One of my favorite months out of the year is finally here - October! October is the month leading up to the best months. October finally feels like fall, you have Halloween, then a month later is Thanksgiving, a month after that is Christmas, and a month after that is New Years! If you're looking for a way to celebrate October everyday of October take a look below for your 31 days Halloween movie guide.
I don't know if anyone really knows this movie, but it was one of my favorite Halloween movies as a kid!
Halloween Town 1
If you are going to watch any movie this Halloween, you need to watch Halloween Town
Halloween Town 2
Halloween Town 3
Halloween Town 4
Don't Look Under the Bed
I feel like everyone has a memory of this movie, but kind of forgot it existed.
If there's one movie I watch every Halloween, it's Leprechaun
Leprechaun in the hood...
And all the other hilarious spin offs of the Leprechaun movies.
Prepare for the Disney Original Movies...
Twitrches is honestly one of the last best Disney Original movie
Prepare for everything Steve Burton every made...
Nightmare Before Christmas
Finishing this semester is a nightmare before Christmas, am I right?
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
One of my favorite musicals!
Johnny Depp and Steve Burton are the go tos for quality Halloween movies
Remember when this movie was everyone's favorite movie. They even has McDonald's toys!
Casper the Friendly Ghost
Any Scooby Doo Movie is great, but I recommend the live action Scooby Doo
A Pixar classic
This movie just warms my heart
The Sixth Sense
Now for the real Horror movies...
Children of the Corn
I should just add, anything written by Stephen King makes a perfect Halloween movie.
I watched this movie when i was fourteen, and I don't think I've ever seen a scarier movie (the Orphan, Freddie, the Shining) nothing compares to Coraline. This movie is straight up creepy, and I have refused to watch since the first day I put that DVD in.
Like Coraline, this is a straight up scary movie that I refuse to ever watch again.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina the Teenage Witch
I would be remiss if I didn't add this! I am so excited for the new Netflix reboot of Sabrina the Teenage Witch. It's been described as a dark take, almost Riverdale-esque depiction of Sabrina and I'm all for it!