Just like vampires, stocks can also come back from the dead. Sometimes they're even transformed into stronger and faster versions of their old selves – again just like vampires.
Of course, other times they just lie there.
Following are Cramer's insights on 7 stocks that he thinks are anything but zombies.
Looking at F5 Networks, Cramer sees terrain that once resembled a serious graveyard.
"F5 had gotten crushed over the last eighteen months as it repeatedly missed numbers, falling from $138 in April of 2012 down to a low of $67 this July," Cramer explained.
However, vitals are coming back.
"Just last week, the company
"At 13.6 times 2014 earnings I think it's a buy."
Although Apple was never left for dead in any real sense, it's Halloween and the Mad Money host was quick to point out that Apple sure tricked bulls when shares fell from their 2012 high of more than $700 to $390 in April of 2013.
That's a decline of more than 40% - not dead but very painful.
However, Apple has enjoyed a second life, after the launch of new iPhones generated great excitement about the company's future.
"Although Apple may no longer be the revolutionary company it once was, it's still a maker of beloved products," Cramer said. "And it's trading at only 8.5 times next year's earnings estimates when you back out the cash on the balance sheet. Even though it has a 15% growth rate, I that's dirt cheap, and I don't think it will take much to send the stock even higher."