October is here and that means Halloween is in full swing. Pumpkins are carved, candles are lit, and many people are trying to decide which horror movies to watch over the next few weeks. However, not everyone who loves Halloween is into stories of slashes, possession, blood, or ghosts. Some people like their horror on the mild side. Others have families with young children who may not be ready for all this stuff. That’s OK, because there are plenty of family-friendly ghosts to enjoy this Halloween season, and many of them are flocking to Disney+.
Disney+ has established itself as a go-to for families, and that could apply to the Halloween season as well. There are plenty of titles in the service that deal with witches, spirits, ghosts, monsters, and the undead. Whether you’re looking for something to watch on movie night or a TV show to indulge in all month, there’s something scary to find at Disney+.
While there’s plenty to sort out on the service, we’ve compiled a list of the 10 best Halloween movies and shows currently available on Disney+, which should be plenty to get you started.
Check out the full list below!
Hawkeye Boxes (1 and 2)
Let’s just get the most obvious of them off the bat. hocus pocus It’s become a hugely popular Halloween classic since its release in 1993. The movie is a must-see in every season of Spooky, and the popularity gained over time has been enough to warrant a brand-new sequel from Disney, which has just been released exclusively from Disney+.
hocus pocus 2 It doesn’t have the same iconic status as its predecessor at this point, but it’s still a fun sequel that pairs well with the original as a double take. There is nothing quite like the Sanderson sisters.
Haunted Mansion The Muppets
We apologize to Eddie Murphy, but the Muppets made the best adaptation of the beloved Disney screen Haunted Palace Attractive yet. Haunted Mansion The Muppets It really is the best of both worlds represented in its title. It has all the great laughs of the great Muppets title, while bringing everything we love about it to life Haunted Palace.
If you can’t get enough of Disney’s scariest attraction, you can also watch 2003 Haunted Palace Adaptation to Disney+. It’s not very good, but it’s the only other option even new Haunted Palace It hits theaters in 2023.
The Simpsons: The Tree House of Horror
There may not be a show on TV that does Halloween as well The Simpsons. Starting in the second season, The Simpsons A Halloween-themed episode began airing in October, with each episode featuring three small and spooky stories. 30 years later, creepy tree house It remains one of the most popular Halloween specials every year.
every episode of The Simpsons: The Tree House of Horror Which has already been streamed is available to stream on Disney+. The service made it easy to find them all by placing them in their Halloween hub.
For a lot of people in their 30s and 40s, the original Disney Channel movies were a staple of their adolescence. Movies made for TV have a weak place in our hearts after all these years, and a few of them have gained lasting popularity Halloween Town.
The film follows a girl named Marnie as she travels with her grandmother – a good witch – to a world called Halloweentown, where ghouls and goblins live normal lives. There are four Halloween Town Movies total, all streamed on Disney+.
If you haven’t seen Gravity Falls Before, now would be a great time to get started. The two-season series is a masterful work of television animation, telling beautiful stories while constantly blending in supernatural and otherworldly elements. It is an animated series about a family that is heavily inspired by Twin Peaks And the unknown files-Can’t you love him?
This movie is easily the biggest punch in this entire list. The classic Tim Burton stop-motion movie begins with the death of a lovable boy dog, only for this boy to go into a crazy world and bring the dog back to life. It’s a wild adventure that scratches the Frankenstein itch, but it’s also an incredibly moving movie for younger viewers.
Frankinweni He deals directly with themes of loss, grief, and the fragility of our mortality in ways that young people can understand. It can be a tough watch at times, but it’s also very important.
OK, Cruella Not a traditional Halloween movie in any sense of the word. It’s not scary, it deals with anything supernatural, and it doesn’t even happen during a specific time of the year.
But when it comes to the spirit of Halloween in the real world, Cruella It has a lot to offer. Characterized by deception and lavish costumes, the film evokes the vibes of Halloween night. If you don’t like any kind of ghouls, ghosts, stalkers or witches, Cruella It is the Halloween choice for you.
owl house looks like a mixture of Gravity Falls And all the good things in Halloween Town. The series revolves around a girl who is transported to a world more terrifying than her own, where she befriends a witch and a young warrior king.
The first two seasons of owl house Already on Disney+, the third and final season premieres on Disney Channel and Disney XD on October 15.
horror game story
Everyone loves Toy Story, truly? The beloved Pixar franchise is one of the most beloved anime properties of all time, but some fans may not realize it Toy Story He actually released a Halloween special in 2013 with all the main stars of the franchise.
horror game story Not too scary by any means, but it’s drenched in the spooky spirit of the season. All the beloved games start the featured show in a roadside hotel, but suddenly they start to disappear one by one. It’s a great Halloween special for fans of any age, but this is an especially great option if you’re looking for something to watch with really young kids.
Nightmare Before Christmas
Before anyone starts arguing, this is a Christmas and Halloween movie. Nightmare Before Christmas It became an iconic watch during the two holiday seasons, a music scene that could only come to the minds of Tim Burton, Henry Selleck and Danny Elfman. It’s impossible not to have “This Is Halloween” stuck in your head at least once during the month of October.
Disney+ just released a lyrical version of Nightmare Before Christmas at the end of last month, giving old fans a new experience this year. If you have already watched the classic Selick movie and want more stop motion quality, James and the giant peach It’s also on Disney+ and should help scratch that itch.