Bart Simpson's Dracula
Treehouse of Horror IV
I am currently reading through Bram Stoker's novel and have recently watched the Gary Oldman Dracula, so I now have a newfound appreciation for this parody (it also has hints of Salem's Lot, another favorite of mine).
The Simpsons watch a news segment about blood-drained victims with obvious signs pointing to vampirism, but nobody except Lisa seems to notice. The family is then invited to Mr. Burn's castle in Pennsylvania, and once they arrive Burns exhibits even more signs of being undead (his shadow moves on its own, serving the family blood instead of wine, etc.)
Bart and Lisa explore the castle and discover a horde of vampires in Burn's secret lair, and Bart is bitten by Burns himself, turning him into a vampire. When Bart attempts to attack Lisa that evening, Homer and the kids go back to Burn's mansion to kill him, believing him to be the head vampire.
This ends up not being the case, and the whole family turns out to be vampires (with Marge as the head). Just as the family bears down on Lisa, they stop, wish everyone a Happy Halloween, and being singing Hark, The Herald Angels Sing in a parody of A Charlie Brown Christmas.
Grampa: *runs into the room with a hammer and a wooden stake* Quick! We have to kill the boy!
Marge: How'd you know he was a vampire?
Grampa: He's a vampire? AHHH!
Bart outruns a horde of vampires up a spiral staircase, and upon reaching the top notices a lever that says "Super Happy Fun Slide". He says "I know I shouldn't... But when am I going to be back here again?" He then pulls it and slides down, right back into the clutches of the vampires.
The Terror of Tiny Toon
Treehouse of Horror IX
This segement is not really based off any horror films (as far as I can tell) rather it is parodying the Tiny Toons cartoon. Bart and Lisa are forbidden to watch the Halloween special of Itchy and Scratchy by Marge. Cleverly using plutonium, Bart and Lisa enter the cartoon, however the antics prove themselves to be all too real as the violent characters turn on the kids. Itchy and Scratchy follow them by breaking through the glass of the set but find themselves forcefully adapted to new lives as unhappy pets.
*Marge sees Homer wearing tattered clothes and eating out of a can*
Marge: Oh, Homer, you’re not going as a hobo again?
Homer: *chews* Going where?
Best Scene: Bart hammering plutonium he found in Homer’s “Tulebox” into the TV remote to replace the batteries Marge took.
(For your viewing pleasure)
Send In The Clones
Treehouse of Horror XIII
Marge gives Homer a list of chores, but all he wants to do is lay around in his hammock, which ends up breaking. Fortunately, a hammock salesman just happens to be walking by and sells Homer a "magic" hammock. Homer tries to jump in but spins back out with a clone of himself. He then uses this to his advantage, forcing the clones to do things he doesn't want to do (go shopping with Marge, visiting Grandpa in the Retirement Castle, etc.)
Later, Ned drops by and asks Homer if he can borrow the chainsaw Homer stole from him. A clone holds up the chainsaw, points to Ned, and Homer nods. The clone later shows back up with Ned's disembodied head, and Homer decides it's time to dispose of the clones. He dumps them and the hammock off in a cornfield, but the clones use it to make even more copies of themselves, and cause havoc in Springfield.
The family gathers in the Mayor's war room where Lisa comes up with the idea to suspend large donuts over Springfield gorge and have the clones fall into it after seeing Homer get upset because they were out of donuts. The plan is put into action and the clones all fall to their deaths. Later that evening Homer and Marge are laying in bed when Marge discovers that it's really another Homer clone, who explains to her that the real Homer was the first one to fall into the gorge.
*Three Homer clones confront Homer*
Homer: Ha! It would take at least three clone Homers to defeat the real one.
Clones: Hmm... *all thinking together*
Homer: Ah! I mean four!
Homer drives the clones out to a cornfield and asks if any of them remembers how to do get home. One raises his hand and says "I do." and is promptly shot by Homer. Homer asks again, another clone raises his hand and is shot as well. Homer asks one more time, and sure enough another clone raises his hand and is put down. Homer dumps them out of the back of the truck and throws away the hammock. The clones use the hammock and create dozens of themselves, including a Tracy Ullman Homer, Homer from the episode "King Size Homer", and Peter Griffin from Family Guy.