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#4: Halloweentown and Halloweentown 2 |||| 
Imagine what it would be like to find out that not only do you have magical powers, but your entire family are witches and warlocks? That's what happens to half-human, half-witch Marnie Cromwell when she's visited by her grandmother Aggie. MPAA Rating: G Fun Fright Night Flicks | Halloween | Spoonful #9: Something Wicked This Way Comes |||| 
Enter the mind of Ray Bradbury and find out what happens when your deepest dreams come true — with a twist. Those who appreciate a classic Halloween story will find this film to be right up their "wicked" alley. MPAA Rating: PG Fun Fright Night Flicks | Halloween | Spoonful #7: Hocus Pocus ||||  
Max, who moved with his family from California and hates Halloween and all things associated with it, frees the 17th-century Sanderson Sisters on Halloween eve. It will take all of Max's 20th-century know-how to bring down these witches. MPAA Rating: PG Fun Fright Night Flicks | Halloween | Spoonful #6: The Worst Witch |||| 
If your kids always wanted to learn how to turn their friends into animals and turn themselves invisible, they'll get a kick out of "The Worst Witch," written about 25 years before that other series about a young wizard. MPAA Rating: G Fun Fright Night Flicks | Halloween | Spoonful #3: The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Corpse Bride |||| 
This fantastic Tim Burton flick follows one skinny Halloweentown skeleton, Jack Skellington, as he tries to be as loved as "Sandy Claws." Then make it a double-feature and tune into Burton's stop-motion gem The Corpse Bride. MPAA Rating: PG Fun Fright Night Flicks | Halloween | Spoonful #8: Tower of Terror and The Haunted Mansion |||| 
Have a spooky double feature based on theme park favorites. First, it's Halloween 1939, and five guests at the Hollywood Tower Hotel go into the elevator. Next, 999 happy haunts come to life when Eddie Murphy visits the Haunted Mansion. MPAA Rating: PG Fun Fright Night Flicks | Halloween | Spoonful #1: It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! |||| 
If you haven't watched this Halloween classic in a while, move it to the top of your Fright Night flicks list. This film follows the adventures of Linus as he sits in the pumpkin patch waiting for the Great Pumpkin to arrive. MPAA Rating: Not rated Fun Fright Night Flicks | Halloween | Spoonful #2 Casper |||| Why it’s a great Halloween movie: It’s a sweet story of young girl who, along with her ghost-chasing dad, moves into a creepy mansion where she befriends Casper, the friendly ghost of 12-year-old boy Movies To Watch With Your Kids This Halloween #10 13 Ghosts |||| 
It's campy, it's classic and there's a Oujia board in it! Forget the remake, the original black and white version is a great example of 1960s "horror" movies (so far from horror, your kids will probably find it a lot of fun). MPAA Rating: Not rated Fun Fright Night Flicks | Halloween | Spoonful
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#3: The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Corpse Bride |||| This fantastic Tim Burton flick follows one skinny Halloweentown skeleton, Jack Skellington, as he tries to be as loved as "Sandy Claws." Then make it a double-feature and tune into Burton's stop-motion gem The Corpse Bride. MPAA Rating: PG Fun Fright Night Flicks | Halloween | Spoonful
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