13 Spooky Movies For That One Holiday Where The Number 13 Thrives
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13 Spooky Movies For That One Holiday Where The Number 13 Thrives

You're not doing Halloween right, if you don't watch at least one of these.


The best part about Halloween isn't the free candy. It's being able to hide under your blankets and scream all night to some of your favorite scary movies. Of course free candy is always great, like seriously, who turns down free candy? But who doesn't love watching a classic Halloween movie while drinking hot cocoa and eating some of that free candy too? Here are 13 of some of the best classics to kick off your Halloween season.

1. Hocus Pocus


Is it really October if you don't watch this movie?

2. Halloween Town 1-4


One of my favorite classics.

3. BeetleJuice


Say his name three times in a row, I dare you.

4. The Addams Family


I wanted to be a part of this family for so long.

5. The Craft


Who doesn't love a good witch bitch movie?

6. Carrie


Almost didn't go to Prom because of this movie.

7. Nightmare On Elm St.


1, 2, Freddy's coming for you.

8. The Exorcist 


One of the creepiest exorcism movies I have ever watched.

9. Child's Play Or Any Of The Chucky Movies


I don't trust dolls anymore, thanks to Chucky.

10. The Amityville Horror 


Wanna spend a night at this house?

11. IT


The original is way scarier than the new one.

12. Jeepers Creepers


This movie gave me nightmares when I was younger.

13. Halloween


Can't wait for the new one!!

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