The wind is howling. The leaves are blowing across the lawn. Pumpkins and witches and ghosts adorn doorways in your neighbbourhood. Halloween is almost here. Get into the spirit of the season with these Fabulous Halloween movies kids can enjoy along with mom and dad.
|The Adams Family|
Join The Adams Family, Morticia, Gomez, Wednesday and Pugsley Adams, in their creepy house as they are reunited with long lost Uncle Fester. Toss in a detached hand as a pet and a servant who doesn’t speak and you’re in for a little spooky fun. $12.74 Cdn.
|The Ghost and Mister Chicken|
In The Ghost and Mister Chicken, Luther works as a typesetter at a small town newspaper but has big dreams of being a full-fledged reporter. His moment of glory arrives when he’s asked to write about sleeping in a haunted house. The problem is Luther is a chicken. Will he be able to spend a night in the house? Is it really haunted? An old classic that is sure to be a new classic in your home. $22.08 Cdn (The Don Knotts Reluctant Hero Pack)
More than 300 years ago, 3 witches were sentenced to die in Salem, Massachusetts and a boy was turned into a cat. Now it’s Halloween, and the witches are back. This time, they’ve got their eyes on immortal life and have turned their wrath on trick-or-treaters and it’s up to the 300-year-old cat to save the day in the movie Hocus Pocus. (source IMDB) $13.99 Cdn
|It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown|
Halloween just isn’t complete without watching It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown. From Charlie Brown’s Halloween costume full of holes and Linus’ devotion to The Great Pumpkin, you’ll love following these kids through their Halloween experience. $16.99 Cdn
|Wallace and Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit|
It’s just days before the annual Giant Vegetable Competition and something is attaking the towns vegetable plots. In The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, Wallace and Grommit, who run a humane pest control business, are asked to help solve the problem. A full-length film featuring Nick Park’s claymation pals. $9.99 Cdn
|Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh and Spookable Pooh|
Young and old will enjoy these two Winnie the Pooh Halloween shows. Frankenpooh, Pooh and his friends go a-spooking in the Hundred Acre Woods in three tales while in Spookable Pooh, Pooh bear has a ghostly adventure with his Hundred-Acre Woods pals in this animated Halloween trick-or-treat. $21.24 Cdn
|Goosebumps: The Blog that Ate Everyone|
Fans of the Goosebump books will enjoy two new movies under the same series: The Blog that Ate Everyone and Go Eat Worms. Each of these frightful DVDs includes three terrifying Goosebumps episodes $14.43 Cdn each
|50 Years of Psycho|
Okay, this isn’t for the kids but sometimes mom and dad need a good scare too. After the kids have gone to bed join the Master of Suspense on a chilling journey as an unsuspecting victim visits the Bates Motel and falls prey to one of cinema’s most notorious psychopaths – Norman Bates. To celebrate 50 years of Psycho a special 50th anniversary edition has been released. $20.14 Cdn