Halloween is one of the most beloved holidays for many people. Disney never fails to celebrate by continuing to create spooky and magical movies for decades. With Disney Plus, it’s now easier than ever to have access to the best Disney Halloween movies.
Whether you’re looking for a classic Halloween flick or a newer favorite, Disney has plenty of options to choose from.
To help you navigate the extensive Disney film library, we’ve compiled a list of the best Disney Halloween movies that may involve cauldrons and a friendly ghost.
1. Adventures in Babysitting (2016)
While not specifically a Halloween movie, this adventurous film takes place on Halloween night and features plenty of costumes and hijinks.
Disney’s Adventures in Babysitting (2016) is a fun and thrilling comedy adventure that follows the story of two babysitters, Jenny and Lola. They must work together to rescue one of the kids from danger.
After accepting a job from a mysterious man, the two end up on an unexpected mission that leads them to a haunted mansion on Halloween night.
Filled with nonstop action and laughs, this is one Disney movie you won’t want to miss!
2. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)
Starting off the list at number 2 of the best Disney Halloween movies is The Adventure of Ichabod and Mr. Toad.
This animated classic follows the story of Ichabod Crane and Mr. Toad as he faces off against the Headless Horseman. The movie features two classic stories, including the spooky tale of Sleepy Hollow.
3. Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Alice in Wonderland (1951) is a beloved classic from Walt Disney Pictures. The film follows the adventures of Alice as she falls down a rabbit hole into a world of strange and extraordinary creatures.
A girl by the name of Alice meets characters such as the White Rabbit, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, a smiling Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, and the Queen of Hearts.
When the Queen orders Alice’s execution, Alice finds herself on a thrilling journey to save herself and her friends.
Alice in Wonderland may not be completely considered a Halloween movie. However, the surreal and strange imagery make it a great choice for the holiday.
4. Beauty and the Beast (1991)
Beauty and the Beast (1991) is a beloved Disney story about Belle, an adventurous and independent-minded young woman who yearns for something more than her small provincial town.
When she trades places with her father, who has been imprisoned by a terrifying beast, Belle must learn to look beyond the monster’s frightening exterior and open her heart to the possibility of true love.
As Belle and the Beast grow closer, they are joined by colorful supporting characters like Lumiere, Mrs. Potts, and Cogsworth.
With its classic musical numbers and intricate plot, Beauty and the Beast is certainly one of Disney’s best Halloween movies for families.
While not specifically a Halloween movie, the creepy castle, and Beast’s transformation give off ominous vibes.
5. The Black Cauldron (1985)
Based on the Chronicles of Prydain book series, this animated movie feature follows a young hero named Taran who embarks on a quest. He must stop the evil Horned King from using a magical cauldron to conquer the mortal world.
6. The Black Hole (1979)
The Black Hole (1979) is a science fiction film set in the far reaches of space. A group of astronauts discovers a ship on the edge of a black hole where they encounter a mad scientist and his robot.
This tense and suspenseful movie is full of incredible special effects and an exciting plot that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats!
7. Bolt (2008)
Bolt (2008) is a computer-animated adventure comedy movie about a canine TV star named Bolt who’s convinced his powers are real.
When he’s accidentally shipped to New York City and separated from his beloved owner, Penny, Bolt embarks on an epic journey across the country to be reunited with his family.
Along the way, he meets a quirky alley cat named Mittens and an enthusiastic hamster named Rhino. Together they have to stay one step ahead of the sinister agents on their trail as well as confront Bolt’s biggest challenge yet: believing in himself.
While not specifically a Halloween movie, the adventurous journey, and spooky villains make it a great choice for the holiday.
8. Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh (1996)
Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh (1996) is a family-friendly Halloween special that follows the adventures of the beloved characters from A.A. Milne’s classic tales. Winnie the Pooh and his friends dress up in costumes and go trick-or-treating in the Hundred Acre Woods.
The movie begins with a trick-or-treating adventure gone wrong, leading Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore to the mysterious “Hundred Acre Wood” in search of a haunted house.
Along their journey, they encounter cheerful ghosts, spooky adventures, and exciting surprises that make this one of the best Disney Halloween movies out there.
9. Brave (2012)
Brave (2012) is Pixar’s take on the classic fairy tale of a brave young girl who sets out to challenge her fate. Merida, the daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor, is determined to break the rules and carve her own destiny.
