Theodoros II | 25 Halloween Movies For Those Who Can’t Handle Horror Films
So what happens if just the thought of horror movies and graphic scenes of violence make you nearly pass out from the gore and fear? We have the solution to your problem; here are 25 amazing Halloween movies that combine humor with horror in the most joyful, cheerful way possible.
Now this is a list I can get behind. Below are some of the highlights in case you don’t want to go through the whole list. Happy Halloween!
- Corpse Bride
- Monster House
- Hocus Pocus
17 thoughts on “9 Halloween Movies For People Who Hate Horror Films”
I would also add HORNS. The Daniel Radcliffe movie I mean.
The whole list!
The Addams Family
Frankenstein Junior (AKA Young Frankenstein)
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken
Dracula: Dead and Loving It
The Good Witch
From Time to Time
The Monster Squad
The Haunted Mansion
The Great Ghost Rescue
Isn’t Gremlins a Christmas movie?
I’ve always watched it for both, like I do The Nightmare before Christmas. The good thing for the creators of those movies is that they’re acceptably from October to December!
Good good point.
The Nightmare Before Christmas!
Edward Scissorhands, baby.
This is a better list than mine but I do wonder if mine inspired yours?! http://bit.ly/1sSfVen
Either way – good work
I don’t think it’s Jon’s list, I think he’s just sharing it and linking to the original site.
Good list but 1944’s Arsenic and Old Lace, directed by Frank Capra and starring Cary Grant should at least be on the list of 25, and I would put it near the Top of my own Top 10 list.
We watched Arsenic and Old Lace in one of my high school english classes. Definitely need to crank out the old VCR for a rewetting…
The witches with Anjelica Huston.
I love that one! Definitely a Halloween staple in my family!
It’s amazing from Roald Dahl’s novel.
Thank god someone else loves that movie.
Of course!! A great movie