Today I’m excited to share with you a list of all the great Halloween movies on Disney+!
If any year is a good year to watch a bunch of Halloween movies, this is the season! Thanks to Disney+ we’ve been handling staying inside a bit better, and now that it’s fall there’s no shortage of Halloween Movies on Disney+. Between fan favorites like Hocus Pocus, and lesser known spooky films such as the Ghosts of Buxley Hall, there’s a movie for everyone.
Whether you decide to do a binge-watching weekend or you spread it out throughout the month of October, Disney+ has you covered. And so do I! I’ve created this list of Halloween related movies – some that are outright Halloween, some that are just spooky or involve fantastical creatures, and few Halloween themed comedies as well!
If you think you want to tackle a Halloween Disney movie a day, I’ve also created this fun calendar. Click here to download a printable version!
Trick or Treat
This one is actually a short, but it features Donald Duck and his nephews getting up to lots of Halloween tricks!
The Scream Team
While a town prepares for their Halloween festival, two kids discover that ghosts exist there!
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
A classic, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” is an iconic story for Halloween.
Halloween is a great time for villains, so it makes sense to watch Descendants!
Made in 1986, a family moves into a house before they are warned about the ghostly Mr. Boogedy.
Bride of Boogedy
Follow up Mr. Boogedy by watching the sequel, Bride of Boogedy!
Tia and Tamera Mowry star as twins who discover on their 21st birthday they actually have some witchy powers!
Another one with a sequel!
The Black Cauldron
While it may not be Disney’s finest work of animation, the Black Cauldron does have one of the most frightening villains with the Horned King.
The Haunted Mansion
Loosely inspired by the theme park ride, the Haunted Mansion is also a movie starring Eddie Murphy.
October is the time for villains, and Maleficent is one of the most evil in the original tale.
Kind of like Frankenstein, but with a dog! The 1984 version is a short film, about 25 minutes long.
Follow it up with the 2012 version, a full length movie with a more comedic twist.
Once the government found a way to stop zombies from eating brains, they’re allowed to integrate into human life… including high school!
Yup, there’s a sequel – and this time werewolves are involved.
Mom’s Got a Date with a Vampire
The kids want to get their mom out of the house, so they set her up on a date… with a man who might be a vampire. Shenanigans!
In this popular Halloween movie, Marnie travels to Halloweentown and soon discovers that she herself is a witch.
There’s a sequel – in this one an evil warlock plots to turn every human dressed up for Halloween into whatever costume they’re wearing.
And a third one – this time in high school!
Return to Halloweentown
Yup, we even get a fourth one… this time Marnie is all grown up and headed to Witch University.
Girl vs. Monster
The title pretty much says it all – when Skylar’s monster hunter parents are trapped, she has to take over their monster hunting duties.
The Ghosts of Buxley Hall
If ghosts are more your speed, you’ll find some friendly ones at Buxley Hall!
Phantom of the Megaplex
An updated version of Phantom of the Opera involves teenagers, a movie theater, and a potential phantom.
The Nightmare Before Christmas
One of the great Disney Halloween movies, this work by Tim Burton is spooky and features a great soundtrack.
The Cat from Outer Space
One of those old “so bad it’s actually entertaining movies,” an alien cat needs the help of a few humans to fix his spaceship and return home.
Escape from Witch Mountain
Two psychic siblings work to figure out where they really came from in this fantastical film.
Return to Witch Mountain
Yup, another sequel! This time the brother and sister duo need to save the city of Los Angeles from destruction.
Don’t Look Under the Bed
We’ve had movies on this list with witches, werewolves, and zombies… and now it’s time for one with the boogeyman.
Mickey Mouse shorts
The new Mickey Mouse shorts have several features that are great for Halloween, including “Ghoul Friend,” “Black and White,” and “Entombed.”
Coco is a fabulous movie to watch around this time of year, with its focus on Dia De Los Muertos.
And on Halloween itself, put on a fan favorite and watch Hocus Pocus!
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Which of these Halloween Movies on Disney+ have you watched?