Some of our favorite comedies are a total scream -- because they're also some of our favorite horror films. Here are some of the best horror comedies that pack plenty of LOLs, in between werewolf attacks and the "Zombie Kill of the Day."
'An American Werewolf in London' (1981)
"I will not be threatened by a walking meatloaf!" If our dead best friend appeared to us in such a gruesome way, and warned us that we have to kill ourselves before the next full moon, we might be a bit peevish as well!
'What We Do in the Shadows' (2015)
A vampire clan who actually aren't all that great at being vampires have us in stitches throughout this comedy. It's from "Flight of the Conchords" funny man Jermaine Clement.
'Shaun of the Dead' (2004)
A clueless clerk, who just wants to hang out at the pub with his mates, instead finds himself battling the walking dead in this Edgar Wright film that set a new standard for horror comedies.
'Army of Darkness' (1993)
The third "Evil Dead" film is the zaniest and most slapsticky of them all. In this cult favorite, Ash (Bruce Campbell) goes back in time to battle an army of the undead and his own evil doppelganger. Not to mention flubbing an important magical phrase. D'oh!
Two handymen, a graduate student, and a married pair of gonzo survivalists must save a small town from underground monsters in this hilarious film we'll rewatch any damn time. (Pardon our French.)
'The Lost Boys' (1987)
If it weren't for the Frog Brothers' comic-book shenanigans, this '80s classic would be a straight-up horror film about vampires taking over a coastal town.
'Fright Night' (1985)
Roddy McDowall steals the show as aging horror film star Peter Vincent, who discovers vampires really do exist in this '80s favorite. And fledgling vamp Evil Ed is good for some laughs.
'Fright Night' (2011)
In this underrated remake, David Tennant puts a hilarious Kriss Angel spin on "vampire expert" Peter Vincent. If you've longed to see the former Doctor Who as a bad Vegas Goth magician, you've gotta see this.
In this very funny (and very underrated) New Zealand comedy, a woman is forced to move back into her mother's house under house arrest -- and that house just happens to be haunted.
'The Final Girls' (2015)
A girl (Taissa Farmiga) and her friends are sucked into the campy '80s horror film that starred her late mother. Now, they've got to stay one step ahead of a homicidal maniac that is in the vein of Jason. It's both a loving homage to and clever send-up of summer camp slasher movies.
'Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil' (2010)
'Dead Alive' (1992)
Dubbed "The Goriest Movie of All Time," this early Peter Jackson horror romp features slapstick and lots and lots of ooky gooky gore. Known as "Braindead" in New Zealand, it's about a man who must battle a horde of zombies -- including his own mother!
These cute critters are actually vicious killers? The horror! After humans foolishly ignore the rules of taking care of these adorable little guys, all mayhem breaks loose.
'The Monster Squad' (1987)
Its kids vs. monsters in this genre mash-up that's kind of like "The Goonies" taking on every classic movie monster ever. #WolfmansGotNards.