Tonight's edition of the Turner Movie Channel's (TCM, Rogers 48) terrific month-long gay and lesbian film festival continues with an examination of Hollywood homophobia in horror movies.
8 pm THE UNINVITED (1944, dir: Lewis Allen,w/ Ray Milland, Ruth Hussey, Donald Crisp) The owner of a mysterious clinic becomes obsessed with the ghost of a former client.
10 pm THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (1945, dir: Albert Lewin, w/ Hurd Hatfield, Angela Lansbury, Donna Reed) From the Oscar Wilde novel, a vain aesthete remains young and handsome while his Technicolor portrait grows old in the closet.
Midnight VOODOO ISLAND (1957, dir: Reginald Le Borg, w/ Boris Karloff, Beverly Tyler, Elisha Cook, Jr) A scientist (Karloff) and his lesbo assistant fly to the tropics and encounter zombies.
1:30 am THE HAUNTING (1963, dir: Robert Wise, w/ Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Russ Tamblyn) Two neurotic psychics investigate a deadly haunted house. From the director of West Side Story and The Sound Of Music. (Letterbox)
3:30 am THE SEVENTH VICTIM (1943, dir: Mark Robson, w/ Kim Hunter, Tom Conway, Jean Brooks) A girl's search for her missing sister in New York puts her in conflict with a coven of lesbian satanists.
4:45 am THE LEOPARD MAN (1943, dir: Jacques Tourneur, w/ Dennis O'Keefe, Margo, Jean Brooks) A theatrical agent convinces a nightclub singer to incorporate a large black cat into her act with murderous results.