1 - CASPER
Everybody’s adorable, friendly ghost helps a teenaged girl (played by Christina Ricci) and her Dad, track down her Mother’s ghost. But while trying to be helpful, Casper falls in love with the girl and wants to bring himself back to life.
Source: IMDB 2 - SCARED SHREKLESS
Shrek and the squad spend the night in Lord Farquaad's haunted castle. Ghost stories, laughs and a rousing rendition of Michael Jackson's “Thriller” choreography make this is a Halloween staple. And who doesn’t love the voices of Mike Myers and Cameron Diaz.
Source: IMDB 3 - IT'S THE GREAT PUMPKIN, CHARLIE BROWN
What can we say about this one? The Peanuts gang star in this cartoon that’s been tradition since 1966. A very dedicated Linus, holds an all-night vigil in a pumpkin patch in an effort to see the Great Pumpkin.
Source: IMDB 4 - BEETLEJUICE
“Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice!” When a new family moves in to a home where ghosts are living, they hire Beetlejuice to scare them away. Beetlejuice has his own agenda thought and it makes for lots of fun gags for the kids. Directed by Tim Burton, who also brought us Edward Scissorhands, Corpse Bride and The Nightmare Before Christmas and Frankenweenie.
Source: IMDB 5 - THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Possibly, my favorite Tim Burton film! Derived from a poem that Burton wrote in 1982, the film is about Jack Skellington. He is “The Pumpkin King” of Halloween Town. He stumbles through a portal to "Christmas Town" and attempts to bring Christmas to his home, but it doesn’t go quite right.
Source: IMDB 6 - THE ADDAMS FAMILY
The be all end all of Halloween fun! The big screen reboot of the 60’s TV show also became an instant classic. This full feature sees the very-odd, Addams clan try to figure out if Fester is an impostor. Christina Ricci slays as Wednesday and Angelica Huston is majestic as Morticia Addams.
Source: IMDB 7 - HOCUS POCUS
A teenager, three wild witches from 17th-century Salem and Halloween night, are the perfect potion to brew up some laughs with Bette Middler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy.
Source: IMDB 8 - HALLOWEEN IS GRINCH NIGHT
Only the real Dr. Seuss fans know that this Emmy-winning, TV cartoon, is the prequel to How The Grinch Stole Christmas. It’s from 1977 and sees a terrible storm hit Whoville and The Grinch terrorizing the Whos on Halloween night.
Source: IMDB 9 - TOY STORY OF TERROR
Buzz and Woody, the famous buddy duo find themselves stranded at a model in nowheresville. What’s worse, toys start disappearing and it’s up to them to solve the spooky mystery.
Source: IMDB 10 - DEAR DRACULA
Young Sam, who is obviously enomaroed with vampires, wants a Dracula figurine. Instead of writing Santa to ask for it as a gift, he writes to Dracula himself! You can imagine what happens next. Even better, the film features the voices of Emilio Estevez and Ray Liotta.
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