These Halloween movies on Netflix are great to watch during the Fall, Halloween, or any time of year.
No matter your plans for Halloween, there’s something on Netflix for you. Kiddies at home? Check out one of my G, Y, Y-7, or PG-13 picks (depending on your kids’ ages and your discretion). If the kids are out and about and you’re looking for a fun way to snuggle up with your honey, check out of my R, NR, or unrated picks tonight.
HALLOWEEN MOVIES ON NETFLIX
- Corpse Bride (PG) – Victor and Victoria’s families have arranged their marriage. Though they like each other, Victor is nervous about the ceremony. While he’s in a forest practicing his lines for the wedding, a tree branch becomes a hand that drags him to the land of the dead.
- Dear Dracula (TV-Y7-FV) – When he gets a fan letter from a young monster movie buff, Dracula visits him and soon has a new friend helping him to get his confidence back.
- Girl vs. Monster (NR) – Teenager Skylar Lewis discovers that her parents have a secret avocation when she innocently releases a cache of monsters in the family basement.
- Hotel Transylvania 2 (PG) – After Mavis weds Jonathan and baby Dennis arrives, Dracula looks for proof that his grandson is a vampire and needs to remain in Transylvania.
- Little Witch Academia (2013) (TV-Y7) – Akko Kagari enrolls into Luna Nova Magical Academy, a school for young witches, after being inspired at a young age by a witch named Shiny Chariot, and often spends her days hanging with her classmates, Lotte Jansson and Sucy Manbavaran.
- Little Witch Academia (2015) (TV-Y7) – Akko, Lotte and Sucy, having gotten in trouble yet again, are forced to team up with three other troublemakers to make the school’s annual witch parade a success or else flunk the school year.
- Little Witch Academia The Enchanted Parade (2017) (TV-Y7) – Akko’s unconventional ideas don’t go over well at the Magical Academy, but when a dragon is unleashed, she may be the only witch who can save the day.
- Magic Puppy (TV-G) – Molly decides to plan a surprise for her best friend, Adam. She casts a magic spell, but it goes awry and turns his mother’s boyfriend into a dog.
- A Monster in Paris (PG) – Emile and Raoul join forces with a singer and an eccentric scientist and his monkey to save a misunderstood monster from the city’s police chief.
- R.L. Stine’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls (PG) – When a traveling horror show comes to town, Danville’s high schoolers can’t wait to check it out. But the sinister showman has an evil agenda.
- R.L. Stine’s Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend? (PG) – Max and Cammy’s first date—on Halloween night—is interrupted by Phears, a specter who plans to take over the world.
- Room on the Broom (G) – A gentle witch with a ginger braid offers rides to a variety of animals on her increasingly crowded broom, much to her grumpy cat’s chagrin.
- Spooky Buddies (G) – At Halloween, the Buddies, Air Bud’s adventure-seeking pups, investigate mysterious happenings at a mansion reportedly haunted by the Halloween Hound.
- Vampire Dog (TV-PG) – Ace’s new pal is cute, cuddly, and 600 years old. So naturally, he tends to attract some real oddballs.
- Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (R) – Crazed serial killer Michael Myers returns from the dead, and his niece must save her newborn from her knife-wielding uncle.
- Halloween Resurrection (R) – Michael Myers proves to his sister, Laurie, that he isn’t dead, while a television producer launches a reality show set in Michael’s childhood home.
- Curious George: A Halloween Boofest (TV-G) – Hang on to your hats and get ready for a spook-tacular good time, with Curious George. Autumn is here, bringing colorful leaves, hay rides, pumpkin patches, and the annual Boo Festival.
- Barney’s Halloween Party (TV-Y) – With Halloween right around the corner, Barney decides to decorate the school gym for a party, and Baby Bop and BJ try to find the perfect costume.
- Scream (R) – Horror maven Wes Craven turns the genre on its head with this tale of a murderer who terrorizes a hapless high schooler by offing everyone she knows.
- The Nightmare Before Christmas (PG) – Jack Skellington, the spindly king of Halloween Town, kidnaps Santa Claus and plans to deliver ghoulish gifts to children on Christmas morning
- Friday the 13th: Part 7: The New Blood (R) – Jason is released from his watery grave at the bottom of Crystal Lake by a telekinetic teen who returned to the site where her dad supposedly drowned.
- Texas Chainsaw (R) – When a young woman travels to Texas to collect her inheritance, she discovers that a brutal, chainsaw-wielding madman is part of the bequest.
- A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 (R) – It’s been five years since Freddy Krueger tormented the teens of Elm Street, but he’s back for revenge, looking to possess more innocent victims.
- The American Scream (NR) – Each year, in the sleepy town of Fairhaven, the creative minds behind three local homemade haunts valiantly try to ignite the town’s Halloween spirit.
- Fun Size (PG-13) – When feisty teenager Wren loses her offbeat kid brother on Halloween, she joins forces with her best buds to find him during one crazy night.
- Goosebumps (TV-Y7) – R.L. Stine’s tales take on a life of their own in a series that combines original stories with adaptations drawn from the popular books.
- The Cabin in the Woods (R) – Five friends arrive at a secluded cabin with clear rules for their retreat. But when protocol is broken, punishment is swift — and everyone will pay.
- You’re Next (R) – A shy girl goes to her new boyfriend’s family reunion and must join their bloody fight for survival when a gang of masked hooligans invades the party
- Satan’s Little Helper (R) – While trick-or-treating on Halloween, a young boy unwittingly helps a serial killer who’s dressed as a character from the kid’s favorite video game.
- Dead Silence (UR) – In the wake of his bride’s death, grieving newlywed Jamie is forced to return to his hometown, where he butts heads with the ghost of a ventriloquist
- Haunt (R) – When a teen moves into a new house with his family and takes up with the girl next door, their adolescent passions unlock an alternate dimension
- Scary Movie 2 (R) – While the original parodied slasher flicks like Scream, Keenen Ivory Wayans’ sequel to Scary Movie takes comedic aim at haunted house movies.
I am a member of the Netflix #StreamTeam. I received a complimentary subscription and device. All opinions and selections are my own.
Are your favorite Halloween movies on Netflix on this list?