Grab your popcorn and get ready to binge the best Halloween movies Disney+ has to offer.
As we count towards the days leading up to Halloween, what better way to celebrate than binging some of the most iconic movies to get you in the spirits?! With our list of 20 spooky movies to watch on Disney+, you’ll surely be entertained up until October 31st!
1. Hocus Pocus
Everyone loves this Halloween classic featuring three witches’ (played by Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy) chance at immortality. Can the teenagers who set them free steal the witches’ spell book in time to stop them?
2. Nightmare Before Christmas
Tim Burton’s masterpiece follows Jack Skellington, Halloweentown’s Pumpkin King, on his discovery of Christmastown. Jack has grown tired of his annual routine in scaring others so he attempts to steal Christmas and kidnap Santa Claus. But can this skeleton handle the responsibility of Christmas or is he meant to stay in his own world of Halloweentown?
Marnie and her younger brother and sister are living a “normal human” life under their mother’s rules, until one day they decide to follow their Grandma home to Halloweentown. Suddenly Marnie’s world is turned upside down as she uncovers more about her family’s secrets and discovers she is a witch herself. Soon after the discovery, Halloweentown is threatened by evil and it’s up to Marnie and her family to save the town.
4. Halloweentown II Kalabar’s Revenge
If you couldn’t get enough of the first one don’t fear, there’s a second! It’s a race against the clock for Marnie as she tries to prevent an evil warlock from turning everyone into their Halloween costumes and destroying Halloweentown before midnight.
In this Disney favorite, Tia and Tamara Mowry play two twin sisters who are reunited on their 21st birthday only to discover they have magical powers. The fun doesn’t last long as the forces of darkness threaten their kingdom. Can they work together after only just meeting to save it along with their own mother?
6. The Haunted Mansion
Eddie Murphy plays real estate agent Jim Evers, who promises his family a vacation except on the way they must take a detour to an old mansion Jim is supposed to sell. The family soon comes to find out that the mansion is haunted as they must work together to break the curse that has been placed on the house for years.
7. The Scream Team
In a small New England town, siblings Ian and Clare Carlyle uncover restless ghosts. The two come to realize their hometown serves as a halfway house for spirits that must make good of themselves on Earth before entering Heaven.
8. Monster’s Inc.
Who could forget one of the most iconic, monstrous movies of them all? Go back into your childhood as you watch the adventures of Sully and Mike as they help Boo return back to the human world.
9. Girl Vs Monster
Did you ever secretly wish that you came from a family line of monster hunters? One Halloween night, tween Skylar Lewis, played by Olivia Holt, learns that she comes from five generations of monster hunters and before she uncovers more the monsters are already out to get her.
10. Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Forget about a magic carpet, this movie has a magic flying bed! Setting place in London during the Battle of Britain, an apprentice witch, a London con-man, and three children travel to a fantasy land in efforts to defeat the Nazi soldiers.
Left with grief from the loss of his dog Sparky, Victor Frankenstein attempts to resurrect his best friend. All goes right until his classmates try to do the same and bring back other dead animals to life.
12. Alice Through the Looking Glass
A spin-off of the original, Alice lands back in the Underland and attempts to travel back in time to save the Mad Hatter’s loved ones.
13. James and the Giant Peach
Inspired by Roald Dahl’s childrens story, James escapes his evil aunts after discovering a giant magical peach. He sets sail, along with a group of talking insects, for New York City.
14. Escape to Witch Mountain
Originally released in 1975, two psychic twins draw the attention of a millionaire who kidnaps them to try and capitalize on their powers. The two kids escape their kidnapper with the help of a widower as they uncover more about their supernatural abilities.
15. Mom’s Got A Date With A Vampire
Trying to fulfill their social plans while grounded just got a little easier for the Hansen kids as they plan to go out while their mom has a date. Except, this date is with no normal human, it’s with a vampire!
16. Don’t Look Under The Bed
A non-believer in all things paranormal, Frances Bacon McCausland changes her views when she faces a boogeyman under her bed. Her neighborhood is then plagued with disastrous pranks all pointing towards the boogeyman except the whole town thinks it’s her!
17. Phantom of the Megaplex
Teenager Pete Riley gets a job at his local movie theater. Excited to share his job with friends, they join in him for a premiere of Hollywood’s newest release, except all doesn’t go according to plan. New employee Pete has to face defective equipment and a disappearing staff.
18. Stepsister From Planet Weird
Upset by the addition of a strange stepsister and stepfather, Megan tries to sabotage her mother’s wedding. Her new stepsister and stepfather turn out to be even more estranged from her family as Megan discovers they are from a different planet.
In a world where zombies can now resist the urge to eat humans, the two species are set to coexist. With troubling divisions at first, a cheerleader and a zombie show their town the power of coming together.
Under the same direction as High School Musical, Kenny Ortega takes viewers to a fantasy land where all of the evilest villains and their children have been banished to live. Four of the most notorious villain’s kids get the chance to experience life beyond the isle as they attempt to capture Fairy Godmother’s wand and free their parents. However, the teenagers discover evil may not be the solution for everything.
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