What We Know So Far About Dune Part Two

Dune was only released a week ago but it is already on track to be one of Warner Bros.’s most successful films of 2021. It had the largest opening weekend of any Warner Bros. film since the release of Joker in 2019. Dune also topped Zack Snyder’s Justice League in viewership on HBO Max during its opening weekend.

Given Dune’s quick success and the fact that it is part one of a two-part series, Warner Bros. has revealed a sequel to be in development. Dune Part Two will continue where Part One left off and presumably adapt the latter half of the book. There isn’t much information regarding the sequel yet, but there are a few things that are confirmed or anticipated.


Check out this review of Dune to learn why its an engrossing and faithful adaptation.


The Cast

The core cast of Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, and Javier Bardem is expected to return along with Denis Villeneuve as director. Despite the fact that Chalamet’s character Paul Atreides was the protagonist in the first film, Zendaya’s Chani will take center stage in the sequel.


Dune Sequel

Dune Part Two will be getting an exclusive release in theaters. Warner Bros. has been releasing all of their films this year simultaneously on HBO Max and in theaters. However, after 2021, HBO Max and theatrical co-releases will no longer be a part of WB’s strategy. Dune Part Two will be getting an exclusive release in theaters. The release date is currently set for October 2023, although it is possible that this date will change.


HBO Spinoff Series

Warner Bros. has stated that they are behind Dune 100% and they have proved it with this announcement of a sequel and a spinoff prequel series for HBO Max. The series titled, Dune: Sisterhood, will follow the illustrious order of women known as the Bene Gesserit who influence galactic politics and wield supernatural abilities. A release date has not been set for the prequel series but Diane Ademu-John will be the showrunner on the series.


Dune Trilogy?

Denis Villeneuve is adapting Frank Herbert’s Dune novel into two films. However, Frank Herbert also wrote a sequel to Dune titled, The Messiah of Dune. Villeneuve has already expressed interest in adapting the sequel into a film and creating a trilogy. With the sequel being released in 2 years and the first movie only beginning its box office run, only time will tell if a trilogy is possible.

Dune is currently in theaters and available to watch on HBO Max.


Here Are The Scariest Short Horror Films on YouTube

While watching a horror movie is fun, sometimes you just don’t have the time or attention span to invest in a full-length feature. Horror short films are perfect alternatives because oftentimes they provide an even better experience than horror features.

With Halloween around the corner, people are looking for scares more and more. The great thing about horror short films is that you get to the scares much quicker than full-length films and they are just as, if not more than, effective. We’ve compiled a list of the 10 scariest horror short films you can watch on Youtube. These films are not for the faint of heart, they are both terrifying and haunting.


10 Best Horror Shorts on YouTube


10. The Cat With Hands

Cats are generally thought of as being conniving and devious. This short film takes that idea to a whole new level. The film is about a fictional, dark folktale of a cat who wants to be human. Robert Morgan was inspired to create the short film because of a nightmare his sister had as a child.



9. Peephole

Simple short films are sometimes the most effective. Peephole is a nearly 4-minute short horror film about a man who answers a knock at the door. Jaron Henrie-McCrea directed and wrote the short film with Tim Lueke as the only actor.



8. Tickle Monster

His House, created by Remi Weekes, is one of the best horror movies on Netflix. Before His House, Weekes wrote and directed The Tickle Monster. The horror short film is about a night that takes an eerie turn when it’s casually revealed the young couple is in the presence of an unusual bogeyman.



7. Still Life

Still Life has everything that makes a great horror short film. It’s unique, compelling, and very eerie. The film is about a pill-popping, over-caffeinated driver who enters a strange and desolate town that offers very little in the form of human kindness. The film was created in 2005, but it remains one of the greatest horror shorts ever produced.



6. Vicious

What’s more eerie than returning to your dark apartment alone? Returning to your dark apartment that is mysteriously unlocked. This short film taps into that fear. The short film is about a young woman who comes home to find her front door unlocked and suspects she might not be alone in the house.



5. Pleasant Inn

When it comes to horror short films, animation isn’t the norm. Although, animation opens the door for a lot of creativity that often results in stunning ideas. Pleasant Inn is the best example of this. The horror short is about a motel that becomes a setting for survival against a monstrous visitor. Pleasant Inn has terrifying visuals and a simple but effective premise.



