Halloween? I know you’re thinking about how Trick or Treatin’ is for kids and gory movies are for adults—well, that’s the protocol.
But let’s do some alterations, shall we?
Kids can enjoy the Halloween spirit without exposing them to those bloody or ultra-violent images that’ll flash on the screen. For a child-friendly Halloween movie marathon, grab a pen and paper and start listing.
Coraline is a little girl left alone in a foreign house she and her family just moved in.
The film scenes will make you hang on to your seats, anticipate any sudden movements, and try you to keep up with Coraline’s dangerous curiosity.
This is actually the perfect plot for kids who likes to play around and doesn’t listen to their parents. Sounds familiar?
We all had our own beloved pets as a kid (or even as of now) and this Tim Burton masterpiece tells the story of a young boy who went beyond borders just to revive his beloved dog from death.
From the title itself, it’ll sure give you a clue about the plot. A break from the classic Frankenstein, this spinoff film will give you something heart-wrenching and nostalgic.
We all had enough dose of our own encounters with haunted house, unwanted ghosts, and residing serial killer stories ever since—so prepare yourself for a jaw-dropping revelation and join the dreadful adventure of the trio as they unfold the story behind the real killer, the Monster House.
Directed by Tim Burton and Mike Johnson, this story delivers an entirely different dimension with a groom-to-be who accidentally stumbled his way to the world of the dead and meets his “another” bride.
Watch as Victor says his vow to his bride-to-be and let the oddity of the Corpse Bride win the every kid’s heart and maybe even yours too.