Halloween Binge 2019

 

 

The other day I met this man. A nice guy, you know? And we had a really good chat, sort of like this. Then I slit his throat and ripped his heart out through his chest. Does that make me a bad person?

Salvation – Meg to Pastor Jim

 

Mint Condition (Season 14 episode 4)

This episode is well done, referencing the Halloween films but calling it All Saints Day, which is the other name for Halloween. We see Dean nerding up and loving his fandom fix.

To get Dean out of his funk, Sam takes him along to investigate a case of an action figure coming to life and attacking a comic book store employee. (Synopsis)

 

 

ScoobyNatural (Season 13 episode 16)

This is a fun episode, to either begin a marathon with or end, depending on how scared you get. Check out our review of ScoobyNatural here.

After fighting a stuffed dinosaur, Sam and Dean are transported into a Scooby cartoon and soon realize that it’s haunted. (Synopsis) 

 

Baby (Season 11 episode 4)

This episode is all about that hero, the Impala. The episode is filmed from Baby’s point of view. Well written and thoughtful, it gives us a bit more insight into Baby.

Sam and Dean battle a part-vampire/part-ghoul creature that is trying to raise an army to fight the coming Darkness. Meanwhile, Sam receives another cryptic vision, and the Impala witnesses everything. (Synopsis)

 

 

Plush (Season 11 episode 7)

Moving into scary territory, this one is a go to episode.

A college student wearing a rabbit mask kills a man in Minnesota, and Sheriff Donna calls in Sam and Dean for help. They soon deal with the rabbit, but a harlequin and then a clown attack the local high school coach. Meanwhile, Dean finds Sam. (Synopsis)

 

Paint It Black (Season 10 episode 16)

With all the fan favourites, this one is scary, you’ll thank us later.

Sam and Dean investigate a string of suicides committed by people with little in common other than the identical, grisly method of death – slow, self-administered disembowlment. All of the victims were members of a Catholic church and had recently given confession, leading the brothers to suspect the priest is somehow involved. Meanwhile, when Crowley captures Olivette, the leader of the Grand Coven, Rowena pleads her case to be allowed to practice magic freely again. (Synopsis)

 

 

 

Salvation (Season 1 episode 21)

The scaries are here. Good episode from the first season, the first 5 seasons were undoubtedly dark and scary.

Sam has a vision of a family being attacked in the same manner as the attack on his mom, so he, Dean and John head off to Salvation, Iowa, to save this family and finally kill the demon using the Colt gun. However, Meg calls and lets the family know she is going to start killing their friends unless they return the gun. John meets Meg to deliver a fake gun, while the boys are left to deal with the demon. (Synopsis)

 

 

Ghostfacers (Season 3 episode 13)

The first episode that inspired a spinoff and other episodes.

Sam and Dean take a break from their usual gig to star in a gritty reality show called “Ghostfacers” which chronicles the pursuit of the paranormal. Ed Zeddmore and Harry Spengler have created a radically different and sometimes violent show full of profanity that takes them to the Morton Mansion, an abandoned estate which becomes one of the most haunted places in America one night each year. However, as their team begins to get picked off in grisly manners not fit for television, they realize they are in over their heads. (Synopsis)

 

 

#THINMAN (Season 9 episode 15)

We see the return of the Ghostfacer guys in this one.

Teenage girl is killed and the final selfie she took before the attack shows a ghostly figure in the background. Looking for something to keep them busy, Dean and Sam head to Washington to find the ghost. While the two interview the girl’s mother, Betty, they are surprised when she starts talking about cold spots and fritzing. When they ask her about bringing up paranormal signs, Betty replies that the “supernaturalists” who called earlier brought it up. Enter Harry and Ed, the famous supernaturalists. (Synopsis)

 

 

 

REPO MAN (SEASON 7, EPISODE 15)

Scary. This is one of those scary top episodes of Supernatural.

 
Four years ago, Sam and Dean helped a woman named Nora exorcise a demon that was systematically killing women in a small town. They managed to save the postal worker, Jeffrey, while vanquishing the demon but now it seems the black-eyed monster has reared his ugly head and returned for a second helping. The brothers visit Jeffrey, who has been locked in a psych ward since the incident, to see if he can remember any of the demon’s plans while he was possessed. (Synopsis)

 

 

ASYLUM (SEASON 1, EPISODE 10)

A gritty, Supernatural season 1 horror flick. This episode will give you the chills.

Sam and Dean investigate an abandoned sanitarium and discover that when the hospital was open, the patients held a revolt against the cruel and unusual punishments inflicted by the head doctor. While the brothers search the premises for four lost college students, the tortured spirits cause them to go insane, turning Dean against Sam. (Synopsis)

 

 

 

 

Bitten (Season 8 episode 4)

This story is a found footage story-line, back when handheld cameras had improved in leaps and bounds. Parts of the episodes were filmed on handheld cameras.

Sam and Dean investigate a bizarre murder in a college town. Close on the tail of their suspect, they bust into an apartment to find two dead bodies and a laptop cued up to some disturbing video footage. The footage begins with Brian, Mike and Kate hearing about an unusual animal attack in their town and the rest of the story is revealed through their eyes. Sam and Dean become unknowing participants in a unique student film. (Synopsis)

 

 

 

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