The best Halloween movies to stream on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and more

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Halloween movies are a thrilling watch year-round, but there’s no better time to enjoy them than when chillier temperatures settle in. Especially this year, with the changing the way we partake in classic Halloween activities , you might need something to transport you to fictional places where the horrifying stuff isn’t actually real. (We all cope differently, right?)

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Here are our top picks for the scariest, creepiest and sometimes silliest films to stream or watch on demand on platforms including , , ,  Video,  and others. We’ve noted which of these films require higher-tier streaming subscriptions like , or a Showtime or Cinemax add-on.

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Hulu

Disney

Hulu started life as a joint venture between ABC, NBC and Fox. Since Disney (ABC’s parent) absorbed most of the Fox Entertainment properties, however, it’s been buying out its remaining partners and converting Hulu to more of a Disney Plus for adults. As such, you can watch the movies below with their full, R-rated gore intact. The baseline subscription includes commercials, and you can also bundle this with Disney’s other online properties, Disney Plus and ESPN Plus.

 (2009)

(Available on Hulu Plus Live TV. Also available on Peacock.) We always appreciate a well-done horror comedy! You can catch the sequel, Zombieland Double Tap, on Starz.

(1984)

(Also available on .) Something about murderous children in a cornfield just feels autumnal. 

(2008)

It’s a Swedish film about a little girl vampire. Are we selling it? It’s fantastic, trust us. 

(1987)

(Also available on Tubi.) We don’t particularly get this franchise, but Hellraiser viewing parties are a pretty common Halloween activity. You do you.

(2019)

Quite frankly, this adaptation isn’t the greatest, but then again neither was the first one. Still it definitely has some chilling moments.

(2009) 

(Available with Showtime add-on.) The first Paranormal Activity was pretty unnerving. It might be worth a revisit this Halloween. 

 (2017) 

(Available on Hulu Plus Live TV starting Oct. 7.) We refuse to fact-check this, but Get Out is possibly the only Oscar winner on this list. That’s inaccurate. Ruth Gordon won an Oscar for Rosemary’s Baby. And xxx mature milfs in hi heels The Silence of the Lambs won like 5 Academy Awards too. Are you happy? Get Out is fantastic though.

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Get Out 

Universal Pictures

(1993)

Our 8-year-old selves still believe deep down this is the greatest Halloween movie ever made. Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, please, please return to making films.

(2007) 

This Korean creature feature is easily one of the best films on this list.  

 (2013)

As far as haunted house movies go, this one is better than The Amityville Horror, but not quite as good as The Conjuring.

 (2015)

(Available on Hulu Plus Live TV starting Oct. 8.) Once again we learn abstinence is the only way to prevent slow-moving nightmare monsters from trying to kill you. What a helpful PSA!

 (1984)

(Available on Hulu Plus Live TV.) This is the part where you stop reading the article and immediately go put on Ghostbusters. Don’t worry, this article isn’t going anywhere. We’ll wait. 

 (2016)

(Available on Hulu Plus Live TV.) Rebecca’s mom really loves the Madea movies. And who are we to deny you options?

 (2004)

(Available on Hulu Plus Live TV.) On the one hand, it’s a pretty good remake. On the other hand, Zack Snyder directed it. Your call.

 (1990) 

(Available with Cinemax add-on.) Don’t you want to finally understand what a “Jacob’s Ladder scenario” actually is?

(2018)

Ever since Dead Snow came out, we are always 100% down for any movie with Nazi zombies. 

 (1995)

(Available on Hulu plus Live TV. Also available on Spectrum.) It’s possible Rebecca has seen this film more than any other film on this list. Don’t judge!

 (2004)

(Available on Hulu with Cinemax add-on.) If you plan on watching Saw, we also recommend checking out  with screenwriter Leigh Whannell. He tells us about his 5-year-old’s bedtime story demands and let’s just say, twisted storytelling definitely runs in the family.

Netflix

Netflix hardly needs an introduction, but the biggest streaming service out there remains a mixture of TV shows and movies, including content licensed from other studios and a growing stable of originals. 

(2017)

We probably didn’t need a family-friendly version of The Omen, but we enjoyed it nevertheless.

(2017)

If you’ve come to this list looking for the scariest horror films, watch this one. Maybe with the lights on. 

 (1990)

Anjelica Huston is majestic in this Roald Dahl adaptation.

(2006)

Even if you’re not into super dark films, the storyline in this Guillermo del Toro masterpiece will be enough to win you over.

