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Ten Great Kid-Friendly Halloween Movies to Enjoy with Your Family


Halloween is fast approaching! There is excitement about what costume to wear and anticipation of lots of candy and fun! Enjoy an appropriately scary movie with your family to usher in the season, or invite the neighbor kids over for a Halloween movie and pizza party before hitting the streets for trick-or- treating!

Here are our pick of Halloween  movies for kids:

  • The Addams Family (1991) (PG-13) - Somebody is claiming to be the family's long lost Uncle Fester. Is everything what is seems, or is this a con?

Click here to see the official trailer for The Addams Family movie.

  • Monsters Inc. (2001) (G) - Monsters Sulley and Mike Wazowki try to help a little girl get back home in this Disney Pixar romp.

Click here to see the official trailer for Monsters Inc.

  • Scooby Doo (2002) (PG) - In this movie remake of the beloved TV series, the whole gang is brought to an island to investigate some mysterious goings on.

Click here to see the official trailer for Scooby Doo movie.

  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) (PG) - In Harry's third year at Hogwarts, he finds himself being pursued by a murderer.

Click here to see the official movie trailer for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

  • Coraline (2009) (PG) - Based on Neil Gaiman's novel of the same name, an adventurous girl discovered a different  and dangerous world through a secret door in her new home.

Click here to see the official trailer for Coraline movie.

  • Paranorman (2012) (PG) - A misunderstood boy tries to save his town from a centuries-old curse.    

Click here to see the official trailer for Paranorman movie.

  • Hotel Transylvania (2012) (PG) - Dracula is an overprotective father we can all relate to when a boy falls for his teenaged daughter.

Click here to see the official trailer for Hotel Transylvania movie.

  • The Little Ghost (2013) (PG) - The Little Ghost is only awake for one hour each day after the clock strikes midnight. Will he ever be able to catch the beauty of a sunrise?

Click here to see the trailer for The Little Ghost movie.

  • Ghostbusters (2016) (PG-13) - Who ya gonna call? Enjoy this remake of the classic this holiday season!

      Click here to see the official trailer for the new Ghostbusters movie.

    Fall is a favorite season for many with cooler weather, pumpkin everything, warm sweaters, apple cider and Halloween! Enjoy these movies and shows with your family and have a very festive and safe Halloween season!

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