Films I specifically remember first seeing on CHILLER included:
THE WOLF MAN
GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN
FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN
SON OF DRACULA
THE MUMMY'S GHOST
CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON
THE DEADLY MANTIS
THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN
THE MONOLITH MONSTERS
MONSTER ON THE CAMPUS
THE THING THAT COULDN'T DIE
(possibly also Hammer's CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF and PHANTOM OF THE OPERA ('62))
I don't recall whether CHILLER ran anything other than Universal stuff... I probably saw BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN, THE INVISIBLE MAN, the other MUMMY flicks on there, as well, but memories of them don't stick out as much, and there was plenty of non-Universal genre fare running on the other Boston channels at the time, particularly on Channel 56 (then WKBG, later WLVI, home of THE CREATURE DOUBLE FEATURE) and WSBK-38.
Anyway, I'd love to see the CHILLER intro again, though it's very likely the taped intro was junked long ago. Here's the music that was used-- some of Wendy Carlos' soundtrack from A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (which means the version of the show I watched aired no earlier than the first part of 1972), that a fan paired with the CHILLER logo here (presented in an endless loop):
This played over brief scenes from Universal classics from the 1930s-1950s, and I think they were given a solarized video effect to make them look even weirder. I was so young, and it was so long ago, that I've forgotten most of the specific scenes/shots --I'm sure Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, Wolf Man, The Mummy and the Gill-Man were all well-represented-- except for a couple... THE DEADLY MANTIS attacking a couple of cowering Eskimo stragglers in front of that kayak frame thing, and Lon Chaney, Jr's contorted face from the Inner Sanctum flick, DEAD MAN'S EYES (1944):
--I know there was a shot or two from TARANTULA, either when it was still in captivity, or the iconic shot of it looming on the desert road, or both:
I'm sure there was a voiceover announcer for each week's flick, but I seriously doubt it was hosted by an on-screen Zacherley, Ghoulardi or Sven type. I have no idea who it was, or if there's any surviving audio of it. The other vague memory I have was a regular station-break card that featured an illustration of a weird bat/trilobite thing on a flat black background. We had a b&w TV set back then, so I don't know what the color scheme was.
Of course, if you poke around the 'net, looking for info on Boston-area genre programming from that time, CHILLER is greatly overshadowed by reminisces of WLVI-56's (or, as I remember it, WKBG-56's) Toho-heavy CREATURE DOUBLE FEATURE (I think it was just known as "CREATURE FEATURE", or "SCIENCE FICTION THEATER", prior to my departure from New England in 1975) and the late-night, horror-hosted SIMON'S SANCTORUM (again, too late for toddler-aged me to see).
So, does anyone out there, living in the Boston area at the time, maybe a bit older than I, know the full roster of clips used in the CHILLER intro, or even the order in which they were presented? If so, perhaps that could provide a blueprint for a fan reconstruction on YouTube/DailyMotion/Vimeo/Veoh, or at least unlock some further buried memories.