Libraries and Librarians in Horror Movies

 Who would have thought that libraries and librarians would make such good subjects for horror films?!  How many of these have you seen?

The Horror of Dracula (1958)

Jonathan Harker, the Count’s new librarian makes it his missions to rid the world of Dracula’s evil…

Ghostbusters (1984)

The ghost of Eleanor Twitty is not a librarian to be meddled with!Library-Ghost-1

The Church (1989)

Instead of organising the book collection in a gothic cathedral, Ethan unleashes an ancient evil which possesses the librarian…

It (1990)

The town librarian is terrorized by a murderous, terrifying clown…

necronomiconNecronomicon (1993)

While researching in a monastery library, H. P. Lovecraft finds a  rare copy of The Necronomicon which can unleash a monster…

The Ninth Gate (1999)

A rare book dealer is on the hunt for a demon text which has the power to raise the devil…

The Mummy (1999)Evelyn-The-Mummy-rachel-weisz-24075005-1280-925

Evy Carnahan the adventureous librarian joins an expedition to find the ancient city of Hamunaptra where they inadvertantly awaken a Mummy…

TheOff-Season (2004)

A library assistant checks into a haunted hotel room and is plagued by ghosts of previously murdered guests…

Chainsaw Sally (2004)

Sally Diamon is an unassuming librarian by day, and a vengeful serial killer by night…

All About Evil (2010)

Another unassuming librarian with a murderous alter-ego… all about evil

Bad Kids Go to Hell (2012)

Six prep school kids from serve an all-day detention in the school’s haunted library….

2 thoughts on “Libraries and Librarians in Horror Movies

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