Whether you spend Halloween night trick or treating with the kids or at a costume party with your girls, watching a Halloween movie is the perfect end to the night. Pour yourself a glass of wine or pop a bag of popcorn and get ready to laugh or scream!
For after trick or treating: Hocus Pocus (1993)
Hocus Pocus is an absolute classic that you and the kids will enjoy watching together. Being a Walt Disney movie, its family friendly. Watch as three witches are are resurrected by a teenage boy. With the help of a girl he has a crush on and his sister, they try to stop the witches from stealing the souls of town’s children. Hocus Pocus is fun to watch and will keep your attention for the entire movie.
For relaxing with the girls: The Craft (1996)
After a night out with the girls, watching a movie with a bottle of wine is the perfect way to end the evening. A girl and her family move to a new city for a fresh start. She befriends a group of girls interested in the occult and together they realize that they are capable of crazy powers, but it all comes at a price.
For when you’re okay not sleeping that night: The Conjuring(2013)
If you’re like me, scary movies keep you up at night. This one really left me restless! A family moves into an old farmhouse and weird things start to happen. Soon the family is haunted by spirits and they hire a pair of paranormal investigators. Watch as they learn the truth behind the haunting and see if they can survive being terrorized.
For movie watching with the potential significant other: Scream (1996)
What a perfect movie to watch with someone you are interested in. Use the scary scenes to grab their hand or get close! Scream is a cult classic film that has produced sequels and a tv show spin off. A teenage girl becomes the target of a killer who has brutally murdered a schoolmate. Soon more of her friends are killed off by this crazy stalker in a ghost mask. Will her and her remaining friends figure out who the killer is before they all end up dead?
For the whole family, including grandma and grandpa: It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966)
A childhood classic, your family and your parents will enjoy this family friendly classic together. Watch as Charlie Brown gets invited to a Halloween party, his friend Linus anticipates the Great Pumpkin visiting the pumpkin patch, and who can forget the real star of the show, Snoopy?
For the movie buff: Young Frankenstein (1974)
Any movie buff enjoys this time-honored, cinematic film and the fantastic acting of Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle. The grandson of the famous scientist inherits his grandfathers castle, where his grandfather did his crazy experiments that created the famous monster. As he reads his grandfathers notebooks, he realizes his grandfather was on to something and attempts an experiment of his own.
What are your favorite Halloween movies?