9 Halloween flicks to binge on this spooky season

Spooky season is here. Dive into some classic and new released movies this All Hallows Eve.


By Isabela Diaz, Entertainment Editor

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1. “The Exorcist” (1973)

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Genre: Horror/Supernatural

Being one of the most successful, classic horror movies, “The Exorcist” is loosely based on true events that happened in late 1940s Maryland. The story follows the demonic possession of a 12-year-old girl, Regan, and her mother’s efforts to save her.

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2. “The Amityville Horror” (1979)

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Genre: Horror/Drama

Following the publication of a novel in 1977, the plot follows newlyweds and their three children who move into the house they believed would be their dream home in a small town. This fantasy gets put to a halt as the family is soon terrorized by demonic forces.

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3. “The Shining” (1980)

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Genre: Horror/Mystery

Serving as the caretaker and hoping to cure his writer’s block, Jack Torrance relocates his family to the Overlook Hotel in Colorado for the winter season. A menacing presence influences Jack to become a homicidal maniac while his son continues to see premonitions from both past and future.


4. “Halloweentown” (1998)

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Genre: Family/Fantasy
On her 13th birthday, Marnie and her siblings follow their grandma back to Halloweentown, a place where supernatural beings can lead a normal life. Soon after discovering she comes from a lineage of witches, Marnie and her grandmother must save Halloweentown from invading evil forces.

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5. “The Blair Witch Project” (1999)

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Genre: Horror/Indie Film

In search of a local urban legend, three student filmmakers enter the woods to find the Blair Witch. One year later, their film and video are recovered from the woods but the students are never to be found.

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6. “The Corpse Bride” (2005)

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Genre: Animation/Fantasy

Set in a Victorian British village, Victor and Victoria are caught in an arranged marriage organized by their families. Practicing his wedding vows alone in the forest, Victor spontaneously finds himself married to Emily, the corpse bride. He’s trapped in the land of the dead whilst Victoria is worried in the land of the living.

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7. “Coraline” (2009)

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Genre: Animation/Fantasy

Frustrated about moving into her new home, Coraline explores her new house and discovers a secret door that leads to an alternate world that closely mirrors her own. All is good until her parallel family tries to keep her there forever.

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8. “Get Out” (2017)

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Genre: Horror/Thriller

Chris and Rose have reached the stage in their relationship where they meet the parents. Making a weekend getaway upstate starts off as an awkward visit but quickly turns into his fight for sanity and survival.

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9. “Us” (2019)

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Genre: Horror/Thriller

Taking a family vacation to a childhood home, Adelaide Wilson is still traumatized from past experiences. With a growing concern that something bad is bound to happen, her fears soon become reality when masked strangers harass the Wilsons into a battle for survival.