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31 Spooky Movie Nights For Halloween

It’s officially October which means we’re in the full holiday season. If Halloween is one of your favorite holidays, make sure to bookmark this page so you can countdown the 31 days until Halloween with a movie to watch every day.

Whether you like a good scare from horror movies or you’re more of a Disney movie fan, these Halloween-themed movies will get you in the Halloween spirit. Grab your popcorn and settle in for 31 Spooky Nights of Halloween this fall with all the spooky classics. 

Starring Geena Davis, Michael Keaton, and Alec Baldwin, Beetlejuice tells the tale of a recently deceased couple, who get stuck haunting their former residence. Things take a turn when the house is purchased by another couple and their teen daughter, Lydia (Winona Ryder).

Corpse Bride
Edward Scissorhands
The Addams Family
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Sleepy Hollow
The Frighteners 
The Nightmare Before Christmas


Double, Double, Toil and Trouble 
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial


Disney's HalloweenTown tells the story of Marnie Piper, played by Kimberly J. Brown. At 13, Marnie learns she comes from a long line of witches. After her estranged grandmother (Debbie Reynolds) returns, Marnie finds out about HalloweenTown, where her grandmother lives. She also discovers that HalloweenTown is in trouble, and embarks on an adventure with her younger siblings to save it.

Hotel Transylvania
Little Shop of Horrors
Monster House


Arsenic & Old Lace
House on Haunted Hill



Practical Magic
Hocus Pocus
The Conjuring
The Craft
The Crucible
Devil's Advocate
The Rite
The Haunted Mansion
The Others

The Sixth Sense

"I see dead people" is one of the most famous movie quotes in history, and it all started in The Sixth Sense, starring Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment. Haley's character, Cole Sear, is tormented by ghosts with unresolved situations. Only 8 years old, Cole is too young to understand why he has his abilities, and doesn't tell anyone about his secret until he meets child psychologist Dr. Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis).

The Witches

Love Fall? 
Pour yourself some apple cider (maybe add a little whiskey), and nestle in with these Fall classics.

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