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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Melinda Sward ...
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Lucy (as Holly E. Dignard)
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Ed Brewer
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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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They address the names of Harker and Mina during the episode, but the female form the shape-shifter takes, Lucy, is also from the book Dracula. Lucy Westenra is Mina's best friend. See more »

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When Sam gets to the shapeshifter's house, he looks like he's picking the lock, but the lock on the door never turns. See more »

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Dean Winchester: I, uh, pulled it off during the fight. Look at the label on the ribbon.
Sam Winchester: It's a costume rental.
Dean Winchester: All three monsters - the Dracula, Wolf Man, and the Mummy - all the same critter, which means we need to catch this freak before he "Creature from the Black Lagoon's" somebody.
Jamie: So, you guys are like Mulder and Scully or something, and the X-Files are real?
Dean Winchester: No, "The X-Files" is a TV show. This is real.
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The opening credits are done in classic "Monster Movie" style See more »

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References The Phantom of the Opera (1925) 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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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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