There are so many different Halloween films. This is a list of my personal favourites. I will be happy to do an individual review on any of these. Tell me your favourites, and if you agree or disagree with me on any of these films.
15) Goosebumps (2015) – A good film that mixes nostalgia with a fresh modern look.
14) Frankenweenie (2012) – An eerie film that takes a new look at man’s best friend.
13) Corpse Bride (2005) – Tim Burton’s spooky film about marriage and the land of the dead.
12) Coraline (2009) – A young girl discovers an alternate world with an alternate family.
11) Casper (1995) – A friendly ghost’s antics in an ancient house.
10) Hotel Transylvania (2012) – All the traditional monsters stay at a hotel run by vampires.
9) Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were – Rabbit (2005) – The wacky British duo return as they have to deal with a mutant rabbit.
8) Ghostbusters (1984) – The ultimate classic Halloween family film. A group of men hunt the paranormal ghosts in NYC.
7) Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King (2008) – One of the best in the Scooby Doo film series. Shaggy and Scooby attempt to stop an evil wizard from turning everyone into Halloween monsters.
6) The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) – Probably the most iconic on this list, with good reason. A Halloween town discovers a Christmas land. Good for Halloween and Christmas.
5) Halloweentown (1998) – A girl, with the company of her siblings and grandmother, saves a town full of supernatural creatures. Another classic Halloween film.
4) ParaNorman (2012) – A fun spooky animation. A boy who sees the dead saves his town from an ancient wrath.
3)Shrek’s Thrilling Tales (2012) – As always with the Shrek franchise, a hilarious, cool collection of scary stories. Must watch.
2) Hocus Pocus (1993) – Another classic. A couple of teens thwart the evil Sanderson Sisters from ruining Halloween.
1) Monster House (2006) – My favourite Halloween film. A trio of kids investigate the scary mystery of a haunted house and a creepy old man.