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Today’s top ten is a Halloween freebie! And for this topic, I’d like to talk about something other than books. One, because I’m already doing a Halloween readathon, so if you’re interested in books to get in the Halloween spirit, I suggest checking out my Halloween readathon TBR.
Secondly, if there is one thing I love to do on Halloween, it’s holding a movie marathon. So why not talk about movies?
Now, it goes without saying that all the classic slasher movies in any top horror films guide such as Halloween (duh) and Nightmare on Elm Street and creepy horror movies such as Blair Witch Project and The Ring are great Halloween movies. However, even though I used to be obsessed with these kinds of movies, nowadays I find myself leaning more towards the magical movies, the paranormal movies and the kooky ones with a bit of dark humor.
So though I know this is by no means complete and this list could easily be five times as big – still I give you the ten movies I love most to (re)watch around Halloween:
Come on, this is a classic! To this day, it is still hands down my all-time favorite Halloween movie. I can watch this one all year-long, every year!
If there is one slasher series that I love the most, it is this series. When I was in my horror-movie-obsessed phase, I rewatched all these movies religiously. They have just a dash of dark humor and are deliciously meta.
Ah, I love this movie! I love everything about it. Just look at this cute little bat face – how could you not fall in love?
Yes, this is still my favorite creepy witch movie. It’s been too long since I watched it so maybe this is the year I’ll add it to the rewatch pile!
The Addams Family
Come on, sing it with me: they’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky, they’re all together ooky, the Addams family!
Maybe the most gory movie on the list, but it’s another one of my all-time favorites. It has such dark humor, it features a super young Devon Sawa, Jessica Alba and Seth Green and has a cameo performance by The Offspring, who may or may not get killed off. I love this so much more than I should.
Ok, I can pretty much marathon these movies all year long, but something about Halloween always brings them back to mind. I feel like Prisoner of Azkaban especially has the biggest Halloween-vibe going on of all the movies.
If there’s something strange in your neighbourhood, who you call? I haven’t seen the remake yet, so maybe that’s one to watch this year (Have you seen it yet? What did you think?), but the original will always be a classic.
This one may not be super scary or creepy, but it’s still one of my favorite magical, witchy movies. A fun movie to rewatch in October!
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Hi, I’m Lindsey and I’m addicted to the Buffy the Vampire tv show. I’ve watched every episode multiple times and I even enjoy the original movie in all its’ creepy, campy and funny glory!
What are some of your favorite Halloween movies?
Do you tend to go more for the scary slashers or the magically kooky ones?