With a magical archery talent and fiery spirit, she embarks on an epic journey to restore peace to the kingdom. Brave is a heartwarming and whimsical look at courage and heritage.
While not specifically a Halloween movie, the mystical Scottish setting and witchcraft make it a great choice for the holiday.
10. Bride of Boogedy (1987)
The Disney classic, Bride of Boogedy (1987) follows the Brewster family as they move to a small New England town. Upon their arrival, they quickly realize the town is haunted by an evil spirit known as Boogedy.
Despite warnings from the locals, the family sets out to uncover the secrets of Boogedy and his bride. With plenty of mischief and magic, Bride of Boogedy is an excellent classic to watch for Halloween.
11. Casper (1995)
Casper (1995) tells the story of a young girl named Kat who moves with her dad (a ghost communicator) to a haunted mansion. With the help of three mischievous ghosts, she befriends Casper, a friendly ghost who is trying to make contact with humans.
Despite the antics of his unruly roommates, Casper soon proves that ghosts can be good friends! This family-friendly movie has plenty of spooky thrills and laughs for Halloween night.
12. The Cat From Outer Space (1978)
This is a classic Disney movie that follows the story of Frank Wilson, an astronaut who discovers a lost alien cat while on a mission in space.
With the help of his scientist friend Jake and two aliens, Frank sets out to find out what this mysterious cat with special powers is all about.
Along the way, they must outwit the military and a dastardly inventor who is determined to capture the alien cat.
13. The Cat That Looked at a King (2004)
This short film follows the misadventures of Mary Poppins’ magical cat as he visits the Royal Palace with the help of an orphan by the name of Jack.
Together they must face many obstacles before reaching their destination. The Cat That Looked at a King is an uplifting movie that celebrates friendship and courage.
14. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005)
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005) is a classic story following four siblings Peter, Lucy, Edmund, and Susan. They find themselves in the magical world of Narnia after stepping through an old wardrobe.
There they must battle with the White Witch, who has cursed the land with eternal winter. Along their journey, they make some allies and meet Aslan, the Great Lion of Narnia, who helps them defeat the White Witch in a battle between good and evil.
The Chronicles of Narnia is an enduring story about courage and faith that will entertain young viewers this Halloween.
While not specifically a Halloween movie but considered the best of Disney movies, the magical and mystical world of Narnia is a place you’ll want to step into all over again to escape the real world.
15. Coco (2017)
Set during Mexico’s Day of the Dead, this animated musical film follows young Miguel as he embarks on a journey to the Land of the Dead to uncover his family’s history and traditions.
There he meets his deceased great-great-grandmother Imelda, who reveals that Miguel’s family has had a ban on music since the death of Miguel’s great-great-grandfather.
With help from his new friends and some unexpected family secrets, Miguel embarks on an adventure to find his place in the world.
Coco captures beautiful themes of family and tradition, making it a perfect movie for a Halloween night with the family.
16. Hotel Transylvania (2012)
Hotel Transylvania (2012) is a fun animated feature starring Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, and Andy Samberg. The story follows Count Dracula, the owner of an exclusive resort for monsters and other creatures of the night.
In order to keep his daughter Mavis from leaving home to explore the world beyond their walls, he invites some of her human friends to the hotel for a Halloween-themed weekend.
17. Cruella (2021)
This classic film is a live-action movie that captured the eyes with its amazing costume design and casting.
Starring Academy Award winning actress, Emma Stone as Estella, a young fashion designer who falls in with a similar but wrong crowd. Cruella’s crafty and determined attitude is what helps her rise to the top of the fashion world.
With a costume party during Halloween, this movie is sure to be filled with plenty of tricks and treats! She becomes friends with a fashion icon and seeks revenge for her late mother.
18. ParaNorman (2012)
ParaNorman is a 2012 stop-motion animation movie from Laika Entertainment that follows the story of Norman, an outsider who can speak to the dead.
On Halloween, he gets caught up in an ancient curse that unleashes supernatural forces and zombies upon his small town.
With some help from his ghoulish friends, Norman goes on a daring mission to save the town from destruction.
19. Darby O’Gill and the Little People (1959)
This live-action film is a charming tale of Irish folklore that follows the adventures of Darby O’Gill and his encounters with leprechauns to try and save his daughter.
