Celebrate the spookiest holiday of the year with the best kids' Halloween movies on Netflix! There are plenty to choose from, and we've rounded up the best of the best to make your lives just a little bit easier—especially since most of your kids can't watch the ultra-creepy Halloween movies you love. We've also included some Halloween TV shows in the event your smallest munchkins prefer something short and sweet.
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Best kids' Halloween movies on Netflix in 2018
When boredom strikes and her parents are too busy to pay her much attention, Coraline decides to explore what's behind a hidden door in her family's house (and finds an alternate universe that's strangely everything she'd ever hoped for). But is it too good to be true? Rated PG.
Mini Michael Jackson fans will dig the second iteration of DreamWorks Spooky Stories, which features a rendition of "Thriller" and not-so-scary tales involving Shrek and other characters. Rated TV-PG.
Mildred Hubble lived an ordinary life—that is, until she discovered Cackle's Academy. As it turns out, Mildred isn't so great at being a witch just yet, but she's trying her best. Rated TV-Y7.
Inspired by R.L. Stein's Goosebumps book series, the '90s show dives into your weirdest, creepiest childhood nightmares (complete with every villain/ghost/ghoul imaginable). Rated TV-Y7.
Meet the most famous monsters in the world, and then the cutest: their kids, who are in preschool! Your tykes will love seeing these toddler-monsters master their powers. Rated TV-Y.
Ghosts, witches and unusual critters don't have to be all that scary—in fact, they can even be pretty funny. Follow Bat Pat and his human pals as they explore supernatural happenings in their hometown. Rated TV-Y.
Apart from Glinda, this red-headed witch seems to be the nicest them all. She'll stop to give many creatures a ride along her journey, but what happens when her broom gets too full? Rated G.
Prepare for yet another adventure with Shaggy, Scooby and the gang—this time as a live-action film. They'll need to be careful though, since Spooky Island is...er...aptly named. Rated PG.
Afraid of the monsters under the bed? So are we. This little boy shares the same fears as most kids his age, though when it comes down to it, he confronts them and makes some very interesting new friends. Rated PG.
A woman's wedding day takes an odd turn when she gets struck by a meteorite and becomes a giant, however, things takes an even weirder turn when she joins forces with monsters to fight an alien mastermind that's trying to conquer planet earth. Rated PG.
While you may not be able to handle an hour of Alvin & The Chipmunks' singalongs on most occasions, your younger set will simply adore this haunted tale and all of its spooky happenings. Rated G.