21 Halloween Movies That Aren't Scary At All
It's October, which means it's time to watch one type of movie and one type only: Scary movies. But what if you don't like scary movies? There are a number of people out there who don't like to be jumped while watching a movie, prefer to sleep through the night, and just generally are not fans of horror films. Thankfully, these people have options as well. There are plenty of Halloween movies that aren't scary at all, meaning those who aren't big on slasher films can still get into the spirit of the year's spookiest season.
So many non-scary movies out there are either about Halloween, are associated with Halloween, or feature ghosts, witches, and goblins. Granted, some of these flicks owe their non-scariness to the fact that they are kids movies, but who doesn't want to watch something they loved as a kid on Halloween? But just in case you're looking for something a little more adult for your Halloween celebration, you'll find plenty to love in that department as well. So take a look at these 21 Halloween movies that aren't scary at all, and you'll have no trouble falling asleep on October 31.
One of the strangest movies ever made, it probably has a midnight showing on Halloween in your local theater.
Is this the greatest DCOM of all-time? Yes. Yes it is.
The most sincere Halloween movie in all the land.
5. Teen Witch
If you're in the mood for a '90s rom-com on Halloween, this should fit the bill nicely.
Have you ever been to a Halloween party that didn't feature the theme song?
Sure it's a remake, but it's a damn funny one.
The saddest part in any movie is when the dog dies, but in this he comes back to life!
12. Monster House
Steven Spielberg and Robert Zemeckis reunite for this surprisingly fun haunted house tale.
Pretty much any Tim Burton movie works on Halloween, really.
Just remember to tell yourself that Casper is a friendly ghost.
The movie's not as good as the Disneyland ride, but it's still a fun way to spend a couple hours.
There's nothing I don't like about this movie.
18. Sleepy Hollow
The first family of October 31.
As a kid, I thought this was the scariest movie of all-time. I still think that, but most sane people would probably disagree.
21. Hocus Pocus
These 21 movies are all more treat than trick, and any one of them will make for some fright-less fun this Halloween.
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