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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Jamie
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Lucy (as Holly E. Dignard)
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Ed Brewer
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Sheriff Deitrich
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Security Guard
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Anne Marie
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Jason Poulsen ...
Rick Deacon
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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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16 October 2008 (USA)  »

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This episode was filmed in black and white as an homage to classic 'monster movies'. See more »

Quotes

Sam Winchester: [tries to tear out Ed's ear] It's supposed to come off.
Ed Brewer: No, it's not!
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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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Americana
Written by Jay Gruska
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A high water mark
5 August 2013 | by (Portland, OR) – See all my reviews

Brilliant nods to detective and noir genres, let alone monster movies. Full of smart and witty humor, great acting, and self-aware meta-fiction that isn't cloying or brash. Takes an interesting and risk gamble on the plot/premise and pays off handsomely. I'm not a die-hard fan of the series, this one stands alone fairly well and is one of the top 20 must- watch episodes of television ever, in my opinion, just as a work of art if nothing else. That said, it's also genuinely funny and the lead character Dean isn't as eye-rolling dorky-Cassanova as he tends to be in other episodes. His womanizing is, well, let's just say he's kind of cute and earnest this time around.


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