What we're watching: Time to get into the spooky spirit again; we'll have one or two scary picks each day from now through Halloween, along with a regular program pick. Unfortunately, "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" was on last night and hasn't yet been remastered in high-def! I'm sure the kids didn't mind.
If you're quick enough with your browser or RSS reader, you can watch "The Colossus of New York" right now, well 2:30 p.m. to be exact. The 1958 horror flick is on Monsters-HD in 1080i. Where else can you see a scientist's brain kept alive in a vat? Another plot-thin, but special-effect filled pick is "Scanners" at 8:30 p.m., also in 1080i on Monsters-HD. I don't recognize any of the actors from this 1981 movie, but it's a horror flick, c'mon!
For those that can't take the scariness, tune in to Fox at 8 p.m. for Game 4 of the World Series in 720p. Oh wait a second; if you're a Houston fan, you'll likely be scared of this one too. Sorry 'stros!
After the jump is our traditional listing of HD programs throughout the night.
Here are some other HDTV programs showing on selected networks today. All times are Eastern:
ABC (720p): George Lopez (8 p.m.), Freddie (8:30 p.m.), Lost (9 p.m.), Invasion (10 p.m.)
CBS (1080i): Still Standing (8 p.m.), Yes, Dear (8:30 p.m.), Criminal Minds (9 p.m.), CSI: NY (10 p.m.), The Late Show with David Letterman (11:35 p.m.)
NBC (1080i): E-Ring (8 p.m.), Law & Order (10 p.m.), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (11:35 p.m.)
Fox (720p): World Series, Game 4: White Sox at Astros (8 p.m.)
UPN (1080i): Veronica Mars (9 p.m.)
WB (1080i): One Tree Hill (8 p.m.), Related (9 p.m.)
HDNet (1080i): Blind Justice (8 p.m.), Boomtown (9 p.m.), The Agency (10 p.m.)