Creepy Cars in Hollywood Roles

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When you think about Halloween season you may think about haunted hayrides, trick or treating, costume parties and horror movies. What you probably aren’t thinking about is the cars that make some seriously spooky appearances in those movies. These cars were all the perfect co-stars in these iconic Halloween-time movie night picks.

The Munsters, 1964


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An unforgettable friendly family of classic monsters living in the suburbs graced the televisions of America from 1964 to 1966. Along with them came their family vehicle affectionately known as Koach, which was made by combining three Ford Model T bodies!

The Car, 1977


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In this horror film, a small town in Utah is terrorized by a murderous black 1971 Lincoln Continental. The terror really sets in to the town when they realize that it’s a supernatural, evil car that is haunting them, not a human murderer whom they can catch and put behind bars. The vehicle in the movie is actually built on a Lincoln Mark III chassis and was created by Hollywood-famous automotive designer, George Barris. Barris is also known for building the Batmobile and custom cars for celebrities like Cher, Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley.

Christine, 1983


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What sets this 1958 Plymouth Fury apart isn’t just its starring role in a cult classic psychological thriller; before it was ordered in red for this film, the 1958 Fury was only available in beige. Can you imagine a beige supernatural car with homicidal tendencies?! Neither can we.

Jeepers Creepers, 2001


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This 2001 horror film follows two siblings who find themselves stranded, running for their lives in an isolated town far from home. An ancient creature called The Creeper who infamously follows them around in his 1941 Chevrolet COE, runs them off the road after they catch him disposing of bodies under a nearby church. According to IMDB, The original truck from the film is owned by a private collector in Maryland.