy only wanted about $50 or so. I was kind of hoping that he’s drop the price a bit by Sunday.

        Alas, I don’t have one. But at least I don’t have to worry about the chain falling off. That little bugger is mean.

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