Where to Stream Your Favorite Halloween Movies

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Halloween movies are the best way to take advantage of the spooky season. From classic horror flicks to funnier movies, there are so many great options to choose from. The only challenge is finding ways to watch each movie so VALLEY has compiled a list of where to find the best spooky movies. 

Netflix:
Hubie Halloween
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Adam Sandler, Kevin James, and Julie Bowen star in this new Netflix original about a man trying to save his town on Halloween.

The Addams Family
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They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky! Angelica Houston, Christina Ricci and Christopher Lloyd star in the 1998 version of this dark comedy.

Sleepy Hollow
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Johnny Depp plays detective Ichabod Crane, sent to a small town to investigate a series of beheadings.

Sinister
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True-crime writer Ellison Oswalt finds a box of eery Super 8 home movies, leading him to believe the murder he’s researching is the work of a serial killer from the 1960s.

The Silence of the Lambs
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A young F.B.I. cadet must receive the help of an incarcerated and manipulative cannibal killer to help catch another serial killer who skins his victims.

Would You Rather
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This classic game takes a deadly turn when a group of people have to compete against each other to please a sadistic aristocrat.

Hulu:
The Cabin in the Woods
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This twisted thriller follows five college friends who get more than they bargained for on their secluded weekend in the woods. You’ll never guess what’s really going on as people start disappearing one by one.

Children of the Corn
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This classic horror movie is based on Stephen King’s novel of the same title. Even though it’s been remade countless times, nothing can beat the original from 1984.

The Ring
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A reporter seeks to uncover the mystery behind a deadly video that kills anyone who dares to watch it.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre
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A young woman inherits an estate in Texas from a distant relative. But she has no idea about the horrors that await her in the mansion’s eerie basement.

Pet Semetary
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A family moves to the countryside and discovers a strange burial ground behind their home, hiding a dark secret.

Disney +:
Hocus Pocus
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This 1993 classic follows three wacky witches, the Sanderson sisters. After three teens accidentally bring the trio back on Halloween, the witches run amuck on their town.

The Nightmare Before Christmas
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Pumpkin King Jack Skellington is bored with the mundane scares of Halloween so he tries to bring some of the Christmas spirits to his town. Chaos ensues as a result in this classic Tim Burton movie.

The Haunted Mansion

Eddie Murphy stars in this spooky tale of a real estate agent who, along with his wife and two children, tries to rescue a historic haunted mansion from its cursed existence.

Twitches
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Twins witches Alex and Camryn, were separated at birth and find each other on their 21st birthdays. This leads to an exciting new world of possibilities and discoveries. The twins further hone their magical abilities in “Twitches Too”, which is also on Disney +.

Frankenweenie
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When a boy’s beloved dog dies, he decides to try and bring him back. In this black-and-white Tim Burton film based on “Frankenstein” will be sure to entertain the whole family.

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