Halloween 2020 may still be a mystery as the pandemic continues, but many people are already spreading some fall-loving fun as September begins. From posting their favorite pumpkin-inspired recipes to bringing out the Halloween decor, people are ready for the haunted holiday. While typical activities like haunted houses and mazes may be out of your holiday lineup, there’s still an endless amount of Halloween content to stream. Check out the Halloween movies you can watch now on Disney Plus.
Halloween Classics on Disney+
Halloweentown (and Three Sequels)
In Halloweentown (1998), Kimberly J. Brown stars as Marnie, who discovers she comes from a family of witches. She follows her grandma to her home of Halloweentown with her siblings and finds herself having to save the community from an evil warlock. The other three films of the franchise are also on Disney +: Halloweentown II, Halloweentown High, and Return to Halloweentown.
Eddie Murphy stars as an overworked real estate agent who is ready to take a holiday with his family. On his way to vacation, however, he stops at a mansion to close the deal. The family soon realizes the mansion is haunted and they are tasked with breaking the curse and setting its residents free.
There’s no Halloween movie marathon without the iconic 1993 film, Hocus Pocus. The film stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy as three evil sister witches who are back from the dead after a teen lights the black flame candle. Once resurrected, the coven is out to steal the souls of the children in Salem, Massachusetts. Fun fact: This movie was directed by the man who brought the High School Musical franchise to life, Kenny Ortega.
Twitches and Twitches Too
When long-lost twins Alex and Camryn turn 21, they discover that their unusual powers double in strength when they work together. Their magical witch powers continue in the movie’s sequel, Twitches Too, which is also streaming on Disney+.
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Victor Frankenstein is a young child who keeps to himself at school. When his only friend, his dog Sparky, passes away, Victor gets the idea to conduct an experiment to resurrect his furry friend. While he succeeds, his classmates use his invention to resurrect more animals and create chaos. Bonus: The original 1984 film Frankenweenie is also on the platform.
The Nightmare Before Christmas
When Pumpkin King Jack Skellington becomes bored with the same old scare-and-scream routine, he longs to spread the joy of Christmas. However, his mission threatens Santa and creates a nightmare for little boys and girls everywhere.
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Don’t Look Under the Bed
Teen Frances McCausland can’t be bothered to believe in the supernatural until she realizes that the Boogeyman is to blame for mischief happening around town.
Mom’s Got a Date With a Vampire
The Hansen siblings have big plans for the night, but find themselves grounded. In order to distract their mom and sneak out, they set her up on a date. However, they find out the mystery man is actually a vampire and their evening of fun transforms into saving their mom’s life.
Phantom of the Megaplex
No exactly a Phantom of the Opera (or Phantom of the Paradise) musical, but a super fun ride nevertheless. When teen Pete Riley and the rest of his coworkers at the movie theater are preparing for a star-studded premiere, a series of spooky occurrences brings new life to the myth of the grounds being haunted.
Z-O-M-B-I-E-S and Z-O-M-B-I-E-S 2
When zombies no longer crave human brains, Seabrook High brings undead teens to campus. One zombie teen and one popular cheerleader team up to show the bigoted community the power of coming together and being accepting of each other’s differences. Disney+ also has its sequel for streaming.