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While Trick or Treating might be off the cards this Halloween thanks to a certain virus, you can still curl up with your family in front of a good old Halloween film - that won't keep them up all night of course! We've rounded up the best of the bunch for your little monster.
Super Monsters Save Halloween
Plot: The very cute Super Monsters use their powers to get their neighbors in the Halloween spirit and comfort a nervous friend. Age: 4+ Available on:Netflix
Toy Story of Terror
Plot: Join Woody, Jessie and the gang as a fun road trip takes an unexpected turn for the worse... Age: 6+ Available on:Amazon
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Plot: One the whole family will enjoy. When their town's prized produce starts disappearing, it's up to cheese-loving inventor Wallace and his savvy canine companion Gromit to rescue the village. Age: 6+ Available on: Amazon Prime
Room on the Broom
Plot: You'll no doubt already know this popular Julia Donaldson book but did you know there's a short film adaption too? Age: 3+ Available on:BBC iPlayer
Plot: This is classic story of when Casper, the friendly ghost becomes friends with paranormal expert Dr James Harvey's daughter. Age: 7+ Available on:Amazon Prime
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Plot: One for older children that works for both Halloween and Christmas, in the Tim Burton classic, Jack Skellington, a being from Halloween Town, discovers Christmas, leading him to abduct Santa Claus. Age: 8+
Available on: Amazon Prime
Double, Double, Toil & Trouble
Plot: Mary-Kate and Ashley star in this adorable film where they try to trick their evil aunt out of a magic moonstone and save their family home. Age: 5+ Available on: Amazon Prime
Halloween family-friendly films
If your children are teenagers or you fancy watching something a bit more mature once the kids are in bed, check out these grown-up options:
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