It's Halloween time and the Winchesters face-off against a shapeshifter with a penchant for impersonating classic movie monsters like Dracula, the Wolfman, and the Mummy.

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It's Halloween time and the Winchesters face-off against a shapeshifter with a penchant for impersonating classic movie monsters like Dracula, the Wolfman, and the Mummy.

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Trivia

Dean tells Sam, "So what, we got a vampire and a werewolf monster mashing this town?" He is referring to the 'graveyard smash' hit "Monster Mash" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett and the Crypt-kickers (1962). See more »

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When Sam gets to the suspect's house, he looks like he's picking the lock, but you can not pick a dead bolt. See more »

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Pizza Delivery Guy: Uh, pizza delivery?
Dracula: Ah, you have brought a repast. Excellent. Continue to be of such service, and your life will be spared.
Pizza Delivery Guy: Uh-huh. That'll be $15.50.
Dracula: Tell me...
Pizza Delivery Guy: Yeah?
Dracula: Is there garlic on this pizza?
Pizza Delivery Guy: I don't know. Did you order garlic?
Dracula: No!
Pizza Delivery Guy: Then no. Look, mister, I've got four other deliveries to make. You want to just pay me the money so I can go?
Dracula: Of course. Yes. But I have a coupon.
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The opening credits are done in classic "Monster Movie" style See more »

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References King Kong (1933) See more »

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Toccata and Fugue in D minor (BWV 565)
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Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
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22 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

From a joke stolen from The Simpsons to the tacky sets that look like they came off a 1930's Universal Studio monster film, this episode was a pleasant surprise in taking the typical Winchester storyline and turning it on its head as a classic monster movie.

The characterization of the sleepy Pennsylvania town (which looks like the backdrop for "Frankenstein") as a hotbed of supernatural activity surrounding an Oktoberfest celebration gives credence to the story that includes a poor Lugosi impersonation as Dracula, an unseen werewolf and a mummy that comes to life in the town's museum. Definitely a fun show that steps outside the series' sometimes overwrought seriousness.

Full disclosure: I am from that small town, Canonsburg, PA, and it does have an Oktoberfest, it's definitely steeped in 1950-70 architecture, it does not have a natural history museum and it does have a few people who look like they stepped out of a 1930's horror film. And it has a statue of hometown favorite Perry Como in front of the Borough Building.


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