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Top 10 Spooky Movies

Oct 14, 2010

If you’re planning a Halloween Slumber Party, line up some spooky movies that you can watch while you munch on your Halloween candy. Kidzworld has selected the top spooky movies to watch on Halloween!

No. 10: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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One of the most popular children’s book ever was made not once but twice into a blockbuster movie. The older version from the 70’s is much better. The movie is fun, but it also has some very eerie moments that might creep you out. What’s Halloween without the story about a chocolate factory.

No. 9: Goonies

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If you feel like an action packed movie that will have you and your friends on the edge of your sleeping bags, Goonies is for you. It’s about pirates and treasure, and it’s one of the most beloved movies from the 1980s.

No. 8: Coraline

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This is a great animation with 3D fun. It’s an enchanting story about a little girl who finds another world full of mystical spookiness.

No. 7: The Monster Squad

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This is an unknown fun Halloween movie with the return of Dracula, Werewolf, Swamp Thing, Frankenstein and a Mummy that haunt a bunch of teenagers.

No. 6: Gremlins

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If you were cute and cuddly baby with puppy dog eyes, but somehow you changed into a menacing havoc-reaking monster… you might be a gremlin.

No. 5: The Witches

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This movie is so scary, it’s not just about witches… it’s about witches from England! AAAAAHHHH!

No. 4: Monster House

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The scariest animation ever made about a haunted house… a living, breathing haunted house!

No. 3: Edward Scissorhands

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This movie is very similar to the story of Frankenstein. It's about Edward, a boy brought to life by a strange scientist... he is a very nice boy who gets into a lot of adventures because he has scissors for hands. Most of the movie is very funny and wierd, but there are some bone chilling scenes that may leave you growing out your hair for a few years.

No. 2: Ghostbusters

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This is a must see scary movie about ghosts. It’s very funny… it has great special effects… and it has a 500-foot giant marshmallow man. You will not be disappointed.

No. 1: Beetlejuice

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What happens after we die? Do you believe in ghosts? This movie might have the answer for you. Just say Beetlejuice three times!

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