20. Don’t Look Under the Bed (1999)
A girl named Frances discovers that her imaginary friend is actually a Boogeyman and must team up with a friend to defeat him.
21. Double, Double, Toil and Trouble (1993)
The Olsen twins star in this film about twin sisters who must rescue their mother from an evil witch. On Halloween night they accidentally release an evil witch from her prison in an old abandoned house.
With the help of their magical cat Mr. Whiskers, they set out to save their family and prevent the witch’s unspeakable curse from coming true.
22. The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)
The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) is a Walt Disney animated movie about an arrogant Incan emperor who is transformed into a llama.
After being tricked by Yzma, the evil royal advisor, Emperor Kuzco embarks on an adventure to restore himself to his rightful position. Along the way, he meets Pacha, a helpful peasant, and the two team up to defeat Yzma and her minions.
23. Escape to Witch Mountain (1975)
Another one of the best Disney Halloween movies is Escape to Witch Mountain. Two orphaned siblings with psychic powers escape from a sinister government agency that wants to exploit their abilities. They soon seek refuge in a mysterious town.
24. Frankenweenie (2012)
Tim Burton’s stop-motion animation film follows a young boy named Victor who brings his beloved dog back to life after he is hit by a car. However, the reanimated pup has some unexpected consequences.
25. Ghosts of the Abyss (2003)
A documentary film about director James Cameron’s expedition to explore the wreckage of the Titanic and the ghosts of its passengers.
Ghosts of the Abyss follows explorer Bill Paxton and a team of scientists as they explore the sunken Titanic, which has become shrouded in mystery since it went down over 100 years ago.
With the help of groundbreaking underwater technology, the crew is able to uncover secrets about the ship and its passengers that have been hidden for centuries.
26. The Ghosts of Buxley Hall (1980)
The Ghosts of Buxley Hall (1980) is a classic Disney Halloween film based on the book by John Bellairs.
The movie follows two children, Fergie and Flap, who discover that their boarding school is haunted by ghosts who are trying to protect a treasure hidden in the walls of the building.
With the help of an eccentric professor and a talking raven, the kids must find their way out of the building before the ghosts come after them. This movie is full of spooky fun and reminds us that no matter how scary things seem, there is always hope.
27. Girl vs. Monster (2012)
Girl vs. Monster (2012) is a Disney Halloween movie about a teenage girl, Skylar Lewis (Olivia Holt), who discovers that monsters are real.
When the monsters try to take over the world and Skylar has to use her bravery and strength to save it, she finds out that she’s a part of 5th-generation monster hunters with extraordinary powers.
With the help of her friends and family, Skylar must defeat an ancient monster before it can take over the world. This movie is a perfect combination of action and comedy that will have you laughing one moment and scared the next.
28. The Gnome-Mobile (1967)
The Gnome-Mobile (1967) is an enchanting Disney fantasy-adventure movie. It follows the story of two young cousins, Matthew and Ellie Burns, who are left in charge of their grandfather’s estate after his death.
They soon discover a gnome-mobile hidden in the forest that takes them on a magical journey to find the gnome king.
They soon encounter a variety of fantastical creatures and have to navigate treacherous terrain in their search for the Gnome King. It’s a classic Disney movie that is sure to bring delight to your family this Halloween!
29. The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
While not specifically a Halloween movie, a mouse detective must solve a case involving the kidnapping of a toymaker and the evil who is behind it.
This Sherlock Holmes-inspired film has a spooky and mysterious atmosphere that makes it a great choice for the holiday.
30. Halloweentown (1998)
The first movie in the Halloweentown franchise. A young girl named Marnie Piper, played by (Kimberly J. Brown) discovers on her 13th birthday that she comes from a long line of witches and has magical powers.
Her grandmother played by the late (Debbie Reynolds), must save the magical town of Halloweentown from an evil force.
31. Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge (2001)
Marnie, now a teenage witch, and her entire family return to Halloween town to find that an evil warlock has taken over the town.
Along the way, they team up with a variety of supernatural beings and battle against Kalabar’s forces in order to save Aggie. This movie is filled with spooky thrills that will make you jump, laugh, and cheer!
32. Halloweentown High (2004)
Halloweentown High (2004) is the fourth installment in the Halloweentown series. This Disney Halloween movie follows Marnie Piper, a witch from Halloweentown, who must find her place in the mortal world while attending high school.
