Which Classic Movie Monster Should You Dress Up As For Halloween?


The pumpkins are carved. Your second or possibly third replenished supply of Halloween candy is safely locked away in the pantry. Somebody (we don’t know who) snapped up all the nasty candy corn. Now what to do about a costume to take those little candy beards around the neighborhood? You have to look legit. Might as well go with the classics. The quiz below will help you to bring out your inner monster.

Disclaimer: Your results are based on unverified and flimsy unscientific speculation. Any recognizable personality traits to actual monsters – living or undead – is merely coincidental. No monsters were harmed in the writing of this post.

Monster Quiz

Do you stand an impressive eight feet tall or are you willing to wear platform shoes? Are you overly fond of the name Herman? Do you get a little hot under the collar when you see fire? You are:

Frankenstein’s Monster

Does your skin burn easily? Are you a night owl who finds morning people delicious? Is “I Love The Nightlife” by Alicia Bridges your favorite 70’s song? You are:


Do you shuffle around the house moaning until you’ve had that second cup of coffee? Has anyone remarked your breath could part the Nile? Is your space constantly invaded by archeologists? You are:

The Mummy

Have you ever had a botched medical procedure? Do you love a good wild updo hairstyle? Have you ever hissed and bared your teeth when your partner got too clingy? You are:

Bride of Frankenstein

Do you ever have the frantic urge to itch behind your ear with your foot? Have you ever been caught howling at the moon? Has anyone given you a gift certificate for a total manscape? You are:

The Werewolf



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