Halloween movies that will get you in the mood

Halloween movies

If you’re part of the growing group of people celebrating Halloween, you’ve probably already planned what to do next October 31st. At fashion4pk we have shared with you some decorative suggestions so that those of you celebrating at home can achieve a suitable atmosphere. But what if, in addition to that, we give you some suggestions to complete the plan? Movies for Halloween ?

Surprise family or friends with an unforgettable decoration, a simple dinner with a Pumpkin Cake dessert and a great alternative to some movies to celebrate Halloween , Not You? And not all movies have to be scary. Our selection has everything so that everyone, even the little ones, can join the party.

For you to know, we have turned to the Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts from these films for the age rating of Halloween. Of course, these are indicative, and if there are children in the house, it will be up to you, the parents, whether they see them or not.

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  1. Compassionate Arsenic – Frank Capra (Suitable for all ages). A newlywed theater critic decides to visit her old aunts before they go on their honeymoon. During your visit you will discover that the charming old ladies have a very peculiar philanthropic practice.
  2. Casper – Brad Silverling (All ages). To get rid of the four ghosts living in her mansion, Miss Crittenden hires Dr. He hires Harvey (Bill Pullman). Whip, Tufo, and Gordy do not tolerate mortals in the house, and their dark sense of humor drives away the most daring. His nephew, Casper, is a friendly young man who is fed up with his uncles. Harvey arrives at the mansion with his daughter Kat (Christina Ricci), a young dreamer. She and Casper quickly develop sympathy, even if they have a hard time bonding. Everyone avoids Casper because he is a ghost; As soon as Kat learns about her father’s profession. The ghost and the girl are twin spirits who live in constant conflict with their relatives.
  3. Let Me In – Tomas Alfredson (+13) Oskar, a shy twelve-year-old boy who is bullied at school by his classmates, befriends Eli, a mysterious neighbor of his age who’s arrival coincides with a series of unexplained deaths. Although Oskar suspects Eli is a vampire, he tries to put their friendship above his fear.
  4. Day of the Beast – Álex de la Iglesia (+18) A priest believes that according to St. John the Apocalypse has deciphered the secret message: The Antichrist will be born on December 25, 1995 in Madrid. The priest teams up with José María, a young death metal fan, to prevent the birth of Satan’s son. They both try to find out where the apocalypse will take place in Madrid. With the help of Professor Cavan, the host of an esoteric and supernatural television show, the priest and José Mari summon the demon in a strange ceremony.
  5. Cottage in the Forest – Drew Goddard (+16) Five college students are getting ready to spend the weekend in a cabin in a desolate forest, without contact with the outside. They find a strange collection of memorabilia in the basement; Among them is a newspaper that talks about the old family that occupied the house. Meanwhile, several technicians at an industrial plant prepare for an unknown operation. They film the youth with hidden cameras, and through the cabin’s design, the use of sophisticated environmental controls, and the release of drugs into the air, the technicians turn the environment into an archetype of terror.
  6. The Addams Family – Barry Sonnenfeld (All ages). The frenzied Addams family’s crazy and gothic lifestyle is dangerously threatened when a greedy mother and son duo plot to seize the family fortune with the help of an unscrupulous lawyer…
  7. Coraline’s Worlds – Henry Selick (+7). Based on a novel by Neil Gaiman, the film tells the story of a girl who finds a better version of her life while walking through a wall of her home: her parents are more considerate towards her, but she is replaced by wonderful feelings. fear and anguish.
  8. The Nightmare Before Christmas – Henry Selick (+7). When Halloween Lord Jack Skellington discovers Christmas, he is fascinated and decides to make it better. However, the vision of the holiday is completely against the spirit of Christmas. His plans include kidnapping Santa and making some terrible changes. Only his girlfriend Sally is aware of her mistake.
  9. Veronica – Paco Plaza ( +16 ) Inspired by a true story set in Madrid’s Vallecas neighborhood in the ’90s, a young girl is surrounded by terrifying supernatural beings who threaten to harm her entire family after having an ouija with her friends.
  10. zombies party (+16) A romantic comedy… with zombies. Shaun’s (Simon Pegg) life is a dead end. He spends his life at the local tavern “The Winchester” with his close friend Ed (Nick Frost), arguing with his mother and neglecting his girlfriend, Liz (Kate Ashfield). When Liz knocks him out, Shaun finally decides to get his life in order: he must win back his girlfriend’s heart, improve relations with his mother, and face the responsibilities of an adult. But unfortunately the dead are resurrected and they are trying to devour the living. So Shaun will have to face one more problem. Armed with a cricket bat and a shovel, he launched an all-out war against a horde of zombies to save his mother, his girlfriend, and even reluctantly his stepfather, his girlfriend… he took them all in one place. The safest and safest you know:
Have you seen any of these Halloween movies?


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