Even though there's just one week left before Halloween, there's still plenty of to make the most of the spooky season. Here's a list of our favorite Halloween movies, ready and waiting for your next movie marathon. Grab merch inspired by all things spooky and take 13% off until October 31 with code SPOOKY!
"The music is some of my favorite for Spooky Season! I also love the wild art nouveau style of the mansion where Casper and his uncles live. Also, Carrigan Crittenden is a forever mood." - Jordan
Hocus Pocus (1993)
"It's everything kitschy and delightful and goofy about Halloween, and it doesn't take itself seriously. Plus it features a singing Bette Midler!
"Also, The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). I love both holidays and I can basically watch it from October through December." - Melissa
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1999)
"Very specifically a terrible made-for-TV movie version that was on Amazon Prime. It has not a recognizable soul in it, and it makes Ichabod an all-around jerk. It's always tricky to find because it was released the same year the Johnny Depp Sleepy Hollow came out." - Sami
Practical Magic (1998)
"Who doesn’t love the nostalgia of a small town with a witchy family suffering under a love curse? Or the powerhouse cast of Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman, Stockard Channing, and Diane West? This move can fit into three different genres and advocates for chocolate cake for breakfast, earning my immediate seal of approval." - Kylie
The Shining (1980)
"I watch horror movies throughout the year because I love being scared, but I tend to save my rewatch of The Shining for October. It's just so perfect for the spook season. The slow dread and unease, the music cues, the increasingly creepy imagery... It's just so so good. Heck, anytime I see the carpet from the hotel, I just immediately get chills up my spine. It's truly the best.
Also Carrie and Misery and Poltergeist and The Omen and Army of Darkness…" - Leah
"As a 90s kid, there’s very little I love more than a DCOM (that’s Disney Channel Original Movie for the uninitiated), and Halloweentown (and its three sequels) is golden era DCOM. Who doesn’t want Debbie Reynolds to be your cool spooky grandma who’s maybe (definitely) a witch?! Add in some life lessons like “Being normal is vastly overrated” and “All you have to do is want something and then let yourself have it,” plus a dash of a 13-year-old saying “I’m basically an adult!” and you’ve got everything I could ever want in a Halloween movie." - Tori