4. Horror Story ANIMATED – “Don’t stop for gas at night”

Now getting into the top of our list, these are some of the scariest short films we’ve found online. This short is more of a short story than a film. The story is based on a true event narrated on YouTube. A YouTuber took the narration and created an animation to go with it. The story follows a woman who, after her graveyard shift, has a terrifying experience at a gas station.


3. Don’t Move

Don’t Move throws you right into the action after the use of a ouija board goes terribly wrong. The short is about six friends who accidentally unleash a demonic force that attempts to tear all of them to pieces. The film feels like a scene taken right out of a full-length film.



2. 2am: The Smiling Man

Walking home alone at 2am is never fun. This short film exacerbates that fact. 2am: The Smiling Man is about a man who is walking home alone when he notices another man walking with an eerie smile on his face. Out of all of the films on our list, this may be one of the creepiest.



1. I Heard It Too

I Heard It Too is an 8-minute short film that was based on a two-sentence horror story. Tim Knight and Matt Sears created this short to make you think twice before beckoning to someone’s call. The film is about a young girl and her mother who face an evil that is frighteningly familiar.


Can You Sit Through All of These Short Horror Films?

Horror short films are easily consumable and loads of fun. Although, it can be tough to find high-quality short films based on a search, readers can be assured that all of the shorts in this list are of utmost quality. This list of shorts allows you to experience the frightening moments without the cliches. This Halloween, we hope that these 10 short films give you the hair raising experiences the holiday is all about.


For more horror short films, check out our blog post of the 10 best horror short films that you can find on YouTube.


All of The Trailers and First Looks at DC’s Upcoming Movies in 2022

Over the weekend, DC hosted a global virtual event called the DC FanDome. In years past, DC has used this event to release highly anticipated trailers and make huge announcements. This year was no different. During the two-hour event, DC fans were treated to several new trailers for upcoming movies and TV shows. This article goes through all of the important highlights from the nearly 4-hour event.

Note: Many release dates have been moved to 2023.


The Batman Trailer

The Batman is one of the most anticipated superhero movies of 2022. Fans have shown a tremendous amount of enthusiasm for the film and Warner Bros. has already announced multiple HBO spinoff shows to expand the cinematic universe. The trailer features Colin Farrell as Penguin, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, Andy Serkis as Alfred, and, of course, Robert Pattinson as Batman. The film is scheduled to be released on March 4, 2022.


Black Adam Teaser

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson makes his debut in the DC Extended Universe as Black Adam, the titular antihero. The plot is currently unknown but from the preview, it looks like the Justice Society of America will be heavily involved. Black Adam is being directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, who has previously worked on House of Wax and Orphan. The film is set to debut on October 21st, 2022.


The Flash Teaser Trailer

Ezra Miller follows up his performance as The Flash in Justice League with a solo film. The story has not been disclosed yet, but the teaser surprisingly reveals Michael Keaton’s Batman in the film along with Sasha Calle as Supergirl. The end of the teaser has a mysterious shot with two different Flashes from different universes standing together. The shot is brief but raises many questions as to what the film will be about. The Flash is slated for a theatrical release on June 23rd, 2023.


Peacemaker HBO Series Teaser

Anyone who liked The Suicide Squad will be interested in James Gunn’s spinoff series about Peacemaker, the popular self-righteous psychopath. The series details the origin of the DC superhero so dedicated to world peace that he is prepared to use force of arms to achieve it. John Cena continues playing Peacemaker with the same humor and complexity as he did in the Suicide Squad movie. Peacemaker will be available for streaming through HBO Max on January 13th, 2022 and Season 2 has been confirmed for 2023.


Shazam Fury of the Gods First Look

Shazam Fury of the Gods is set to be released on December 16th, 2022. Although DC did not give us any trailers, they did give us a behind-the-scenes first look at the film. The BTS gives us a sneak peek into the story and the villains of the film, Hespera played by Helen Mirren and Kalypso played by Lucy Liu. It promises a film that is bigger, better, and more entertaining than the first.


