Today we’re stirring up some Creepy Retro Cat Tales and Bewitching Treats for you!
First on the list of Frightful Feline Films is one of our favorites:
The enchanting 1958 movie Bell, Book and Candle. It’s a little Halloween, a little Christmas, and a whole lot of fun. What more could we ask for? Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak bring their magic to the screen, but it’s the delightfully purry Pyewacket who is the real star of the show. No spoiler alerts here. Just be sure to add this to your must-watch (or re-watch) list. Fun Fact: TV’s Bewitched was inspired by this Broadway-hit-turned-movie.
Here are a few more feline frights we dug up for you:
The Black Cat 1934
Karloff and Lugosi star in this adaptation of an Edgar Allan Poe short story
The Cat People 1942
More panther than house cat, but worth a watch
Tales of Terror, The Black Cat 1962
A whopping 152 black cats lined up to audition for a starring role in this Poe trilogy
The Tomb of Ligeia 1964
Vincent Price brings another catty Poe story to life.
Cat Women Of The Moon 1954
No house cats here, either, but it checks the all the campy sci-fi boxes
Now here’s a Halloween treat for you. We think it’s the cat’s meow, and hope you will, too.
Use these boo-tiful labels, inspired by Bell, Book and Candle and Bewitched, to cast a spell on Halloween night. Download the file here and print on your choice of paper. Trim and affix to your bottles of brews, potions and elixirs. Happy Haunting!
To download these fun Halloween labels click the button below: