The Nightmare Before Christmas
The denizens of Halloween Town co-opt Santa Claus and take over the season of giving, with a sinister twist.
This classic comedy answers some of life’s most important questions, including if someone asks you if you’re a God, you say … yes.
Shaun of the Dead
So this one might be a bit borderline, especially if you can’t stand the sight of blood. However, if you can take a few jumps and scares, this movie is an absolute hoot.
The Halloween Tree
A group of friends learn the history of horror as they strive to save their friend from the gates of death in this animated film based on the Ray Bradbury book of the same name.
Come on, it doesn’t get better than Bette Midler mugging as a wicked witch. This one is good for the whole family.
The Corpse Bride
A pale young man finds himself married to a pale young woman from beyond the grave. It’s got everything you need for a not-so-freaky but still Halloweeny good time.
This classic Tim Burton flick has ghosts and hauntings and laughs to spare. Remember when stop-motion counted as a special effect? Good times.
Another case where, if you can stand the sight of gore, you’ll get a huge kick out of this flick. It’s hands-down one of the funniest movies out there - but there are flesh eating zombies. You can’t ignore that.
Another creepy animated film. In this one, young Coraline finds another world and a whole new family through a strange door in her house. Everything seems better than fine at first, but the veneer quickly rubs off and Coraline needs to screw her courage to the sticking place to save her real parents from her evil Other Mother.
The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown
This can’t scare you. In fact it will do the opposite. It will make you feel all warm and fuzzy.