Halloween Movies for the Kids

Not all Halloween films are filled with blood, guts and gore. We’ve narrowed down a list of must-see movies (that aren’t too scary) for the whole family to enjoy while prepping for the big night.

Wallace and Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit: Wallace and his dog Gromit are on a hunt to find the mysterious were-rabbit that is sabotaging
gardens all over the city and causing a threat to their annual vegetable growing contest. 6+

Casper: In this 1995 feature film, a young girl befriends a friendly ghost named Casper, despite the fact that his uncles Stretch, Fatso and Stinkie
are anything but nice. 6+

Beetlejuice: Beetlejuice is hired by ghosts (a couple that have recently died) to scare off the new couple that moved into their old home. 10+

The Addams Family: The strange and unusual Addams family meets a man who claims to be their long lost Uncle Fester. 10+

And for the small fry:
Pooh’s Heffalump Halloween Movie: Pooh’s friend Lumpy the Heffalump is about to experience his first Halloween and is excited to go trick-or-treating…
that is until everyone winds up getting scared of an imaginary monster. All ages

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown: In this 1966 cartoon classic, the Peanuts crew celebrates Halloween, Charlie Brown gets invited to a party and
Linus anticipates the arrival of the Great Pumpkin. All ages

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