The Sandman First Look

The Sandman is a Netflix TV Show based on the DC comic books of Neil Gaiman. Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman is one of the most renowned comic books ever written. The story of the comic book Sandman series is complex but at its core, it’s about Dream, the personification of dreams and stories, who works to regain control of the dream world along with the power he once possessed. The Netflix series seems to take a similar approach to the series. The synopsis reads, upon escaping after decades of imprisonment by a mortal wizard, Dream, the personification of dreams, sets about to reclaim his lost equipment. Despite the confusion surrounding The Sandman’s release date, the series is set to be released in 2022.


Aquaman 2 and The Lost Kingdom

James Wan’s Aquaman is one of DC’s most successful films in recent years. Wan is back to helm the sequel, Aquaman 2 The Lost Kingdom. The first look into the sequel gives us a glimpse of what’s to come and the cast that is returning. Wan has become a master at creating a spectacle and it looks like Aquaman 2 will be no different. Aquaman 2 and The Lost Kingdom is set to release on March 17th, 2023.


Static Shock Announcement

Last year, it was rumored that Michael B. Jordan was creating a feature film about Static Shock. Now, the Static Shock project has officially been confirmed to be in development with Jordan as the producer.

“As a kid growing up, watching Static Shock, it was something that inspired me. And had that type of representation at a young age, it was really important to me.” – Michael B. Jordan

Randy McKinnon, who is a newcomer screenwriter, will be writing the script for Static Shock. The film will be based on the animated series which followed Virgil Hawkins who with the help of his inventive friend, fights crime as a superhero.


Naomi Sneak Peek

Ava Duvernay has led the adaptation of Naomi, a DC comic book series about a female African American metahuman. The series will be a part of the CW Arrowverse with supposed cameos from other known heroes. In the teaser above, there is a brief glimpse of Superman. The series airs in May 2022.


After a season of bad-performing movies like Suicide Squad and the theatrical version of Justice League, these announcements mark a new era for DC Entertainment. One where they are more proactive with their characters and original stories. With this slew of upcoming movies and TV shows, it’s clear that this is only the beginning.

Published on October 22nd, 2021, updated on March 24th, 2022.


Best Psychological Movies That Make You Think

Over the last few decades, psychology research has grown considerably. As researchers learn and understand more about human behavior, mental health has become increasingly more important to people. This evolution is also reflected in the film industry with more films centering around the complexity of the human mind than ever before.  The focus on psychology has led to the creation of compelling characters that are enigmatic and completely captivating to watch. In this blog post, we go through the 13 best movies about psychology that demonstrates just how complex the human psyche can become.


13 Best Movies About Psychology

13. Silence of the Lambs

Silence of the Lambs is the ultimate cat and mouse thriller. The relationship between FBI trainee Clarice Starling and the psychiatrist turned cannibal Hannibal Lecter is one of the most influential in film history. Anthony Hopkins gives a career-defining performance as Hannibal and the scenes of him psychoanalyzing other characters make it one of the best movies about psychology. The film is about a young F.B.I. cadet who must receive the help of an incarcerated and manipulative cannibal killer to help catch another serial killer, a madman who skins his victims.

Where To Watch Silence of the Lambs

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12. Shutter Island

Shutter Island is a film that can only be enjoyed fully in retrospect. The events of the film may appear enigmatic and confusing at first viewing, but once the film is over, the genius behind it will become apparent. The film is about a U.S. Marshal who investigates the disappearance of a murderer that escaped from a hospital for the criminally insane in 1954. It’s appropriate that the film is set in an insane asylum because it also depicts the mind as the ultimate prison.


Where To Watch Shutter Island

Pluto TV


11. A Dangerous Method

When discussing psychology, it doesn’t get any more historically significant than Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud. Both of them have coined fundamental theories and practices that are still relevant to the science today. A Dangerous Method details the complex relationship that Jung had with Freud as well as one of his new patients, a woman diagnosed with hysteria. This drama is one of the best movies to watch about psychology.