She learns to navigate the perils of high school while also helping her fellow supernatural classmates with their own problems. In the end, Marnie discovers that being true to yourself is the best way to succeed.
33. The Haunted Mansion (2003)
Eddie Murphy stars in this film based on the popular Disney World ride as a real estate agent who takes his family on a family vacation. He discovers that a family is trapped in a haunted mansion and must find a way to break the curse.
34. The Haunted Mansion Holiday (2001)
A seasonal overlay of the Haunted Mansion ride at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. The movie features characters from The Nightmare Before Christmas. The film follows Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King of Halloweentown, as he attempts to bring his own unique version of Christmas to the world.
After accidentally opening the gates of The Haunted Mansion, Jack finds himself transported to Christmasland where he meets a colorful cast of characters.
With the help of his new friends, Jack strives to make Christmasland a place that everyone can enjoy – even if it does come with some spooky surprises!
35. Mom’s Got a Date With A Vampire (2000)
Mom’s Got a Date With A Vampire (2000) is another Disney Halloween movie with comedic elements. The story follows Adam Hansen, a 14-year-old who discovers his mom, Diane, is dating a vampire named Dimitri.
As Adam tries to break up the relationship, he enlists the help of his two siblings and his best friend, Chelsea.
Together they devise a plan to save his mom from the evil clutches of Dimitri and help her find true love instead.
36. Hocus Pocus (1993)
Three witches, the Sanderson sisters, played by Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy, are resurrected on Halloween night and cause chaos in a small town.
37. Hercules (1997)
Hercules (1997) is an animated Disney movie that follows the journey of the Greek demigod. When Hercules is born to Zeus and Hera, he is taken away from Olympus and adopted by a mortal family.
As a teenager, he learns of his true identity and embarks on an epic quest to find his place in the world.
While not specifically a Halloween movie, the mythology, and monsters, make it a great movie choice for the holiday.
38. Into the Woods (2014)
A baker and his wife are cursed by a once beautiful evil witch played by (Meryl Streep) to be childless forever.
To reverse the curse they must go into the woods to find the ingredients that restore the witch’s beauty.
39. Invisible Sister (2015)
Invisible Sister (2015) is a comedy-drama Disney movie about the adventures of teenage science whiz Cleo and her older sister Molly. When Cleo’s science experiment goes horribly wrong, she inadvertently creates an invisibility serum that turns Molly invisible.
With help from their best friend, they embark on a wild and hilarious journey to find a way to make Molly visible again before it’s too late.
40. The Jungle Book (1967)
The Jungle Book (1967) is an animated classic based on the stories of Rudyard Kipling. This timeless Disney movie follows the adventures of Mowgli, who was raised by a pack of wolves in the jungles of India.
Along the way, he makes friends with Baloo, a laid-back bear, and Bagheera, a wise panther who tries to help him survive the formidable Sher Khan.
With themes of courage and friendship, The Jungle Book is an ideal choice for family movie nights during Halloween festivities.
41. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1949)
You’re in for a spooky season with this Halloween movie! Another animated classic, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is a short story by Washington Irving that tells the story of Ichabod Crane and his encounter with the Headless Horseman.
42. Lilo & Stitch (2002)
While not specifically a Halloween movie, this Disney Channel movie includes extraterrestrial and paranormal elements that make it a great choice for the holiday. Lilo is a Hawaiian native who gets a new friend who is a blue alien from outer space.
43. The Little Mermaid (1989)
The Little Mermaid (1989) is a classic Disney movie starring the titular character, Ariel, a mermaid who dreams of becoming human. Ariel strikes a deal with Ursula, an evil sea witch, and trades her voice in exchange for legs so she can live on land.
Ariel goes on to meet Sebastian, a wise-cracking crab and falls in love with the handsome Prince Eric.
The mysterious atmosphere of the sea with Ursula’s underwater lair gives all the spooky vibes.
44. Maleficent (2014)
If you’re really into scary movies, this might be the one for the teenage audience. This is a rendition of Sleeping Beauty with instead of Aurora being the protagonist the movie is shown through the lens of our antagonist, Maleficent, played by (Angelina Jolie).
You sympathize with her character because in a way this is her origin story. But what happens when the character you’re rooting for starts to do the wrong thing?
45. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977) is a classic Disney movie that follows the adventures of the lovable bear Winnie the Pooh and all of his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood.
