1. Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
To say Jack Skellington is over Halloween is an understatement. The Pumpkin King has had his fair share of frightening hijinks, and he just can't seem to muster up the spooky spirit that one expects from his prestigious title. Instead, Jack finds himself drawn to Christmas, a holiday he hasn't encountered beforehand. He does a bit of research and soon decides to step on Santa's turf. Naturally, his holly jolly plan is nothing short of a disaster. This stop-motion classic delivers all you’ve come to expect from a film bearing producer Tim Burton’s name: odd, yet totally lovable characters. Viewers will also delight in some showstoppers perfect for your holiday playlist and your Halloween party. Rated PG.