Where To Watch A Dangerous Method

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10. The Aviator

Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio have become a regular duo in Hollywood. The Aviator was the second film they worked on together. The film is a biopic that details the life and career of Howard Hughes from the late 1920s to the mid-1940s. Instead of focusing solely on Hughes career, Scorsese decided to focus on Hughes psychological decline as a result of his OCD.


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9. My Friend Dahmer

The psychology of serial killers has always fascinated psychologists and audiences alike. There is a lot that we still don’t understand about what drives someone to kill but studies have given us insights into killer behavior. My Friend Dahmer takes a look at Jeffrey Dahmer’s childhood experiences and his struggle to fit in as a teenager. The film is an intriguing study of Dahmer based on real accounts from his high school peers and family.


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8. Memento

Memento is one of the most unique films ever made. Christopher Nolan created the film backward, from the end to the beginning. Like many Nolan films, you’ll have to watch it more than once to completely understand it. Memento follows a man with short-term memory loss who attempts to track down his wife’s murderer. The film is an accurate portrayal of memory loss, especially by Hollywood standards.


Where To Watch Memento for Free

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7. Girl, Interrupted

Girl, Interrupted is based on the memoirs of Susanna Kaysen, who was put in a mental institution in the mid-60s. She suffered from borderline personality disorder at a time when any behavior out of the ordinary was diagnosed as mental insanity. The film details Kaysen’s 18-month stay in a mental hospital and the patients she met in that time.


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6. Black Swan

Black Swan succeeds as a character study of Nina, a ballerina with the obsessive need to be perfect. Natalie Portman gives a career-defining performance in the Black Swan and won an Oscar for the role. The film follows Nina, a committed dancer who struggles to maintain her sanity after winning the lead role in a production of Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake”. The psychological thriller illustrates what a descent into madness could look like.


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5. One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest is a classic that gives viewers a glimpse into the abuse and mistreatment that went on in mental institutions in the 1970s. The film is about a criminal who pleads insanity and is admitted to a mental institution, where he rebels against the oppressive nurse. There is a whole range of mental disorders depicted in this film. It’s one of the best movies to watch about psychology.


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4. Still Alice

Julianne Moore gives a beautiful performance in Still Alice. The film is heartbreaking and deeply emotional. Still Alice centers around a linguistics professor and her family as they find their bonds tested when she is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. The portrayal of Alzheimer’s and its affects is sorrowful but extremely realistic.


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3. Good Will Hunting

This film makes our list simply because the film is largely about a psychologist and his patient. Robin Williams and Matt Damon star alongside each other and give well-renowned performances. The film is about Will Hunting, a janitor at M.I.T., who has a gift for mathematics but needs help from a psychologist to find direction in his life. Good Will Hunting is a classic that is a must-see for anyone interested in psychology.


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2. Rain Man

Rain Man is a drama that has become a true classic. The performance by Dustin Hoffman in this film is simply astounding and one of the best in film history. The film is about a self-centered hotshot who learns his family’s inheritance will go to his estranged autistic brother and decides to take him on a cross-country trip. Hoffman’s phenomenal representation of what it’s like to live on the autism spectrum and the heartwarming story makes this film one of the best to watch about psychology.


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1. A Beautiful Mind

We end our list with a film about overcoming mental illness. A Beautiful Mind is based on the real-life story of John Nash, a mathematician responsible for the foundational development of game theory. The film follows Nash’s journey as he accepts secret work in cryptography and has a harrowing journey of self-discovery. A Beautiful Mind won 4 Oscars including Best Picture in 2002.


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Movies Are Created To Imitate Real Life

The human mind is a very complex thing. It can be difficult to understand how other people think or why they behave the way they do, but that’s the beautiful thing about movies. Movies create empathy. They help us understand people we normally never would. Our complex psyches make up who we are as people which is why movies about psychology can be so captivating to watch. Seeing mental illnesses and personality disorders depicted through characters in movies makes us reflect on our own lives and those who struggle with mental illness in real life. These 13 movies may humble you, entertain you, but surely they will make you more empathetic.

Paramount Releases The First Trailer For ‘SCREAM 2022’

Paramount has released the first trailer for the upcoming movie, SCREAM. The horror movie is the 5th installment in the Scream series and will also be the first Scream movie to be released in over a decade.

