For anyone on the board who lived in the Los Angeles/Southern California area in the early 70s (or possibly late 60s): do you remember a Saturday afternoon horror show called Chiller? Chiller had no host, but is not to be confused with the East Coast's Chiller Theatre with the animated hand. Chiller in L.A. had just a weird backdrop/wall and an announcer's voice introducing horror films each weekend. I'm fairly certain it ran THE DISEMBODIED, and it also may have shown THE CRAWLING HAND, ATTACK OF THE MUSHROOM PEOPLE and THE HYPNOTIC EYE. I'm not sure, but I think it ran on one of the local independents, which would have been KTLA (Ch. 5), KHJ (Ch. 9), KTTV (Ch. 11) or KCOP (Ch. 13). The eerie wall and voice always got my attention and raised the hairs on the back of my neck, but my memories of the show are faint. It's not the same show as Fright Night with Seymour, who had his own "slimey wall." I saw Seymour many times and remember him fairly well. Chiller was definitely a different program. If it rings a bell with anyone, I'd be much obliged if you could post anything you recall about the years/time slot it ran; other films it aired; any details about the backdrop and voice; or which station it ran on. Thanks.