Halloween Movies for Kids in 2018

My top choices to watch with the kids!
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I think that Halloween can be scary for kids. I don’t want my 2 little boys, aged 3  and 5 years old, thinking about ghosts, zombies, witches, blood and cemeteries. But I think that I can prepare them for that by spending some quality time with them, at home, in my sofa, watching movies with them. So I did some research and came up with this list of Halloween movies for kids.

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Halloween Movies For Kids

Toy Story Of Terror (2014)

Best Halloween Movies For Kids in 2018

What other movie could you think of when talking about Halloween movies for kids in 2018?

This is a fun and animated adventure that features all the Toy Story film’s characters. 

If you’re a Toy Story fan and you want your kids to become fans too, this is the right movie to watch with them. In the end, you’ll wish there there was more to watch.

It’s available on Amazon in HD quality for only Β£3.99*. 

Alternatively, you can get the DVD for only Β£5.93*.

*Prices might be different now. The price above was the price when I wrote this article.

Casper (1995)

Do you remember watching Casper 20 years ago?

This is a great animation featuring Casper the friendly ghost and his uncles.

The movie is very entertaining and full of great effects. You won’t be tired of watching it and your kids will want to watch it again and again.

Watch with your kids for a fun night and also to keep Casper alive. 

It’s available on Amazon from only Β£2.49*.

Alternatively, you can buy the DVD for only Β£8.63*.

*Prices might be different now. The price above was the price when I wrote this article.

What are your favourite Halloween movies for kids?

If you have another suggestion, please let me know in the comments below and I’ll update this list.

I was born in Portugal, but now I live in the UK. I'm a father of two boys, a business student and I suffer from Alopecia Areata. I express myself through blogging, and I love it.


        • Oh dear, you trapped me now. I have no idea what’s my favourite movie. I love all β€˜true story’ movies really. Last night I was watching ’22 July’ and I think is a great movie, one of those that I can’t stop thinking about it. Also, the thing is that I have a very selective memory and so I never remember the name of movies, songs or actors. I’m really terrible with names.

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