Can you name these classic horror movies with only their original posters as a clue?

Vampires and monsters and ghouls, oh my!

It's that time of year when people make lists of spooky movies they have to watch leading up to Halloween. Some go for new releases and modern horror flicks, opting for the latest It movie or the latest in The Conjuring franchise. Before these media sensations, however, there were a slew of freaky films that audiences loved to be spooked by.

These classic movies still hold a special place in many a top 10 list for best horror films ever made, but today we're giving them their own spotlight. Names like Bela Lugosi and Lon Chaney (junior or senior) would immediately send chills down your spine, and you would know that you were in for a good spook! But who were these timeless monsters? Did you catch them on the silver screen?

In other words, can you name these classic horror movies with only their original posters as a clue? See if you can I.D. the titles of each and get in the Halloween spirit! 

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  1. This Transylvanian terror is one of the original one-name wonders. Move over Madonna – this star has some bite!
  2. Watching this movie may get you all wrapped up in suspense! What is the name of this 1932 film?
  3. This 1935 science-horror film is a sequel, bringing "new life" to a classic story.
  4. This 1925 movie is based on a book, but has been adapted into multiple films and two musicals.
  5. The Amazon is the perfect spot for an archeological dig, until your digging grabs the attention of a creature lurking below the waterline.
  6. He started out as a disruptive inn guest, and turned into the terror of Sussex.
  7. All he wanted was to say goodbye to his father, but Larry Talbot can't seem to get out of hairy situations as he tries to navigate a little town in Wales.
  8. This 1958 film stars a creature that knows no boundaries at it terrorizes a small Pennsylvania town.
  9. A common misconception; this classic movie is named after the mad scientist, not the monster, in the film!
  10. This monster classic is an adaptation of a story you know. However, the adaptation was made without authorization, causing the writers to change the name of the film and the main character.

Can you name these classic horror movies with only their original posters as a clue?

Your Result...

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Countrygirl 17 days ago
10put of 10 love the old movies
BigDon 18 days ago
Bride of Frankenstein is my all time favorite. Try watching it and then Young Frankenstein right after. Hilarious.
BigE 18 days ago
10 of 10. Spent many a Friday night watching Creature Feature,
MackKillingsworth 3 months ago
got all ten correct..i love the classics
JERRY6 5 months ago
8 of 10 i'm a classic horror pro
Jeffrey 6 months ago
sven - can you get nosferatu?
Jltitus89 7 months ago
10 out of 10. Not too shabby for someone who wasn't born until the 70's LOL
WittyHandle 9 months ago
I got 10/10. but the result says 8/10. WTF?
Kim 10 months ago
10/10 Love those horror classics!
MarkGable 10 months ago
Oh yes 10 of 10. I would have been very disappointed if I missed any since Sci-Fi and horror movies are my favorites.
Tresix 10 months ago
10/10. If there's anything that I DO know, it's the horror genre!
AEDC49 10 months ago
10/10 "The Blob" was filmed & wrapped in spring 1957 and was made by an Independent! Jack H. Harris Produced & Irvin Yeaworth Directed! They also made "The 4D Man" a year later with Robert Lansing, Lee Meriwether in first role & a Young Patty Duke! Two Independent Classics Both in Color from the late 50's! That were held up from release for over a year each! but were filmed over a year before actual release! I think "The 4DMan" was originally in 3D too!
francolaguna1 AEDC49 26 days ago
IMPRESSIVE 👍
RickBox 10 months ago
Question 8 should be "AS IT terrorizes," not "AT IT terrorizes..."
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