Love is (Un) Dead…

Love is in the air and what better way to celebrate than to take a trip down memory lane and revisit the best (in my humble opinion) Halloween Couples ever…

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Vlad Dracula and Mina Harker/Elisabeta

Dracula (1992)

The tag line for the movie was “Love never dies”…when you are a vampire i guess that actually is true…

love vlad and mina

Gomez and Morticia Addams

The Addams Family TV Series (1964-1966) Movie (1991)

Their passion for each other is evident in all the arm kissing…

love gomez and morticia

Herman and Lily Munster

The Munsters (1964-1966)

While more cute than sexy, The Munsters were devoted to each other in every way…

De Carlo & Gwynne As 'Munsters'

Miriam and John Blaylock

The Hunger (1983)

Vampire lovers Miriam and John are passionate about each other until the end (and John ends up in a box in the attic…)

love bowie deneuve

love the hunger

Jack and Sally

The Nightmare before Christmas (1993)

Perfect for each other in every way, The King of Halloweentown and his broken Dolly…

Dr Frankenstein and Inga

Young Frankenstein (1974)

After much hilarity, Inga finally gets Frankenstein to go for a Roll in Ze Hay…

Louis and Lestat

Interview with the Vampire (1994)

Louis is the peanut butter to Lestat’s Jam…

Ichabod Crane and Katrina Van Tassel

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

Despite being scared of everything that moves, not only does Ichabod save Katrina’s life, he falls in love with her ..

Chucky and Tiffany

The Bride of Chucky (1998)

These two pint sized serial killers are literally made for each other…

love chucky and tiffany

Edward Scissorhands and Kim Boggs

Edward Scissorhands (1990)

Kim sees beyond the dangerous implements attached to Edwards appendages and falls in love with the boy with a  heart of gold…

And Finally one of the most recognizable Halloween/Horror couples of all time:

Frankenstein and His Bride

Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

In true Gothic Romance fashion, their love is unrequited but no less powerful…

Happy Valentines Day Guys and Ghouls!

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4 thoughts on “Love is (Un) Dead…

  1. Ahem, Dracula came out in 1992, chicky;). That is one of my favorite all time movies. The opening sequence is one of the best things that ever happened in this world. Amazing!!

    • lol…uh oh maybe I should employ you as my fact checker…and its one of my fav movies too! LOVE IT… Gary Oldman is so amazing (isn’t he always?)…it’s so tragic and romantic…*sigh

  2. I looked it up only because I remember seeing it when I was little, when it first came out. Mwanted to make sure I wasn’t going crazy! And yes, the whole movie was fantastic, start to finish.

  3. There…date fixed…where the hell did I get 2006 from? also I noticed that most of the movies were from the 90’s….lol…I am dating myself I think hehe

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