Watching Halloween Movies with Candy
As someone who DOESN'T have cable, the one thing I do miss every holiday season is Freeform's Halloween movie schedule.  Luckily I have Netflix, Hulu and Prime so I don't feel like I'm missing out on too much.  I do have a list of movies/shows that I like watch each October.  If you're a true Halloween fan, you've probably seen all of these, but I've rounded up my recommendations to get you in the spirit on Halloween and even after!

What To Watch On Halloween 

Hocus Pocus
Hocus Pocus is THE quintessential Halloween movie. I've already watched it 3 times this month, but really, is there such a thing as too much Hocus Pocus?  It's so comical and has a great cast!

The Nightmare Before Christmas
Another classic (though I prefer The Corpse Bride.)  I love the animation and story for both!

Haunted Mansion
This is so cheesy, yet it entertains me every time. Plus I'm a sucker for all things Disney and this is no exception!

The Witches
This Angelica Houston classic is one that I had forgotten about until my sister resurrected it last Halloween.  Worth watching if you haven't seen it in a while (or at all!)

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Netflix has really come through this Halloween and I just finished watching the new version of Sabrina.  It is so different from the comedy I grew up with.  However I loved how dark and chilling this was and after the ending, I am ready for Season 2 to happen right now.  With just 10 episodes, it's easy to get through the series quickly and I definitely recommend it to any Riverdale fans.

The Haunting of Hill House
If you're wondering what I'll be doing tomorrow, I'll be eating all the Oreo candy bars and watching The Haunting of Hill House.  I have gotten so many recommendations for this so obviously I've been saving the best for last!

Laura / Charade
If you're a fan of classic movies and/or looking for something a little different, these two are some of my favorites! Laura is film noir and Charade features my favorite Audrey Hepburn.  They are both more mysterious than spooky but so good.

The list could go on and on.  I know the Halloween movie/show list is pretty extensive, but I'm not into super-scary, gory, creepy movies.  I would love to know your recommendations because I'm always looking for new things to watch!