The movie includes three different stories, beginning with “Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree,” and ending with “Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too.”
The movie contains all of the classic Pooh characters in adorable Halloween costumes as they search for Eeyore’s missing tail.
While not specifically a Halloween movie, the creepy Heffalumps and Woozles dream sequence make it a great choice for the holiday.
46. Mickey’s House of Villains (2001)
I may be a little biased but this is one of my favorite Disney Halloween movies to this day. This is a stand-alone sequel to the Christmas movie Mickey’s Magical Christmas with all of the beloved Disney characters and villains in one place including Donald Duck and Ursula.
Mickey and the heroes have to fight against villains to defend the House of Mouse on Halloween night. This is one of the best Halloween movies by Disney!
47. Monsters, Inc. (2001)
Even though this is not considered one of the Disney Channel Halloween movies, it still belongs on the list of Halloween movies because of the monsters and scares.
Mike Wazowski and his best friend Sully are monsters who work at Monsters Inc. The company thrives on monsters scaring children at bedtime, but when one child sneaks through it causes a whole lot of chaos.
48. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
This iconic stop-motion animated film filled with musical numbers follows Pumpkin King Jack Skellington as he discovers Christmas town.
The movie is filled with spooky pumpkin patches, eerie skeletons, and an unforgettable soundtrack. It’s a must-watch for Halloween!
49. Now You See Him, Now You Don’t (1972)
A Disney Channel Original movie about a college student who creates an invisibility formula that attracts the attention of a group of bank robbers.
50. The Parent Trap (1961)
The Parent Trap (1961) is a classic Disney movie. The film follows the story of identical twins, Hallie Parker and Annie James, who were separated at birth after their parents’ divorce.
When they accidentally meet at summer camp, they hatch a plan to switch places in order to reunite with their parents.
While not specifically a Halloween movie, the spooky and mysterious camp setting makes it a great choice for the holiday.
51. The Phantom of the Megaplex (2000)
A young man working at a movie theater must solve a series of strange occurrences before the premiere of a new movie.
52. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) is the first installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean movie series.
The film follows Jack Sparrow, a crafty pirate captain, as he attempts to reclaim his stolen ship from the ruthless ghostly pirate Captain Barbossa.
While not specifically a Halloween movie, the ghostly pirates and supernatural elements make it a great choice for the holiday.
53. Pooh’s Heffalump Halloween Movie (2005)
The Hundred Acre Wood gang discovers a spooky creature and learns the importance of facing your fears.
54. The Princess and the Frog (2009)
The Princess and the Frog (2009) is an animated musical fantasy film that tells the story of an ambitious young woman, Tiana, who dreams of opening her own restaurant in New Orleans.
When she reluctantly kisses a cursed frog prince, she unexpectedly transforms into a frog herself and embarks on a journey to find a way back to her human form.
With the help of a trumpet-playing alligator, a Cajun firefly, and an old blind lady who lives in the bayou, Tiana must face danger and adventure to break the witch’s spell. This Disney classic is filled with beautiful music and spooky elements like voodoo.
55. Return to Halloweentown (2006)
Marnie, this time played by (Sara Paxton), attends college in Halloweentown. She returns to the Spiritworld of Halloweentown on an adventure to save the town from a dark force.
With the help of her cousins, Marnie has to use her newfound magical powers to protect Halloweentown and find a way to return home.
56. Return from Witch Mountain (1978)
The sequel to Escape to Witch Mountain, Return from Witch Mountain (1978) is a classic Disney movie about two orphaned children, Tony and Tia Malone, who discover they have supernatural powers.
After being kidnapped by a mysterious woman named Letha, the two siblings must use their powers to stop an evil plot to control the world’s energy resources.
57. The Scream Team (2002)
Two siblings discover that they come from a long line of ghost hunters, and are enlisted for help from a family of ghosts.
Coffin Ed played by (Eric Idle) must solve the mystery of their death so they can move on to the afterlife even if the siblings have to confront evil spirits.
58. Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)
Based on the novel by Ray Bradbury, this horror movie follows two boys who discover a sinister carnival that has dark secrets.
After discovering that the carnival’s attractions can grant one’s deepest desires, they must use all their wit and courage to fight against the sinister force and protect their small town.