(1982)

One of our favorites and Zelda Rubinstein’s performance is really just the cherry on top.

(2016)

This is probably the most under-the-radar film on this list, but it’s absolutely worth your time.

(2018)

Certain horror fans find themselves disappointed when the “big sexy women xxx bad” turns out to be metaphorical. Don’t worry, this one has a satisfying “actual monster” payoff.

(2014)

This movie is carried by Mark Duplass and his amazingly sinister face. A delightfully creepy watch.

 (2009)

(Also available on Spectrum.) Ghost movies are great for Halloween, right?

HBO Max

Universal Pictures

Already subscribe to HBO? You can . Think of it as (wait for it) “HBO Plus” — everything on HBO, plus a bunch of additional back catalog and exclusives from Warner’s catalog, as well as some nice licensed exclusives like Doctor Who and the Studio Ghibli library. 

 (1975)

Shark movie!!! Sorry, didn’t mean to get that excited. But we did see The Meg on opening weekend. Are you a “shark movie” person? No better time to find out!   

 (2001) 

Possibly the last time we found the ending to a horror film surprising. 

 (2001)

I (Rebecca) thought this movie was really scary when I was 13. It might still be scary. There’s really no way of knowing these things. 

(1979)

We all know the saying, “In space, no one can hear you scream,” but your neighbors will definitely be able to hear you scream while watching this on your couch.

(1986)

It’s pretty rare with a horror masterpiece to stumble upon a masterpiece of a sequel, especially with a different director. Thanks, James Cameron!

(1981)

John Landis doesn’t get enough credit for being able to blend horror and comedy.

(2019)

While The Shining is probably the favorite horror film of many and may not have needed a sequel, it’s one of the better Stephen King adaptations in recent years.

(2019)

A very enjoyable example of a dark comedy and horror mashup.

Disney Plus

Disney

You know … for kids! It’s probably not the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of “horror,” as nothing here eclipses PG-13 scares. But it also has the full libraries for everything from Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar and The Simpsons, to name just a few of the big sexy women xxx content silos you’ll find here. As with Hulu, you can subscribe to this solo, or as a Disney/Hulu/ESPN bundle.

 (1993)

A cult classic you can finally stream. 

 (1993)

(Also available on Hulu Plus Live TV. If you loved this post and you want to receive much more information regarding boogie man xxx porn please visit our own webpage. ) It’s really a Christmas movie, but also you should be watching it year-round.

(2017) 

This vibrant, touching film brings Day of the Dead to life in the most beautiful way.

(2005)

Maybe it’s the nostalgia talking, but this is simply a Disney classic.

(1998) 

Feel-good and Halloween don’t always go hand in hand, but this nostalgic Halloween classic always warms our witchy little hearts.

(2000)

As if trusting her new beau wasn’t hard enough already.

Peacock

Warner Bros. Pictures

Peacock is NBCUniversal’s recently launched streaming app that includes several free movies and TV shows. Paying customers can unlock the platform’s full library of content, and can also pay a little more to go ad-free. 

(2004)

You should really watch/rewatch them all, but the third film does have the most Halloween-y vibe. 

 (1931)

You can’t get more classic than Frankenstein!

 (2013)

We love a good dystopian film.

(1931)

Another for the classics fans.

Tubi

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This ad-supported network offers a range of free TV shows and movies. It’s available on devices including Roku and Amazon Fire TV, as well as on Android and iOS. You won’t need an account to watch content, but creating one enables you to save favorites and resume playback when switching between devices.

(2007)

Is it really Halloween if you haven’t watched a creepy Tim Burton film?

(1974)

A cannibal villain is as horrifying as it gets.

(2016)

Not exactly sure if a flick about a viral outbreak is something you want to watch right now, but if it is, you’re in luck.

Showtime

MGM

Existing Showtime cable subscribers can access all of its content on the Showtime Anytime app on most major app platforms. But you can also get it as a straight streaming app for a monthly fee. (Disclosure: Showtime and CNET are owned by the same parent company, ViacomCBS.)

(1991)

(Also available on Netflix.) This is one of our favorite films to watch on Halloween. Hannibal Lecter is a magnificent villain.

(2008)

If you don’t barf while watching the shaking cameras, it’s a pretty good creature feature. 

 (1968)

This would pair well with The Omen for a Halloween double feature. 

 (2016)

We’re going to throw this out there: More films should be set in the 1600s. Provided they’re as good as The Witch.

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