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The Nightmare Before Christmas

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What's this? What's this? A necklace made of skulls?!

Sally would so approve of this knit's visible stitches.

This IS Halloween.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

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These are his friends—see how they glisten?

A fashion-forward version of Mrs. Lovett's signature floor-sweeping skirt.

Just the thing to complete your darkly Victorian ensemble—not to mention to protect that neck of yours.

Edward Scissorhands

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Snip, snip.

Of course Dame Viv nailed Edward's multi-buckle boots.

Want to take a stab (ha!) at one of the protagonist's famous hairstyles? A slick of this stuff ought to do it.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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Seems Nicolas Ghesquière and Willy Wonka are on the same page when it comes to eyewear.

Mmm.

Wonka wouldn't be Wonka without his signature purple blazer.

Beetlejuice

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All the zaniness of Beetlejuice's signature slacks—minus, of course, the creepiness.

Who wouldn't want a pair of critters crawling on their earlobes?

The perfect shade to help you recreate a Beetlejuice-style smoky eye.

Big Fish

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Tons of yellow flowers. 'Nuff said.

Not to take the film's title too literally, but how awesome are these?

Demurely-dressed Sandra Bloom would adore this retro-style skirt.

Dark Shadows

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Michelle Pfeiffer's chic matriarch would so wear this Gothic-tinged cross necklace.

Strikingly similar to the cape that Victoria Winters (Josette?) wears on her first day as governess at Collinwood.

Bow blouses: that perfect mix of Victorian and '70s.