Not-So-Scary Halloween Classics for Spooky Season

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“Hocus Pocus” (1993)

Disney’s Halloween classic tells the story of three crazy witches’ return to Salem, Mass., 300 years later and the mischief they bring.

“It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” (1966)

The animated TV special, a short 25 minutes, tells the adventures of the Peanuts characters on Halloween night.

 

“Casper” (1995)

Paranormal expert James Harvey and his daughter Kat move into the Whipstaff Manor, an old, spooky mansion. Kat befriends the friendly ghost, Casper as her father investigates the other mischievous ghosts.

 

“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (1992)

High school cheerleader Buffy fulfills her vampire-hunting destiny.

 

“Hotel Transylvania” (2012)

An animated family comedy about Dracula’s high-end resort for the world’s monsters. When a human man unexpectedly discovers the villainous hotel, chaos ensues.

 

“Zombieland” (2009)

An unlikely group must band together to survive the zombie apocalypse. The film’s comedy offsets its violence and horror.

 

“Ghostbusters” (1984 & 2016)

The 1984 original and the 2016 remake are comical films about ghost hunters in New York City who discover another dimension.  

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