15 Best Halloween Movies For Kids Stream On Netflix (2022)

Best Halloween movies for kids on Netflix
Best Halloween movies for kids on Netflix

Your kid and ghouls have a lot of looking forward to before come Halloween, with the best Halloween food, Halloween outfits for kids, and Halloween decorations.

However, we understand that a holiday dedicated to thrills and chills can be too much for some children. If your family is looking for something a little less terrifying this Halloween, check out these Netflix kids’` Halloween movies.

Each Halloween film is suitable for children to watch without the screams. In reality, most of them, like other hilarious frightening movies, are more likely to make you laugh before sleep. Enjoy Halloween-themed cartoons like ParaNorman, Spooky Tales, and Captain Underpants: Hack-a-Ween with your kids. On the other hand, older children will like films that are a little scarier, such as The Spiderwick Chronicles or Goosebumps 2, which are based on the spooky books by best-selling author R.L. Stine.

Netflix has also released a number of Halloween-themed originals, such as A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting, that are appropriate for all ages and tastes. Grab some popcorn, switch on the Halloween string lights, and turn on Netflix because these Halloween movies for kids are exactly what they want to see.

Netflix’s Top Halloween Movies For Kids In 2022

1. A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting 

A high school student gets hired by a secret club of babysitters to fight the Boogeyman and his monsters when they kidnap the boy she’s babysitting on Halloween.

2. Bigfoot Family

Following up on Boy of Bigfoot, the dad uses his newfound renown to oppose an Alaskan oil business, but when he vanishes, the son, mother, raccoon, and bear journey north to find him.

3. Nightbooks

Fan of scary stories Alex must tell a terrifying story every night or he will spend the rest of his life confined in a wicked witch’s magical house with his new friend.

4. The Spiderwick Chronicles 

Twin brothers Jared and Simon Grace, together with their sister Mallory, are drawn into another universe full of sky fairies and other monsters after settling into the run-down Spiderwick Estate with their mother.

5. Gnome Alone 

Chloe must choose between pursuing a desirable high school life and joining the war against the Troggs when she realizes that her new home’s lawn gnomes are not what they appear.

6. Liar Liar Vampire

Davis achieves sudden celebrity status after Caitlyn, the most popular girl in school, fails to identify him as a vampire. Davis enlists his next-door neighbor, Vi, to assist him to ramp up his vampire act. Will they be able to deceive the school if they work together?

7. Ghost Patrol

Gabi and Spence, including the Spooky Dog, are the “Ghost Patrol,” the paranormal pest control for their town, although they’ve never seen a real ghost. When they are dispatched to explore the old Geist Manor, they are going to discover the proof they need – as well as a lot more.

8. The NeverEnding Story

Bastian (Barret Oliver) avoids bullies by ducking into a bookstore on his route to school. Bastian sneaks into the school attic with a book titled “The Neverending Story” and begins reading it. Fantasia, a magical realm threatened by “The Nothing,” a horror that destroys everything it touches, is the setting for the book. A human kid is required to help the kingdom thrive. Bastian begins to wonder if Fantasia is genuine and needs him to survive when he sees a portrait of himself in the book.

9. Hubie Halloween

Hubie Dubois is a figure of ridicule for both youngsters and adults, despite his dedication to his city of Salem (and its Halloween celebration). But something strange is happening this year, and Hubie is the only one who can protect Halloween.

10. Spookley the Square Pumpkin 

Spookley is a pumpkin with a square rather than round shape. Other cruel spherical pumpkins poke and taunt him. However, he is aided by a Scarecrow and his two bat sidekicks, as well as three very amusing spiders.

11. A Witches’ Ball

A Witches’ Ball tells the story of a young witch who is able to dive headfirst into the witching realm, but not without first leaping over some magical stumbling blocks.

12. Labyrinth

When Sarah’s desire for her baby brother Toby to be taken away is granted by the Goblin King Jareth, she is given 13 hours to navigate a labyrinth and recover him.

11. Paranorman


Norman Babcock (Kodi Smit-McPhee), a teenage boy with the ability to communicate with the dead, enjoys their company over that of the living.

Norman learns from his weird Uncle Prenderghast (John Goodman) that a centuries-old witch’s curse on his village is genuine, and only Norman could stop it.

When the undead arises from the grave, Norman must use all of his courage and compassion, as well as his supernatural skills, to save his fellow citizens.

12. A Go! Go! Cory Carson Halloween

The kid’s series chronicles Cory Carson’s adventures, which are based on the VTech Go. Go. toy line.

13. Starbeam: Halloween Hero

Zoey turns into superhero StarBeam, and Henry becomes her sidekick Booster, and the two embark on a mission to preserve Halloween and restore all of the candy to Somerset’s children. They act to be pirates in order to gain Captain Fishbeard’s confidence, then sing him a pirates lullaby in order to reclaim the sweets.

14. The Little Vampire

To fight a vampire hunter, a 13-year-old human and a vampire of the same age link up.

15. True: Tricky Treat Day

True, a brave eight-year-old protector, utilizes wishes from the Wishing Tree to help defend the residents of the Rainbow Kingdom’s colorful country.

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Maria Gasper is a 'The Current' intern. She is a Journalism student at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. In June of last year, she was a reporting intern at Financial Planning magazine. She enjoys eating pasta, reading books by her favourite journalists, and playing with her three dogs when she is not writing finance articles. Words from Maria: “Money is a terrible master but an excellent servant.”