Halloween might be my favourite time of the year. Trick or treating, pumpkin carving, dressing up like a complete fool — I am there for all of it. Due to lockdown restrictions and the pandemic I am thinking Halloween night may be slightly low key. Whilst I am all for spooky fun it may have to wait until next year. Nothing gives me nightmares more than a hangover at work. So if, like me, you’ll be having a quiet Halloween night here are seven of the best British Halloween films. You may be safely indoors, but it doesn’t mean you won’t be scared silly.
For someone who is a massive baby and doesn’t deal well with spooky situations I really enjoy horror films. Well, at least while they're on: once they're off and I have to go to bed with my overactive imagination, I love them less. Halloween is the perfect time to get the crew round, carve some pumpkins, eat all of the Halloween sweets you bought for trick or treaters, and watch scary films. We are also truly spoilt for choice with scary movies. There are ones that are so cheesy all you’ll be able to do is laugh, child-friendly ones, and some that will chill you to the bone. So, whoever you are spending Oct. 31 with here are the seven best British Halloween films.
So there you have it. A full round up of the seven best British Halloween films to cosy up with this Oct 31. I can’t promise I will be brave enough to settle in with The Awakening but whatever you do this Halloween, it has to be slightly spooky, so I might make a push for TheRocky Horror Picture Show.