'L'alba dei Morti Viventi'
The Italian rockers' song scares you, even as it lumbers along at a zombie's pace.
Noted composer Danny Elfman, who you'll see a lot on this list, was also in this quirky band.
A great, but unfortunately overplayed song. Now, even the slowest of zombies run away when they hear it.
Ozzy? Hellraiser? Nah. Let's be honest: We've all peed on the Alamo or bitten a bat's head off.
'Casper, the Friendly Ghost'
A mean ghost, we can relate to, but a friendly ghost? What's he up to? Isn't that more scary?
If James Hetfield really did sing to his kids like that at night, they'd never get out of therapy.
'The Headless Horseman'
Bing's such a smooth talker that he can even cast the Headless Horseman as a likable guy.
Why is it that he only appears if you say his name into a mirror five times? I mean why not three? Seems more efficient ...
These musical Big Band historians blend pre-rock genres while warning of karma's long arm.
'Rite of Twilight (Twilight Zone Theme)'
Founder Chip Davis fuses classical music with electric bass and keyboards -- an idea so perverse and bizarre it could have only come from ...
Rob's gotta be a wrestling fan, cause he just stole "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's catchphrase.
Rob Zombie's retro-minded pals prove rock was scary even before distortion came along.
'Season of the Witch'
'Buffy the Vampire (Theme)'
Catchy tune, great show, but these guys are doomed to walk under a cursed moon ever since they messed with noted good guy Sammy Hagar.
The Pumpkin King's tired of his own holiday; those year-round Christmas store clerks can probably relate!
'Fear of the Dark'
These guys are so bada-- they have a murderous, time-traveling, immortal zombie as their mascot.
'Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)'
Manson takes on the Eurythmics' New Wave hit and turns it into a hard-rocking, mentally disturbing track.
'The Munsters Theme'
Four luchador mask-wearing retro-instrumental stars scare up their version of the classic TV theme.
'The Boogie Man Is Coming'
As classes end on Halloween Day, seemingly innocent schoolyard chants foreshadow true evil.
'Bad Moon Rising'
We trust John Fogerty implicitly, so we believe his lunar warnings, but this song makes it all sound like too much fun. How can we not go outside?