There's a long history of television shows playing dress up for Halloween. Sometimes that helps, to be sure, but it's not a hard and fast rule. With that in mind, we rounded up a stack of stories from throughout TV history to assemble a list of the spookiest, weirdest, and yes, downright terrifying hours and half-hours to ever hit the airwaves, from The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits to Supernatural and American Horror Story. Do you think mannequins are scary? Watch this Rod Serling masterpiece and you will. There is a bit of a farcical tone to this classic episode, but the way it takes the mundane and makes it unsettling is truly a remarkable thing to watch.
Murnau's Nosferatu, actually was a vampire. Schreck is a wonderful character, hissing and grunting his way through the filming of Nosferatu, bumping off cast members and crew alike in a wonderful dig at Hollywood attitudes, he constantly suggests eating the writer. Dafoe, slathered under layers of make-up, is having a whale - sorry, vale - of a time. Tim Curry has never been better as the Frankenstein knock-off who's really just a sweet transvestite from the transsexual planet Transylvania. Even smiling makes his face ache.
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Have you ever been in the situation where you have seen an extremely or unusually small person? Maybe you tried to be nice, but for sure, you are fighting yourself not to grin or laugh at them. A lot of jokes and memes were created about short people but having it with midgets are more funny and hilarious. Try not to laugh than at these memes and pictures about midget people. Happy birthday to my little friend.