We like being able to watch age appropriate movies with our kids, so this list is full of non-horror, not-scary Halloween movies that are light-hearted and cute.
We included all of the recommended age ranges listed beside them. We want you to make sure it is age appropriate for your kiddos. This is a great list full of non-scary, fun, Halloween movies, with some classics and some slightly spooky ones mixed in there too. There is something for everyone.
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Beetlejuice (Ages 10+) – Truth be told I dressed up as beetlejuice for halloween as a kid. My costume was EPIC! Will always love this movie and can’t wait to share it with my kids in a few years.
Casper (Ages 8+) – A classic and kid-friendly Halloween movie. You can’t help but love Casper the friendly ghost.
Coraline (Ages 9+) This stop-motion animated film is about a young girl named Coraline. It is a sinister story adapted from the 2002 children’s book that shows kids that they should be careful what they wish for.
Corpse Bride (Ages 10+) This Oscar-nominated stop-motion movie follows a young man who accidentally married a ghost. And yes another Tim Burton film that is a must watch!
Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest (Ages 3+) Everyone’s favorite cartoon monkey heads to a Halloween festival in this super cute movie.
Double, Double Toil and Trouble (All Ages) – Not that our kids will really understand the Mary-Kate and Ashley phenomenom, but we can only hope they’re into it and we can relive our childhood a little bit.
Edward Scissorhands (Ages 13+) – Is there a better love story? Johnny Depp + Winona
Frankenweenie (Ages 8+) – No one does spooky quite like Tim Burton. This movie is about a boy and his beloved dog – with a fun franken-twist.
Ghostbusters (Ages 10+) – Who ya gonna call? GHOSTBUSTERS!
Goosebumps (Ages 8+) – Who has two thumbs and has read every R.L. Stine book EVER… THIS GUYYYY! So happy my son loves Goosebumps (maybe) as much as I do.
Gremlins (Ages 10+) – Gremlins is such a fun/cute/creepy movie and a total Halloween movie classic. Definitely for the older kiddos in my opinion!
Halloweentown Series (Ages 7+) – The name says it all. Sign us up, bc we want to live there.
Harry Potter Series (Ages 10+) – Although you can watch these year-round, Halloween is the perfect time to break out Harry Potter!
Hocus Pocus (Ages 8+) – The Sanderson Sisters are EVERYTHING!!
Hotel Transylvania (All Ages) – This hilarious movie series with Adam Sandler as a cranky Vampire Dad, will have both the kids and adults laughing out loud! We are obsessed with all 3 of the movies and all of the characters. Such a fun series.
It’s a Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (All Ages) – A Halloween movie marathon wouldn’t be complete without a Charlie Brown movie!
Matilda (Ages 9+) – This is Halloween-ish right? I mean she has powers, there is a witchy head mistress… it has Halloween qualities! My kids adore this movie, we watch it year round.
Mickey’s House of Villains (All Ages) – Toddlers, older kids, everyone loves Mickey!
Monster House (All Ages) – This is why you don’t go into the creepy neighbors yard! Definitely a fun movie we all enjoy.
Monsters Inc (All Ages) – Sully and Mike.. name a better duo.
ParaNorman (All Ages) – Norman must save the town from a centuries-old curse by talking to the dead. My oldest loves this one, but it is a little creepy for my youngsters. Can be a little dark, I would say preview with the older kids first to see for yourself!
Room on the Broom (Ages 4+) This short film, an adaptation of the book by Julia Donaldson, stars a witch, but she’s by no means scary.
Scoob (Ages 7+) Did you know the Mystery Machine gang met on a Halloween night?
Super Monsters Save Halloween (Ages 4+) For the littlest Halloween fans, Netflix offers this Super Monsters half-hour special.
The House With a Clock in Its Walls (Ages 11+) a world of witches, warlocks, and ancient rivalries. Jack Black.
Teen Witch (Ages 13+) – Pure 80’s magic. Literally. She is magic.
The Mummy (Ages 13+) – History/action/spooky this hits all the marks. The Mummy Trilogy of movies is definitely for the tween-agers and up! These movies are geared more towards older kids and adults so keep that in mind before letting little ones watch it.
The Little Vampire (Ages 8+) – In this adorable movie, the Little Vampire seeks out to help his new vampire friends re-gain their humanity. This movie is very kid-friendly and cute!
Toy Story of Terror (All Ages) – If you love Toy Story (wait, are there people that don’t?), then you’ll love this cute and short Halloween movie where the toys must rescue Mr. Potato Head!
The Haunted Mansion (Ages 8+) – How would you like to move into a house that had 999 ghosts living in it? That’s what this funny Halloween movie is all about, and your family will love it!
The Witches (Ages 9+) – This movie is based on Ronald Dahl book and is about a young boy who must stop the evil witches who turned him into a mouse!
Tower of Terror (Ages 10+) – This Halloween mystery movie is all about the creepy, Tower of Terror where 5 people mysteriously vanished years ago.