...so I'll just tell you. The Maze (1953) features a creepy old castle. I'm a sucker for old movies featuring creepy old castles. This castle is in Scotland. The eponymous maze is part of the gardens and looks a lot like this one.
The family that has lived in the castle for generations has a terrible secret. Many old families like this have a terrible secret, but this family's secret is goofy as well. I will not reveal the nature of this secret; if you want to know it, watch the movie. (You could always fast forward to near the end.)
One Step Beyond was a supernatural TV show running from 1959-1961. I don't remember ever seeing it; perhaps it wasn't rerun the way Twilight Zone was. (My parents wouldn't let me watch TZ when I was young. So they would've forbidden something as intense as OSB as well.)
Friends had suggested I watch Breaking Bad, since it was filmed in NM. I put it in my Instant Queue, forgot about it, and remembered it last weekend. I like it. It's really dark humor. For instance, in the second episode the main character has to choose between killing a drug dealer in cold blood or letting the guy go and risking his family's lives. A lighter comedy would have him suffer moral pangs, abhorrence, and fear, but save him from making the decision by employing a goofy, unlikely accident to kill the drug dealer. But BB doesn't coddle its characters. It also does include bits of pretty NM scenery.