Here’s the ultimate list of Halloween Movies for Kids to have some spooky fun this October with witches, ghosts, vampires, monsters and MORE! Snuggle up with your family this fall with some of your favorite Halloween Movies and a few new ones that are sure to cast a spell!
31 Days of Halloween featuring the Best Halloween Movies!
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Halloween Movies for Kids
I put together this list of what I think are the best halloween family movies. These are Halloween movies that I’ve watched with my children who are under the age of 13. Many of these Halloween movies will be featured on Disney’s Freefrom channel this season.
I divided it into appropriate ages including preschoolers to elementary school ages. It can work as a great movie list of Halloween movies for tweens too!
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Halloween Movies for Preschoolers 3-5
- Pooh’s Heffalump Halloween Movie
- Spookley the Square Pumpkin
- It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown
- Room on the Broom
- Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest
- Sesame Street: A Magical Halloween Adventure
- If You Give a Mouse a Pumpkin
- Peppa Pig: Pumpkin Party
- Super Monsters Save Halloween
Halloween Movies for Elementary School Ages 5-10
- Toy Story of TERROR!
- Monsters, Inc.
- Monsters University
- Hotel Transylvania
- Hotel Transylvania 2
- Hotel Transylvania 3
- Hotel Transylvania 4
- Disney’s Coco
- Scared Shrekless
- The Nightmare Before Christmas
- James and the Giant Peach
- The Addams Family
- Dear Dracula
- Charlotte’s Web
- The Little Vampire
- Halloween Town
- The Witches
- Roald Dahl’s The Witches
- The Little Vampire (Animated)
Halloween Movies for Tweens Ages 10-12 and up
- Hocus Pocus
- Hocus Pocus 2
- Monster House
- Ghost Busters (1984)
- Ghostbusters (2016)
- Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2021)
- The Addams Family
- Addams Family Values
- Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
- The Haunted Mansion (2003)
- Harry Potter (Check out Age by Age Guide )
- Disney’s Zombies
Halloween Movies for 13 and up
There you go! The Ultimate list of 31 Halloween movies for families!
To keep track all month long of what to watch I made a printable Halloween Movie Checklist for your family.
CLICK NOW TO PRINT YOUR HALLOWEEN MOVIE CHECKLIST
What Halloween movies did I miss in your child’s age group? Leave a comment below.
Best Halloween family movies
I was excited to see that the channel Freeform jumped from 13 nights to 31 nights of Halloween movies this year. Are you kids excited about watching their Halloween movies in October? The list was just published!
As you read through the Halloween movie schedule, keep in mind that the target age group for this television channel is ages 14-34 so there will be quite a few movies available that will not be age appropriate for your little ones.
A few are even rated R, which are usually the last night showings for the older crowd. Quite frankly several of the upcoming movies aren’t directly related to Halloween either.
Add to your watchlist! Set those DVRs! Get your Tivos ready. And find your age appropriate Halloween movie as we kick of this fun season of imagination with your child.
Keep in mind you can also just find many of the Best Halloween movies on netflix or on Amazon prime video. If you can’t watch via cable, no worries — 31 Nights of Halloween can also be streamed via Freeform on Hulu.
Join along starting on October 1 and all the way through to October 31 for movie nights filled with Kids Halloween Movies!
**For alternative Halloween Movies and Age Ranking check out the Common Sense Media Guide to Scary (But Not Too Scary) Halloween Movies **
31 NIGHTS OF HALLOWEEN MOVIES ON TV ON FREEFORM SCHEDULE
Here are some Halloween Ideas to go along with your Halloween movie fun!
Kids Halloween Movies
I’ve linked each of the best halloween movies to Amazon to easily watch too on Amazon Prime Videos. With busy fall schedules, watching Halloween movies is an easy way to still have time to do things together as a family.
So pop your popcorn, cozy up and watch a few fun Halloween movies with your family this fall.