Goth and Horror Pinball Games

Should you win the lottery and want to outfit your dungeon, library, goth clubhouse or basement with really cool dark pinball games, you have many interesting possibilities ahead.

This rare Monster Bash pinball game features artwork depicting Bride of Frankenstein, Frankenstein's monster, The Mummy, Dracula, Wolfman, and Creature From the Black Lagoon. It was made by Williams in 1998.

This Frankenstein pinball machine was based on the 1994 Mary Shelley's Frankenstein movie. The artwork on the cabinet looks amazing. Inside, the game mechanics include a creepy looking monster head.

This Addams Family pinball machine is just like the one I play at Shorty's in Seattle. The playing field is really cool, there are spooky sound effects, and the game mechanics are pretty fun. Unfortunately the game at Shorty's is often broken. That's why this one is so tempting to save up for and put in my downstairs media room!

This Stern Dracula pinball machine features werewolves, skulls, and coffins on the play field, but not Dracula's face. Dracula shows up on the sides of the cabinet and on the scoreboard. This machine was built in 1979 and has been refurbished.