Hocus Pocus (1993)

Hocus Pocus


In this classic Disney movie, the witch Sanderson is unexpectedly resurrected by a nosy child. This gang and their black cat companion must destroy the trio before they can suck the lives of all Salem children. Betty Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker are the main camp points for performances in this area. And it was indeed shot in a famous Massachusetts town, so it can prove the authenticity of New England.


Twilight (2008)



This is the movie that started it all and catapulted Kristen Stewart (who plays the mortal Bella) and Robert Pattinson (who plays the vampire Edward) into international stardom. In this film set in the Pacific Northwest, lovestruck teenagers enter into a dangerous romance with exciting twists and vampire mystery.


The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)


The Nightmare Before Christmas


This stop-motion animation gem will make you wish it was both Halloween and Christmas at the same time. Pumpkin King Jack Skellington discovered the Christmas town and decided to take charge of a new holiday. Laughter and fright followed.


Corpse Bride (2005)

Corpse Bride


A nervous groom got more than he bargained when practicing his vows when he accidentally summoned a (very good) corpse bride. Composer Danny Elfman has surpassed himself in sheet music, so be sure to add it to your watch queue and Spotify spooky-jams playlist.


The Addams Family (1991)

The Addams Family


Speaking of the Adams family movie-yes, not only the first one but also the second one! ——There are many things to love. Great jokes, ambitions and gothic style? In addition, Angelica Huston is Morticia's complete vision. For those who like the Halloween atmosphere but don't actually panic, consider these perfect viewing methods.


Halloweentown (1998)



In this original Disney Channel movie, 13-year-old Marnie finds herself a witch, and then her mission is to save the perfect autumn Halloween town from "bad things". Debbie Reynolds, a member of the Hollywood royal family, plays this caring and stylish grandmother in this movie and its three sequels. Today's children may expect higher production value, but for the DCOM generation, this is enough.


The Haunted Mansion (2003)



Disney didn't do many terrible things, but when they did, they definitely did it right. Eddie Murphy brought his comedic genius into this creepy story, and the family ended up trapped in a (you guessed it) haunted mansion due to the wrong identity. Although we still classify it as family-friendly, please note that for some young viewers, this may be even scarier.


Coraline (2009)



For a children's movie, this movie is very disturbing. Even the opening remarks are enough to make you shudder. Coraline was unhappy about moving to a new town with her family until she found a secret door to the magical world in the house. But, of course, everything is not as it seems.


Child's Play (1988)



A doll possessed by a serial killer? Sure, why not. This movie introduced the infamous Chucky character, who will certainly make you look at children's toys in a different way.


It (2017)



Every 27 years, the clown Pennywise returns to Delhi, Maine, to torture the poor children who live there. Compared with the nightmare that the clown played by Bill Skarsgård (Bill Skarsgård) always haunts us in 2017, the 1990 miniseries starring Tim Curry is a child’s play and a fun A journey of memory in the 80s.

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