No matter your plans for Halloween, there’s something on Netflix for you. Kiddies at home? Check out one of my G, Y, Y-7, or PG-13 picks (depending on your kids’ ages and your discretion). If the kids are out and about and you’re looking for a fun way to snuggle up with your honey, check out of my R, NR, or unrated picks tonight.
HALLOWEEN MOVIES ON NETFLIX
- Corpse Bride (PG) – Victor and Victoria’s families have arranged their marriage. Though they like each other, Victor is nervous about the ceremony. While he’s in a forest practicing his lines for the wedding, a tree branch becomes a hand that drags him to the land of the dead.
- Dear Dracula (TV-Y7-FV) – When he gets a fan letter from a young monster movie buff, Dracula visits him and soon has a new friend helping him to get his confidence back.
- Girl vs. Monster (NR) – Teenager Skylar Lewis discovers that her parents have a secret avocation when she innocently releases a cache of monsters in the family basement.
- Hotel Transylvania 2 (PG) – After Mavis weds Jonathan and baby Dennis arrives, Dracula looks for proof that his grandson is a vampire and needs to remain in Transylvania.
- Little Witch Academia (2013) (TV-Y7) – Akko Kagari enrolls into Luna Nova Magical Academy, a school for young witches, after being inspired at a young age by a witch named Shiny Chariot, and often spends her days hanging with her classmates, Lotte Jansson and Sucy Manbavaran.
- Little Witch Academia (2015) (TV-Y7) – Akko, Lotte and Sucy, having gotten in trouble yet again, are forced to team up with three other troublemakers to make the school’s annual witch parade a success or else flunk the school year.
- Little Witch Academia The Enchanted Parade (2017) (TV-Y7) – Akko’s unconventional ideas don’t go over well at the Magical Academy, but when a dragon is unleashed, she may be the only witch who can save the day.
- Magic Puppy (TV-G) – Molly decides to plan a surprise for her best friend, Adam. She casts a magic spell, but it goes awry and turns his mother’s boyfriend into a dog.
- A Monster in Paris (PG) – Emile and Raoul join forces with a singer and an eccentric scientist and his monkey to save a misunderstood monster from the city’s police chief.
- R.L. Stine’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls (PG) – When a traveling horror show comes to town, Danville’s high schoolers can’t wait to check it out. But the sinister showman has an evil agenda.
- R.L. Stine’s Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend? (PG) – Max and Cammy’s first date—on Halloween night—is interrupted by Phears, a specter who plans to take over the world.
- Room on the Broom (G) – A gentle witch with a ginger braid offers rides to a variety of animals on her increasingly crowded broom, much to her grumpy cat’s chagrin.
- Spooky Buddies (G) – At Halloween, the Buddies, Air Bud’s adventure-seeking pups, investigate mysterious happenings at a mansion reportedly haunted by the Halloween Hound.
- Vampire Dog (TV-PG) – Ace’s new pal is cute, cuddly, and 600 years old. So naturally, he tends to attract some real oddballs.
- Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (R) – Crazed serial killer Michael Myers returns from the dead, and his niece must save her newborn from her knife-wielding uncle.
- Halloween Resurrection (R) – Michael Myers proves to his sister, Laurie, that he isn’t dead, while a television producer launches a reality show set in Michael’s childhood home.
- Curious George: A Halloween Boofest (TV-G) – Hang on to your hats and get ready for a spook-tacular good time, with Curious George. Autumn is here, bringing colorful leaves, hay rides, pumpkin patches, and the annual Boo Festival.
- Barney’s Halloween Party (TV-Y) – With Halloween right around the corner, Barney decides to decorate the school gym for a party, and Baby Bop and BJ try to find the perfect costume.
- Scream (R) – Horror maven Wes Craven turns the genre on its head with this tale of a murderer who terrorizes a hapless high schooler by offing everyone she knows.
- The Nightmare Before Christmas (PG) – Jack Skellington, the spindly king of Halloween Town, kidnaps Santa Claus and plans to deliver ghoulish gifts to children on Christmas morning
- Friday the 13th: Part 7: The New Blood (R) – Jason is released from his watery grave at the bottom of Crystal Lake by a telekinetic teen who returned to the site where her dad supposedly drowned.
- Texas Chainsaw (R) – When a young woman travels to Texas to collect her inheritance, she discovers that a brutal, chainsaw-wielding madman is part of the bequest.
- A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 (R) – It’s been five years since Freddy Krueger tormented the teens of Elm Street, but he’s back for revenge, looking to possess more innocent victims.
- The American Scream (NR) – Each year, in the sleepy town of Fairhaven, the creative minds behind three local homemade haunts valiantly try to ignite the town’s Halloween spirit.
- Fun Size (PG-13) – When feisty teenager Wren loses her offbeat kid brother on Halloween, she joins forces with her best buds to find him during one crazy night.
- Goosebumps (TV-Y7) – R.L. Stine’s tales take on a life of their own in a series that combines original stories with adaptations drawn from the popular books.
- The Cabin in the Woods (R) – Five friends arrive at a secluded cabin with clear rules for their retreat. But when protocol is broken, punishment is swift — and everyone will pay.
- You’re Next (R) – A shy girl goes to her new boyfriend’s family reunion and must join their bloody fight for survival when a gang of masked hooligans invades the party
- Satan’s Little Helper (R) – While trick-or-treating on Halloween, a young boy unwittingly helps a serial killer who’s dressed as a character from the kid’s favorite video game.
- Dead Silence (UR) – In the wake of his bride’s death, grieving newlywed Jamie is forced to return to his hometown, where he butts heads with the ghost of a ventriloquist
- Haunt (R) – When a teen moves into a new house with his family and takes up with the girl next door, their adolescent passions unlock an alternate dimension
- Scary Movie 2 (R) – While the original parodied slasher flicks like Scream, Keenen Ivory Wayans’ sequel to Scary Movie takes comedic aim at haunted house movies.
I am a member of the Netflix #StreamTeam. I received a complimentary subscription and device. All opinions and selections are my own.
Are your favorite Halloween movies on Netflix on this list?