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10 Spooky Halloween Films to Watch


10 Spooky Halloween Films to Watch

By Halloween Eve

On Halloween, there is nothing better than scaring yourself senseless in front of a spooky movie. Here are some awesome film to prep for a spooky night out at a great Halloween party.

  • Young Frankenstein

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    Young Frankenstein is the perfect way to celebrate Halloween with a sense of humor. Laugh-out-loud at Mel Brooks' fantastic parody of the classic horror Frankenstein.

  • The Nightmare Before Christmas

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    This timeless animation is just as popular with adults as it is with kids. Tim Burton's wickedly Macabre mind combines spookiness with downright absurdity.

  • Halloween

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    The aptly titled Halloween is one of the most talked-about Halloween films of all time. And for one reason only: that it chills to the bone!

  • The Haunting

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    The Haunting has been around for a long time and still scares people out of their skin. This film doesn't use blood and gore to chill you. It opts for creepy lighting and a terrifying soundtrack.

  • The Blair Witch Project

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    This strange and unique horror movie documents a group of young people in search of a legendary witch in the woods. We never see this witch, but the tension is too much to take…

  • Sleepy Hollow

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    Yep, another Tim Burton, and possibly his spookiest collaboration with Johnny Depp yet. Here, Depp is called upon to work in a village haunted by the Headless Hunter.

  • It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

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    Charlie's bad luck with trick-or-treating and Linus's search for the Great Pumpkin makes this Halloween special a common favourite for the holiday.

  • Ghostbusters

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    Anything that combines Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd is a treat. Add ghosts and guns on top of this hilarious pair? It simply doesn't get much better.

  • Scream

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    What movie do you think of when you hear the word "horror"? For most people, the answer is Scream. This iconic horror masterpiece carries through generations and combines terror with comedy perfectly.

  • Rosemary's Baby

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    This film is so dark and strange that you'll need all the comforts you can find: blankets, a warm fire, plenty of company…or shake it all off with a night out.