Discover where to watch the best Halloween movies of all time.
Halloween movies are a celebratory staple to what the Internet has dubbed Spooky Szn. From nostalgic cult classics like Hocus Pocus to the sensationalized slashers like Nightmare on Elm Street, there’s no shortage of themes to choose from. So whether you’re going for gore or festive family fun, you have a lot of options to get into a ghoulish groove.
Keep scrolling for the best Halloween movies and where to stream them.
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Hubie Dubois, despite his devotion to his hometown of Salem, Massachusetts (and its legendary Halloween celebration), is a figure of mockery for kids and adults alike. But this year, something really is going bump in the night, and it’s up to Hubie to save Halloween.
Trick 'r Treat
Four interwoven stories that occur on Halloween: an everyday high school principal has a secret life as a serial killer; a college virgin might have just met the one guy for her; a group of teenagers pull a mean prank, and a bitter old recluse receives an uninvited guest.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Harry Potter, Ron and Hermione return to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry for their third year of study, where they delve into the mystery surrounding an escaped prisoner who poses a dangerous threat to the young wizard.
On her 13th birthday, Marnie learns she's a witch, discovers a secret portal, and is transported to Halloweentown — a magical place where ghosts and ghouls, witches and werewolves live apart from the human world. But she soon finds herself battling wicked warlocks, evil curses, and endless surprises.
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Teenager Nancy Thompson must uncover the dark truth concealed by her parents after she and her friends become targets of the spirit of a serial killer with a bladed glove in their dreams, in which if they die, it kills them in real life.
"It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown"
This classic ""Peanuts"" tale focuses on the thumb-sucking, blanket-holding Linus, and his touching faith in the ""Great Pumpkin."" When Linus discovers that no one else believes in the creature, he sets out to prove that the Pumpkin's no myth—by spending the night alone in a pumpkin patch.