Not-So-Scary Halloween Movie Guide
Written by: Allison Swan
Do you love Halloween, but hate scary movies? It's a difficult problem many of us face in October, but have no fear (see what I did there?) —you can still watch Halloween movies all season long without any horror flicks involved. Grab your fluffy blankets, stock up on your favorite candy, and use this list to inspire your October movie marathon!
The Phantom of the Opera
This movie has just the perfect amount of creepiness without going overboard and it's full of beautiful sets and costumes.
There's just a few pop-out scary moments in this one. The 90's nostalgia is worth the jump or two.
What’s Halloween without Casper? This friendly ghost peacefully haunting a mansion in Maine is fun for all ages.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
The Harry Potter films technically aren't Halloween movies, but what better way to get in the Halloween mood than with witches, wizards, magic, and a little pumpkin juice?!
Who you gonna call? Watch either the 80's classic or the modern remake.
This Disney Channel Original Movie will be a trip down memory lane for any millennia
The Haunted Mansion
This hilarious film starring Eddie Murphy was inspired by the iconic Disney ride, a spine-tingling tour through an eerie haunted estate, home to ghosts, ghouls and supernatural surprises.
Small kids might have a few nightmares from Tim Burton's classic, but adults can fully appreciate the tale without the scare factor.
The Addams Family
This classic is creepy, mysterious, spooky, and fun for the whole family.
This iconic movie features Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy as three witches hunting for eternal youth on Halloween.