This will also be the first Scream movie to not be directed by Wes Craven, who passed in 2015 due to a brain tumor. In place of Craven, the directors of Ready or Not, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillet, have taken up the mantle as the directors of SCREAM.

According to David Arquette, who plays Dewey, Gillet and Bettinelli-Olpin have put in a lot of effort to honor Craven’s legacy by balancing horror and humor in the movie.

“They really have honored the history of it, so I think it’s just going to be a new, exciting, scary, funny continuation and rebirth of a franchise.” – David Arquette

Scream 5 centers around a new killer who has donned the Ghostface mask and begins targeting a group of teenagers to resurrect secrets from Woodboro’s deadly past. Based on the trailer, we will see Sidney, Gale, and Dewey being consultants to a new group of teenagers, instructing them on how to survive the new killer.

Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox Arquette, and David Arquette return to play their iconic roles along with Marley Shelton, who played a police officer in Scream 4. Newcomers to the series include Melissa Barrera, Kyle Gallner, Mason Gooding, Mikey Madison, Dylan Minnette, Jenna Ortega, Jack Quaid, Jasmin Savoy Brown, and Sonia Ammar.

Paramount has scheduled SCREAM to be released in theaters on January 14, 2022.

Best Halloween Movies To Watch With Kids

It’s October and we have officially entered spooky season. People are already searching for frightening movies to get them in the Halloween mood. However, if you have kids, this can get tricky. Your kids may want to watch something spooky but you don’t want them to watch something that will give them nightmares.

This blog post gives parents a list of the best movies kids can watch for Halloween. All of these movies are family-friendly while still having a creepy supernatural aspect to get your kids in the Halloween spirit.


13 Best Halloween Movies For Kids

13. Beetlejuice (Ages 13 and up)

Beetlejuice is one of Tim Burton’s most creative films he’s ever made. Kids will be drawn to the wacky antics and the oddball humor present throughout the film. Beetlejuice centers around the spirits of a deceased couple that are harassed by a family that moves into the home they inhabit. This is one of the first films directed by Tim Burton and it’s one of the best Halloween movies to watch alongside your kids.


Where To Watch Beetlejuice

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12. Gremlins (Ages 11 and Up)

Gremlins is a classic 80’s satirical horror. It’s dark enough to give thrills while being humorous enough to be family-friendly. The film is about a young man who inadvertently breaks three important rules concerning his new pet, which unleashes a horde of mischievous monsters on a small town. Gremlins is largely a product of the 1980s. Nonetheless, even in 2021, the film still holds up as a classic for Halloween.


Where To Watch Gremlins

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11. Ghostbusters (Ages 11 and Up)

Ghostbusters is one of the most beloved films of all time because of how it effectively blends action, comedy, and horror into one entertaining spectacle. The film follows three former parapsychology professors that set up shop as a unique ghost removal service. Ghostbusters took a unique approach to the paranormal activity genre and is a must-watch for anyone who is in need of an extra chuckle. Despite a reboot and several sequels, including one coming out in November of this year, none of them can compare to the original Ghostbusters.


Where To Watch Ghostbusters for $2.99

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10. 9 The Movie (Ages 11 and Up)

Departing from our list a bit, 9 is less of a horror and more of a sci-fi thriller. The animation was originally a short film created by Shane Acker, but the short was so well-received, he decided to turn it into a feature film. The feature is about a rag doll that awakens in a post-apocalyptic future with the key to humanity’s salvation. The imaginative world and intense storyline make the film one of the most entertaining Halloween movies for kids.


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9. Hocus Pocus (Ages 10 and Up)

In many ways, Hocus Pocus is more popular now than it ever was during the 90s. The film has a cult-like following and many young adults still hold it in high regard today. Hocus Pocus is about three outlandishly wild witches who return from 17th-century Salem after they’re accidentally conjured up by a skeptic teen. The goal of the witches, to find a child and drain their life force, may be sinister but the light-hearted tone and zany characters make the situation less serious.


