The ultimate list of Best Halloween Movies – Part 2
Prepared to get spooked? If the answer is yes and if you haven’t bought a new costume for this year’s season, today we offer you a great alternative as we continue with the ultimate list of Best Halloween Movies – Part 2.
6. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) is a classic animation movie you can watch with your kids as well – as long as they’re not too small to wet the bed. This is a superb Halloween movie following the misadventures of Jack Skellington (voice: Danny Elfman), the king of Halloweentown, bored with the freaky annual routine of scaring people on Halloween. He bumps into Christmastown and plans to kidnap Santa Claus to become king over that feast as well. Unfortunately, he’s about to find out that the best laid plans always have a glitch.
7. Beetlejuice, Tim Burton’s movie, is another extremely fun and rewarding Halloween comedy. Barbara (Geena Davis) and her husband Adam Maitland (Alec Baldwin) might have died, but that does not mean they plan to leave their house. What they seek to do, with the help of maleficent Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton) is to scare the new owners into leaving. But their plans go awry when dark and gloomy teen Lydia (a very young Winona Ryder) sees them, which strangely enough raises maternal feelings inside of them.
8. Warm Bodies (2013) starring Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer, is a very emotional and innovative take on Romeo and Juliet. After a zombie infestation, R – a victim of the virus – raises above the urges and regains his humanity as he falls in love with Julie.
9. Casper (1995) is touchy and “aww”-like more than spooky, but it does tell the story of a kid ghost, kind Casper who quietly haunts a house. Romantic problems arise when a teenage girl (Christina Ricci) moves in…
10. Finally, Young Frankenstein (1974) is an oldy but a goody parody after the “Bride of Frankenstein”.