The Best Halloween Movies To Stream On Netflix, Prime & Disney+ In 2022
The Best Halloween Movies To Stream On Netflix, Prime & Disney+ In 2022

The Best Halloween Movies To Stream On Netflix, Prime & Disney+ In 2022

Looking for Halloween movies to stream this October? Whether you’re a fan of classic horror movies or slasher movies, scary psychological movies or fun family-friendly Halloween classics, there’s no denying that there’s a tonne of iconic Halloween movies to get you into the spooky spirit.

If you need some help deciding what to watch tonight or watch to add to your Halloween movies wishlist, here are all of the best Halloween movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney+ in 2022 to add to your watchlist for a spooky movie marathon.

Halloween movies on Netflix


If creepy and honestly quite disturbing movies are your thing, add 2019’s Midsommer to your watchlist this Halloween. Directed by Ari Aster and starring Florence Pugh and Will Poulter, Midsommer is horror film that will definetly keep you awake at night.


Labyrinth is a 1986 musical fantasty film directed by Jim Henson and stars David Bowie. The film is so weird and wonderful it’s become a firm Halloween favourite with a cult following, so add this to your watchlist for the year while it’s on Netflix.

The Craft

The Craft is a 1996 supernatural hororr film directed by Andrew Flemming, which has retrospectively become a cult classic with tonnes of fans. It follows the story of four outcast teenage girls who turn to practicing witchcraft and experience the negative repercussions of doing so.

Halloween and Halloween II

You can’t have Halloween without the classic slasher movies of the 70s and 80s and 1978’s Halloween and its 1981 sequal Halloween II are available on Netflix for you to enjoy this Halloween. Regarded as one of the greatest and most influential horror movies of all time, you really can’t have a horror movie marathon without Halloween.

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Halloween movies on Amazon Prime


Tim Burton’s 1998 comedy horror movie starring Winona Ryder and Alec Baldwin and Catherine O’hara has become a firm favourite for Halloween. If you haven’t seen Beetlejuice now’s your chance as it’s streaming on Amazon Prime this halloween!

The Purge

James DeMonaco directed the first instalment in The Purge series, which was released in 2013. It paved the way for the future films and the entire purge concept; in an alternate reality, for one night a year, all crime is made legal. Of course, all hell breaks loose…

The Witches

The 2020 remake of the terrifying 1990 film is directed by Robert Zemeckis and stars Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer and Stanley Tucci. If you’ve seen the original movie you’ll know just how scary the story is, so if you haven’t checked out the latest adaptation now’s your chance as it’s streaming on Amazon Prime.

A Nightmare On Elm Street

If you prefer to watch horror films on Halloween, A Nightmare On Elm Street is a 1984 classic that needs to be on your watchlist every year. This supernatural slasher film is a cult classic following the infamous movie villian Freddie Krueger and you’ll definetly feel scared.


Halloween movies on Disney+

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Is it a Christmas movie or a Halloween movie? It’s debatable, but The Nightmare Before Christmas is a Tim Burton Disney classic. Released back in 1993, The Nightmare Before Christmas has stood the test of time and remains a Halloween fave for Disney fans every year.

Hocus Pocus

This classic 1993 Kenny Ortega movie about 3 300-year-old witches is an absolute classic. Even better that Hocus Pocus 2 has been confirmed with a release for September 2022! So, now’s definetly the time to rewatch the classic which stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy.

Mom’s Got A Date With A Vampire

Released for Halloween 2000, Mom’s Got A Date With A Vampire directed by Steve Boyum is a horror-comedy and is regarded as a Disney Halloween classic. It follows the story of two siblings who set their mum up on a date and as you can guess from the title, things don’t exactly go to plan.


Twins Tia and Tamara Mowry, star in this 2005 Disney Channel classic directed by Stuart Gillard. It follows the story of twin witches who were separated at birth and find each other on their 21st birthday. The sequel Twitches Two is also on Disney+ so you can get a double dose of the classic.


Another Tim Burton movie, 2012’s Frankweenie follows the story of a young boy who brings his dead dog back to life, leading to his friends discovering what he’s done and following suit with their own pets which causes mayhem. Frankenweenie is entirely in black and white, which adds to the eerie Tim Burton signature animation.

Halloweentown, Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge, Halloweentown High and Return To Halloweentown

The Halloweentown franchise (released between 1998-2006) is a series of movies that can’t be missed this Halloween, and they’re all available to stream on Disney+ so you can get your fix! There’s a reason why there are four films in the franchise and that’s because they’re iconic, and you can catch up on all of the fantasy beings who have created their own community.

The Haunted Mansion

Staring Eddie Murphy, The Haunted Mansion was released in 2003 and is based on the Disneyland attraction of the same name. It features a relator who gets stuck in a haunted mansion and tries to resuce it from its cursed existance.

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