Where To Watch Hocus Pocus

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8. Monster House (Ages 10 and Up)

The unrefined 3D animation in Monster House can lead one to believe that the film fell victim to early CGI capabilities. However, the off-kilter animation only adds to the film’s overall unsettling atmosphere. Monster House is about three teens that discover their neighbor’s house is really a living, breathing, scary monster. The film is one of the best Halloween movies to watch as it creates a creepiness that effects both adults and children.


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7. ParaNorman (Ages 10 and Up)

Laika Entertainment has a knack for using stop-motion animation to capture a gothic and creepy atmosphere. ParaNorman is one of the many horror animations made by Laika. The film is about a socially awkward boy that must use his ability to see ghosts to save his hometown from an unruly curse. ParaNorman will delight younger children with its colorful characters and intense moments, but it also contains a light-hearted tone that makes the viewing experience fun.


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6. Monsters Inc. (Ages 5 and Up)

One of Pixar’s most notable and most popular movies, Monsters Inc. is a bona fide classic. The film effectively balances its frightening aspects with humor and charm, making the narrative feel new and unique. The Pixar film is about a world full of monsters that use children’s screams to power their cities. Monsters Inc., the most successful scream-processing factory in this alternate reality, turns upside down when a human girl sneaks into the monster world and turns out to be the key to a devious conspiracy.


Where To Watch Monsters Inc.

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5. Corpse Bride (Ages 10 and Up)

Corpse Bride is another Tim Burton classic. Although it’s not as frightening as many of his other films, it has a creepy atmosphere that is undeniable. The film follows a shy groom who practices his wedding vows in the inadvertent presence of a deceased young woman. Things get more complicated when she rises from the grave assuming he has married her. The musical numbers and humor provide an injection of levity to the otherwise ostensibly grim storyline.


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4. The Nightmare Before Christmas (Ages 7 and Up)

The Nightmare Before Christmas is certainly one of a kind. It has become one of the greatest Halloween movies because of its original premise, catchy music, and ghoulish imagery. The film is about Jack Skellington, the king of Halloween Town, and his discovery of Christmas Town. Although, his attempts to bring Christmas to his home creates confusion for everyone. The Nightmare Before Christmas will delight younger children with its colorful characters and spooky visuals, but it also contains a sophisticated story that can be enjoyed by older kids and adults.


Where To Watch Nightmare Before Christmas

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3. Harry Potter Series (Ages 7 and Up)

The Harry Potter film series has a lot of magic, wonder, and nostalgia. All of which makes the film series ideal to watch with your family on Halloween. Many young adults grew up alongside the main characters in Harry Potter and are ecstatic to show the films to their children. The film series follows an orphaned boy as he enrolls in a school of wizardry, where he learns the truth about himself, his family, and the terrible evil that haunts the magical world. There are eight films in total, and once you’ve seen one, you’ll need to see them all.


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2. Spirited Away (Ages 8 and Up)

Spirited Away is different than the other movies on our list. The film is an anime created by Hayao Miyazaki, the co-founder of Studio Ghibli. Instead of being filled with scary, gothic, or ghoulish elements, Spirited Away is simply an imaginative and thrilling adventure into a paranormal word. The movie centers around a 10-year old girl who, after being discouraged by her family’s move to the suburbs, discovers an alternate reality of gods and demons that change humans into beasts. Spirited Away has a completely unique story that appeals to both adults and children alike.


Where To Watch Spirited Away


If you want more anime recommendations, then check out our list of the 10 best anime for beginners to watch.

1. Coraline (Ages 9 and Up)

Coraline tops our list of best Halloween movies to watch with your kids. The film has the perfect blend of child-like imagination with scary moments that will put even the parents on the edge of their seats. All of this is topped with a story full of heart, original characters, and an adventure that is unlike any other. Coraline is about an adventurous 11-year-old girl who finds another world that is a strangely idealized version of her frustrating home, but the world is not without its sinister secrets.


Where To Watch Coraline for $2.99

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Halloween Movies To Bring Your Family Together

When we think of horror movies, we usually picture blood, death, and slasher killers. We think of terrifying visuals that will haunt us for weeks after seeing them. However, the thing about Halloween is that it’s not just about the scary stuff. It’s also about family and friends getting together to have a good time. And what better way to bring family together than by sharing a movie with your kids that is both fun and festive?