1. Being Human
A vampire (Mitchell), a werewolf (George) and a ghost (Annie) share a flat. This currently is the show I look forward to the most every week. It airs on BBC America. I have a bit of a crush on George (when he's in human form, not when he's a gross hairy werewolf) and I adore the quirky way that Annie continually makes unsolicited and unnecessary cups of tea, piling them up around the apartment.
2. Coffin Cafe
A social network for lovers of Twilight, Vampire Diaries, True Blood, Charmed, and other supernatural films and TV shows.
3. The Addams Family
The classic black-and-white TV show. I can't believe they aired something this weird and macabre in the 1960s! That is so cool.
4. Dark Shadows
For a show that has such a rabid fan base, it's interesting that there aren't very many high quality fan sites that are still updated in 2010. I wonder if that will improve as we get closer to Tim Burton beginning filming his Dark Shadows movie.
5. The Dead Zone
I preferred the Christopher Walken movie, but Anthony Michael Hall did a good job.
6. Forever Knight
Anybody here remember this show?
I've never actually seen Gormenghast, though I own the DVD. My best friend's cat is named Steerpike, and I had totally no inkling where that name came from! Now that I realize this stars a youthful Johnathan Rhys-Meyers, I might go put the DVD in right this minute!
8. American Gothic
Whoah, I hadn't realized that 1970s heartthrob Shaun Cassidy produced this horror TV series.
9. Kindred: The Embraced
I wasn't really into this show, but I had so many goth friends and acquaintances who were semi-obsessed with it. Since they talked about it non-stop, it was almost as if I had seen every episode myself.
I feel dumb, I had never heard of this show until about two years ago. You'd think in all my research and wanderings on the Net I would have heard about it long before then. The show is about a vampire who works as a private investigator.
11. The Munsters
Another weird 1960s
12. The Outer Limits
I actually never had all that many links to this, one of my favorite TV shows to watch late at night or early in the morning.
13. Poltergeist: The Legacy
This was a truly bad show, but it had tons of fans back in the day. I spent a lot of time adding and removing Geocities fan pages when they got created and then melted down or got abandoned. The Legacyweb site has been going strong since 1996 - now that's dedication!
--Carrie Carolin (who never got around to adding Dexter links before Darklinks got shut down!)