Vampires, zombies, and Homer with a donut for a head - these are our favorite Simpsons Halloween episodes
The most famous turkey sandwich in TV history is largely responsible for why we love The Simpsons' second Halloween episode quite so much.
A very good Treehouse of Horror is elevated to an oustanding one thanks to Homer's donut-shaped deal with a certain neighborly take on Satan.
The best seventh instalment of a beloved franchise since "Rocky 7: Adrian's Revenge". Kang and Kodos' first full short in years steals the show.
The episode that started a spooky dynasty still stands the test of time. "The Raven" is the definitive version of Edgar Allan Poe's poem, and don't let anyone tell you different.
It may fall into post-Golden Era territory, but Homer and co's tenth Halloween outing is a hell of a good time. "I Know What You Diddily-Iddily-Did" is an all-time great short.
Has there ever been a greater piece of advice than "Do not touch - Willie"? No, no there hasn't. The Simpsons' spot-on Nightmare on Elm Street montage steals the show in this ace Halloween effort.
The best Treehouse of Horror. The love and care put into "The Shinning", with its litany of Kubrickian nods, puts this one over the top. If you don't adore this trio of Willie-offing tales, we owe you a coke.
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