59. Spooky Buddies (2011)
The talking Buddie puppies return for a Halloween adventure where they must stop an evil Hound from summoning a legendary ghost dog to take over the world. This cute and Hallowen-themed film will put you in the Halloween spirit.
60. The Sword in the Stone (1963)
The Sword in the Stone (1963) is a classic Disney animated film based on the novel by T. H White. The movie follows a young orphan boy named Wart. With the help of an old wizard known as Merlin, Wart gains incredible knowledge and skills to become King Arthur.
Along his journey, he befriends a talking owl called Archimedes, a feisty squirrel named Scullimore, and a goofy warthog called Sir Ector. He must put his newfound skills to the test in order to save the kingdom from destruction.
61. The Three Caballeros (1944)
The Three Caballeros (1944) is a classic animated Disney movie that follows the adventures of Donald Duck and his two amigos, José Carioca and Panchito.
The trio embarks on a magical journey through Latin America, where they explore the culture, customs, and people of each locale.
During their travels, they experience thrilling adventures, become involved in a wild treasure hunt, and even encounter a mysterious ghost.
With humor, music, and fantastical imagery The Three Caballeros is an unforgettable Disney experience.
62. Tower of Terror (1997)
Based on the Disney World ride, this film follows a journalist and her niece as they try to uncover the truth behind the disappearance of a group of people in a haunted hotel.
63. Toy Story of Terror! (2013)
Toy Story of Terror! (2013) is a Halloween-themed Disney animated movie that follows the gang from the memorable Toy Story films as they embark on a road trip.
During their journey, the toys become stranded in an unfamiliar motel and must defend themselves against an unseen force terrorizing them.
With the help of a peculiar purple toy named Combat Carl, the gang must work together to uncover the mysterious monster and save their friends. With plenty of spooky surprises, Toy Story of Terror! is an exciting movie perfect for Halloween.
64. Tron (1982)
Tron (1982) is a cult classic science fiction movie from Disney that follows the story of computer programmer Kevin Flynn.
When Kevin discovers his employer has stolen his work, he is transported into the cyber world of The Grid and forced to compete in a series of deadly games.
While not specifically a Halloween movie, the sci-fi elements, and dark digital world make it a great choice for the holiday.
65. Twitches (2005)
Twitches (2005) is a Disney made-for-TV movie with witchcraft. Tia and Tamara Mowry star as twin witches Alexandra and Camryn. Separated at birth, the girls are reunited on their 21st birthday when they find out they have special powers.
When their home kingdom of Coventry is threatened by darkness, the twins must team up and use their powers to save it.
Along the way, they learn the importance of family, trusting each other, and working together. With comedy, adventure, and a little bit of magic, Twitches is sure to be a hit with your family this Halloween season!
66. Twitches Too (2007)
The twin witches return for another adventure where they must stop a group of dark beings from taking over their world. This time around, the girls must help their Aunt Sophia battle her own evil twin and stop her from unleashing a plague of darkness in Coventry.
With the help of magic staffs, a special amulet, and their loyal friends, Alex and Camryn must use all their knowledge and skills to defeat the enemy
67. Under Wraps (1997)
Three kids discover a mummy in their neighbor’s basement and must protect it from an evil group of archaeologists.
68. Up (2009)
Up (2009) is an animated adventure from Pixar and Disney that follows the journey of 78-year-old Carl Fredricksen. After years of being a lonely widower, Carl hatches a plan to fulfill his lifelong dream — travel to Paradise Falls in South America.
With the help of thousands of helium balloons tied to his house, he embarks on a journey of discovery with his friend — an 8-year-old Wilderness Explorer called Russell.
Along the way, they encounter a variety of supernatural encounters including talking dogs, colorful birds, and mysterious creatures — all while avoiding the clutches of the evil villain Charles Muntz.
While not specifically a Halloween movie, the supernatural encounters, and the evil villain will set our kid in the Halloween mood!
69. Watcher in the Woods (1980)
A family moves into a secluded country home and encounters a mysterious force that has haunted the woods for decades.
70. The Watcher in the Woods (2017)
The Watcher in the Woods is a 2017 Disney Halloween movie. The story follows the adventures of Janet, an American teenager who is visiting her aunt and uncle in England.
When she arrives at their home, strange events begin to occur. She discovers that a mysterious figure known as “The Watcher” has been haunting the woods surrounding the home and is determined to find out who or what it is.
