Trying to get into the Halloween spirit? Dance along to our list of creepy hits:
1.) Thriller, Michael Jackson
We had to start the list with one of our favorite classics: Michael Jackson's Thriller. The song's album was originally supposed to be released in 1982, but it didn't officially come out until the next year. It was MTV's first world premiere video. And it was a lonnnnngggg one — 13 minutes!
2.) Ghostbusters, Ray Parker
Who ya gonna call? Thinking about being a ghost this Halloween?! Make sure you rock out to Ghostbusters. You will get spooked into gear with this classic.
3.) Beetlejuice theme song
Say Beetlejuice three times and you might end up summoning some crazy guy from the underworld who'll help you scare people.
4.) Addams Family theme song
This is not your typical American family but a perfect one for Halloween. You may know the introduction to this song by heart as it has been a staple at sporting events.
5.) Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
Shaggy and Scooby are an unlikely duo to take on bad guys. Scooby Doo, Where Are You? is based on the Hanna-Barbera Saturday morning cartoon series, Scooby-Doo. The popular show was created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears, and premiered on CBS in September 1969.
6.) This Is Halloween from Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas
It's Halloween meets Christmas. And Tim Burton outdid himself with this classic. The Nightmare Before Christmas focuses on the character Jack Skellington, who is a being from Halloween town who tries to reinvent the holiday.
7.) Tales from the Cryptkeeper theme song
Eek! Make sure you listen to the whole song. You don't want to miss the scary laugh at the end of it!
8.) Werewolves of London, Warren Zevon
Let your inner howl out!
9.) Magic Dance, David Bowie
We just have to ask which magic spell we should use: slime and snails or puppy dogs' tails?
10.) Time Warp, The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Who knew a musical comedy featuring a self-proclaimed transvestite from Transylvania and starring Susan Sarandon would develop such a cult following? Now, step to the left because we are exiting to the right.