On Halloween night, after the trick or treating is over, it’s fun to settle down with your sweet treats and watch a spooky movie. Here are Six Slightly Scary Halloween Movies for Kids on Netflix:
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#1. Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet The Wolfman
In this animated adventure, chipmunk Alvin has werewolves on his mind. After being haunted by a creepy nightmare, he is convinced that his eerie next-door neighbor, Mr. Talbot, has a monstrous secret. As he and his brother Simon investigate, shy sibling Theodore, who has been reluctantly cast in the school’s production of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” finds his inner monster after being attacked by a strange dog.
#2. Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of The Were-Rabbit
Working as experts in pest removal, Wallace and Gromit stumble upon a voracious monster that threatens to ruin the annual veggie growing contest.
#3. Monster House
Three teens discover that their neighbor’s house is really a living, breathing, scary monster, and decide that they must do battle with this mysterious house that threatens anyone who crosses its path.
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#4. Monster Island
At a school dance, Lucas discovers he comes from a long line of monsters. Eager to find the rest of his family, he sets out for the island of Calvera.
#5. Dreamworks Spooky Stories
Shrek dares his friends to bring on the scary with ghost stories told in a haunted castle.
A haunted castle. Alien pumpkins. A spooky ghost.
This collection of animated tales includes “Shrek’s Thrilling Tales” and “Scared Shrekless.”
#6. Goosebumps – Seasons 1-5
R.L. Stine’s creepy tales take on a life of their own in a series that combines original stories with adaptations drawn from popular children’s books.
And for teens and parents who enjoy a scary film, there’s also a spookily good selection of Halloween themed films and creepy series from Stranger Things to Misery to Hannibal!
Over to you now! What’s your favourite slightly scary Halloween movie? Tell us in the comments below!