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Halloween movies for tweens



Not too scary, not too lame

Halloween movies for tweens

As kids grow older, the fun of trick or treating just isn't the same. Consider a night at home with a couple of friends, some popcorn and not too scary movies. All of the movies can be watched on streaming services.

Here is our list of movies that are good for kids ten and older:

A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting 
A babysitter embarks on a mission to save a child who's been abducted by monsters. Recruited by a secret society of babysitters, a high schooler battles the Boogeyman and his monsters when they nab the boy she's watching on Halloween. Watch on Netflix

ParaNorman
A misunderstood boy takes on ghosts, zombies and grown-ups to save his town from a centuries-old curse. Watch on Netflix and IMDb

Starbeam: Halloween Hero
Greedy Captain Fishbeard is stealing everybody's Halloween treats for himself, but StarBeam and Boost have some tricks up their sleeves to save the day! Watch on Netflix and IMDb


The Spooky Tale of Captain Underpants Hack-A-Ween
When Melvin tries to cancel Halloween, clever best friends Harold and George create their own spooky holiday - and it's a huge success! Watch on Netflix and IMDb

Goosebumps 2
Two young friends find a magic book that brings a ventriloquist's dummy to life. Watch on IMDb

The Little Vampire
A lonely American boy living in Scotland makes a new best friend, a fellow nine-year-old who happens to be a vampire. Watch on IMDb



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