Silent horror movie star Lon Chaney wore this top hat in which famous 'lost' film from the 1920s?
Chaney wore the hat in London After Midnight, a classic silent film directed by Todd Browning which has become iconic, despite the fact that the last copy of the film was destroyed in a fire in 1967.
Here's a classic 80s horror hairstyle – but who wore this wig, and in which movie?
The striking blonde mullet wig was worn by Kiefer Sutherland as David, head of the teenage vampire gang in The Lost Boys.
It's the perfect blood-splattered ensemble for dealing with the undead – but in which zombie movie does this outfit appear?
This outfit – which has some red on it – was worn by Simon Pegg in the modern classic "zom-rom-com" Sean of the Dead.
This frightening three-wheeler belongs to a creepy kid in which film?
Damien, what have we told you about riding your trike near the stairs? Now put it away, or there'll be hell to pay...
Reading this incantation with your dying breath will help you get rid of...?
It's a page from the Necronomicon – the book that raises the Evil Dead. Fortunately for our hero Ash, this incantation opens a portal to rid the world of Deadites. Unfortunately, it also sucks him back to the middle ages to face an Army of Darkness...
This grinning ghoul scared the hell of out of audiences in...?
He's one of the Nazi Stormtrooper demons from the horrifying dream sequence in An American Werewolf in London.
Which of these classic Universal monster movies boasts the rarest, most valuable poster?
The most valuable movie poster of the trio belongs to the 1931 Bela Lugosi classic Dracula. Just 2 examples of the original poster are known to exist, and back in 1999 one of those sold at Heritage Auctions for $525,800.
In which classic slasher movie does this severed head pop up?
It's the head of Pamela Voorhees, Jason's slightly overprotective mother in the original Friday the 13th.
Which charming psychopath dressed to kill in this jacket?
This jacket was worn by Jack Nicholson in The Shining – although he probably should had picked something a little warmer...
This house could be the ultimate piece of horror movie memorabilia – but which monster originally called it home?
The house in Los Angeles appeared on-screen as the former home of sharp-fingered Freddy Krueger in the Nightmare on Elm Street series.
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