Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, a mock horror film, is the ultimate war on food. When life-size tomatoes attack an unsuspecting town, the city streets will run red with... ketchup?
It doesn’t get any more classic than The Witch Who Turned Pink. With singing jack-o-lanterns, talking owls, and outdated animation, this amazing cartoon has it all. We especially love the scene when Jennifer the witch is trying to turn herself green again with the help of a food-filled spell.
In the Disney version of the terrifying story of the Headless Horseman, Ichabod Crane must overcome his fears to protect the woman he loves. Though old Ichabod may not be the bravest of men, we do know that the way to his heart is through his stomach. He certainly isn’t shameful when it comes to taking advantage of all his students’ parents by eating their tasty dinners when offered.
Watch Poltergeist just once and you will never late-night snack again. When a raw steak comes alive, crawls across your counter, and somehow manages to vomit up its own insides, you’ll consider veganism before you can say boo!
When the Sanderson sisters are brought back to life by virginal Max lighting the black-flamed candle, havoc is wreaked across Salem. But not without a few laughs and food scenes along the way. Who could forget the embarrassing scene when Max’s little sister Dani calls her brother out at his crush’s house over a "jackpot" of candy? Or when Mary thinks a Clark Bar is the finger of a man named Clark?
We probably don’t need to re-hash the details of this Halloween special. After all, it is as iconic as the holiday itself — from the gang trick-or-treating to Linus and Sally spending the whole night in a pumpkin patch waiting for The Great Pumpkin, this Halloween special is one we’ll remember forever.