With the help of her new friends, including a psychic medium, an eccentric scientist, and an amateur detective, Janet sets out to solve the mystery of the Watcher. As she digs deeper into the mystery, she discovers secrets about her family’s past that could lead to grave consequences.
A remake of the 1980 film, with updated effects and a modernized story.
71. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit is a classic animated film from 1988 set in Hollywood in 1947. The film follows the story of Eddie Valiant, a private detective hired to solve the case of Roger Rabbit, a cartoon character accused of murder.
Eddie soon discovers that there are powerful people behind the scenes who plan to stop him from uncovering the truth.
While not specifically a Halloween movie, the combination of live-action and animated characters, including ghosts and cartoon monsters, make it a great choice for the holiday.
72. The Worst Witch (1986)
A girl attends a school for witches and must navigate the challenges of mastering her powers and avoiding the wrath of the evil headmistress.
73. The Witches (2020)
Based on the novel by Roald Dahl, this Halloween classic follows a young boy who discovers a group of witches with sinister plans.
74. Disenchanted (2022)
After living in a magical kingdom, Giselle begins to settle in New York City with her husband and the rest of her family. However, she finds herself locked in the harsh reality of a world where fairytales are only told from books.
In a desperate attempt to escape, Giselle discovers a town not too far from the bustling city that resembles her home, Andalasia.
But not everyone is on board with the move including her oldest stepdaughter who would rather live a normal life. Disenchanted is a movie covered with magic both good and evil.
75. Z-O-M-B-I-E-S (2018)
This musical follows a group of high school students, including a zombie, as they try to unite their school and overcome their differences. This movie is a great film for family movie night.
76. Z-O-M-B-I-E-S 2 (2020)
The sequel to Z-O-M-B-I-E-S, where the zombies and humans must band together to face a new threat.
77. Aliens Ate My Homework (2018)
Aliens Ate My Homework is a 2018 science fiction comedy adventure film based on the book series of the same name by Bruce Coville.
It follows the story of Rod Allbright, an average sixth grader who discovers an alien invasion underway after a malfunctioning spaceship crash-lands in his bedroom.
With the help of two aliens, Rod must save Earth before it’s too late. This family-friendly movie is sure to have everyone laughing along as Rod and his newfound alien friends get into spooky misadventures!
78. Zombies 2: The Musical (2020)
Zombies 2: The Musical (2020) is a musical adventure film with catchy songs and dance numbers that follows the story of Addison and Zed, two zombie teenagers at Seabrook High School.
They are determined to prove that zombies can be just as successful as humans in their school life, but they must face many obstacles on their journey.
79. Descendents (2015)
Descendents (2015) is a Disney Channel Original Movie about the teenage sons and daughters of classic Disney villains.
When they are invited to attend a prep school in the kingdom of Auradon, they must decide if they will follow in their parents’ footsteps or choose their own paths.
Along the way, they discover their true identity and learn the importance of accepting and embracing each other’s differences.
80. Zootopia (2016)
Zootopia (2016) is an animated Disney movie about the city of Zootopia, a multicultural metropolis inhabited by animals of all shapes and sizes.
The protagonist, Judy Hopps, is a rookie rabbit cop who must work with a fast-talking fox con artist to solve the mystery behind the sudden disappearance of several citizens.
Best Disney Halloween Movies Guide
I hope you enjoyed reading the ultimate list of Disney Halloween movies. All year is the perfect time of year for the strange things you see in Disney Halloween films. Disney has produced many Halloween-themed movies over the years, from classic fairy tales to modern live-action films to even horror films.
Whether you’re in the mood for a spooky ghost story, a fun adventure, or a heartfelt musical, there’s a Disney movie that’s perfect for your Halloween viewing pleasure.
The 80 movies listed here are just a small selection of the many great Disney Halloween movies available.
If you’re looking for a classic scare or a family-friendly adventure, there’s a Disney movie out there that’s perfect for Halloween. With so many options to choose from, you can make it a movie marathon and enjoy a full day or weekend of spooky Disney fun.
So, gather your family and friends, grab some popcorn, and get ready for a spooky and fun-filled Disney Halloween movie marathon.
With so many great options to choose from on the streaming service, Disney Plus, you’re sure to find the perfect movies to make your Halloween a magical and memorable one. Happy Halloween!
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