- Blood of Dracula is a Blackletter/Old English style font, but with drips along the bottom.
- BloodFeast is an all caps font (appears neatly handwritten) with little drops of blood all around.
- Bloodgutter 99 is a light or thin sans serif font with gentle drips.
- Bloody is a handwritten all caps font with little drips from the letters.
- Double Feature is reminiscent of old classic horror movies (probably the reason for the name). It's an all caps font with a few differences between the upper and lowercase versions.
- Manson Nights has distressed bold characters that look shredded or bleeding.
- Rocky is inspired by the lettering from the cult favorite The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
- Shlop appears to be a condensed sans serif font that's been melted.
Also see the free flaming fonts to put a little sizzle in your Halloween message.
And here are some Dripping Blood Letters. These are Web graphics, not a digital font. Includes some punctuation.
Not bloody at all and not specifically Halloween fonts, you might want to use some of these Free Harry Potter Fonts for a magical Halloween project.
Find Scary Fonts from Monotype (Buy Direct)
Also See DIY Halloween for templates, color suggestions, and tips for your print projects.
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