Six Spooky Covers for Spooky Couples

Six Spooky Covers for Spooky Couples by Dylanna Fisher.

“The villains were always ugly in books and movies. Necessarily so, it seemed. Because if they were attractive—if their looks matched their charm and their cunning—they wouldn’t only be dangerous.


They would be irresistible.”

Nenia Campbell, Horrorscape

Fall leaves and skulls aren’t the only thing in the air during Halloween. There’s also a spooky sense of love in the air. From walking along leaf-covered cobblestone to drinking warm lattes inspired by Victor Frankenstein, to cuddling together in the dark watching the ever classic Jamie Lee Curtis.

It’s not hard to find love and romance in the scariest time of the year. There’s something magical about watching horror movies with loved ones, and cuddling while watching the screams and gore on the big screen.

Add in the Horror flick couples we see every year such as Sally and Jack, Victor and Emily, Barbara and Adam Maitland, Ed and Lorraine Warren, and of course, Morticia and Gomez Addams.

Here are six horrifying romantic songs to swoon to throughout the Halloween holidays.

#1 “You’re so Dark” by Chelsea Gilbert, originally by The Arctic Monkeys

#2 “I’m in Love With a Monster” By Blue. D, originally by Fifth Harmony

#3 “Spooky” By Alastair Grundy, originally by Dusty Springfield

#4 “If I was your Vampire” by Jesse Haines, originally by Marilyn Manson

#5 “Skull Crusher Mountain” by Eric Purdin, Originally by Jonathan Coulton

#6 “I put a Spell on You” by Sarah Sales, originally by Annie Lennox

Tag Switching Styles and your loves with your favorite spooky love song from “Six Spooky Covers for Spooky Couples”!!

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