One might think that reanimating your dead dog's corpse is a bit dark for a kid's movie, but Frankenweenie manages to pull it off pretty well, all the while sneaking in a few good life lessons.
The Little Vampire
If you have to move to Scotland and live in a creepy castle like little Tony, we'd suggest finding a vampire buddy ASAP. Is there anything cuter than watching little kids dress up as monsters? That's half the fun of Halloween anyways!
Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone
Really, any Harry Potter film will do for Halloween, but you're going to have better luck avoiding scary territory with the earlier films. The older Harry and his friends get, the darker and more twisted their adventures become. Better stick with the first film and watch a group of 11-year-olds outsmart a three-headed-dog!
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
Those Peanuts sure know how to deliver a good holiday film! A word of warning though, if you're planning to follow Linus' example and stay out in the pumpkin patch all night, bring something warmer than your blanky. And don't be surprised when The Great Pumpkin stands you up!
The Addams Family
If you loved the cartoon, then you'll love this movie adaptation that's just scary enough to fit the mood for Halloween, and just silly enough to keep you from having nightmares. Join Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday, and the entire spooky family for a night of morbidly good fun!
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