5 Essential Halloween Movies of All Time

5 Essential Halloween Movies of All Time

Just like most of our readers, we love Halloween! From the wacky, zany, and out-of-this-world decor and costumes, October 31 is and always will be a memorable day. Today, we’re here to celebrate with you! We’re not here to scare you with Halloween facts and figures or other marketing statistics. This is not a roundup of the best Halloween-themed social media post, either.

You’re tired of reading stuff like that from other digital marketing companies. So, we’re spicing it up a bit by getting a little more personal.

We’re sharing a shortlist of our favorite Halloween films. While there are so many movies to choose, we narrowed down our list to five. This list is not in any particular order.

Let’s cut to the chase, and let’s get spooky!

Beetlejuice (1988)

“It’s a classic late ‘80s movie with Geena Davis, Winona Ryder, and Michael Keaton. What’s not to love about this movie? Also, fun fact: the movie came out the year I was born.”

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966)

“I know it’s a 25-minute special, but I usually start my Halloween celebration by watching It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. It’s the best! It’s Charlie Brown. Can’t go wrong with that.”

Halloween (1978)

“I appreciate what they accomplished with a $300,000 budget. The movie has definitely withstood the test of time.”

Tremors (1990)

“Tremors is a fun and creative film that takes a unique spin of a classic concept. It has the thrill of Jaws, but set in the desert.”

Edward Scissorhands (1990)

“I love the combination of Winona Ryder, Johnny Depp, and Tim Burton. It’s a fun yet dark movie about love, outcasts, and acceptance.”

Now that you’ve gotten to know us a little better, tell us your favorite Halloween movie.

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