Count Jackula takes you on a stalk through Lover’s Lane with his Top 10 Romantic Horror Movies.
Author: The Count Jackula Show
You know The Crow is a great example of Romantic Horror when your significant other has neither seen the movie nor read the graphic novel, yet manages to recreate one of the intimate moments from the flashbacks. <3
I wish my love life could be lucky. Whenever I try to tell her I love her, she always betrays me. But I can’t stop thinking about her! Jack, any advice?
Thanks for the awesome recommendations, Jackula! Normally me and the wife cling together on the couch and watch Takeshi Miike’s AUDITION, while she leers at me during the last forty minutes. Three year romance tradition. 😛
A Count Jackula, Horror Guru and Cinema Snob tag-team review of Tusk would be hilarious…
what is that from at the start of the show?? the nurse walking on all 4 sword blade style limbs????
Yo at 0:03 that robot hooker thing what movie is that from plz tell me
I’ll have to look for this. The young woman’s talk of everything being erotic reminds me of a story in one of Clive Barker’s Books of Blood.
7. Return of the Living Dead III
How is “Julie” significant? Have I missed something in your blogs, or a troupe?
Thank you! I loved this movie!
Interestingly, everyone I watched it with (I saw it several times when it came first came to video) either loved it or hated it. The people who loved it had read something from Clive Barker, though not the story it was based on. The people who hated it hadn’t read anything by him. Watching this movie made me feel like I was watching something done by Clive Barker, and that made it awesome.
2. The Crow
“Oh. Oh, some of you are like under 30, aren’t you?”
As someone 48, I often feel old compared to reviewers. Thank you for this. I feel like it’s OK now.
I hope you got to see it in the theater when it first came out.
I’m glad I committed. Also, that I caught up on some of my movie queue last week.
Surprised Spring didn’t make the list
loved that Behind the Mask and The Crow were on the list.
Does the phantom of the opera count as a romantic horror movie
Can anyone explain the significance of Julie in Return of the Living Dead 3?
Number one such a good fucking movie!!!
Damn that music from candyman ALWAYS gets me!
My Bloody Valentine and The Crow are my favorites. Speaking of which, you should do an Old Vs. New crossover with Nostalgia Critic on My Bloody Valentine. 🙂
thank you so much, this helped a lot, my soon to be husband is a romantic and i love horror movies
im scared loooll
as much as i love the crow, i have to ask,is it really considered a horror film? ive never viewed as that, dont get me wrong its awesome but i never saw any real elements of horror in it
I think the mummy deserves a spot on this list.
i meen 0:02
I love The Crow and I’m 22.
Bram Stoker’s Dracula is one of my guilty pleasure movies
It warms my heart to know that true romance isn’t dead…It’s un-dead.
For being a fairly small channel, your production quality is amazing. Keep it up.
Which movie is the one with the woman who has no skin?
Off topic of the video, but you seem like the type of person who would like the band ‘nurse with wound’.
Night of the Living Deb is a really silly romantic horror movie too if you want too!
I’m under thirty and when you said the crow, i said this isn’t number 1?
I suggested Let Us Prey to a friend who wanted to watch a romance with her boyfriend…. she looked at me like I’d lost my mind
The greatest romantic horror movie of all time = Hellraiser
the clip a 0:03 whats it from?
*gasp* No Lucky McKee’s “May”?! Count Jackula, how could you?! 😛
I really loved Let Us Prey. It has the best parts of John Carpenter’s early work.
Okay Jack how old are you because I refuse to believe you’re older than 29-30.
What about the romance between Johnny Bartlett and Patricia Ann Bradley from “The Frighteners”? Their romance is “Ghost” with a dash of “Natural Born Killers”
What the hell is that sword limb person at the beginning?
I was kind of expecting Warm Bodies to be on here. Not the most hardcore of horror films, but romantic.
I miss the Count Jackula show.