|USA Saturday Nightmares|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Original network||USA Network|
|Original release||1984 –|
USA Saturday Nightmares is an American horror and sci-fi movie showcase series that ran Saturday nights from 1984 to 1994 on the USA Network.
USA Saturday Nightmares was a host-less show consisting of a horror or sci-fi movie (usually a B movie) followed by an episode of The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Hitchhiker, and/or The Ray Bradbury Theater. Occasionally, the show would run a short film as filler afterward, most notably "The Dummy" and "Living Dolls".
One of the show’s intros featured various scenes from black and white horror films with a creepy voice over from Alan Kalter (of Late Show with David Letterman fame) who would welcome you with ominous laughter. This also included bumpers that featured scenes from B-horror films as well as scenes from old episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Another intro had the viewer going through a CGI haunted house where the paintings changed to depicted random acts of violence and horror film characters such as Dracula, Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, and Freddy Krueger.
Most movies shown also appeared on Commander USA's Groovie Movies and USA Sci-Fi Theater.