2. Hocus Pocus: As a really good Disney channel film, Hocus Pocus creeped the hell out of me as a child. Yet I loved watching it every fall!
3. Casper: It's not everyday that you see a ghost, let alone a friendly one.
4. The Babadook: "If it's in a word, or it's in a look, you can't get rid of the Babadook." This film still haunts me today.
5. The Nightmare: Sleep paralysis is awfully terrifying, but some of the re-enactments in this documentary also make it seem kind of funny.
6. It Follows: A look back at an older genre through a creative new story that features some of the best conventions in 80s horror films.
7. Jaws: Da-Dum.....Da-Dum...Da-Dum-Da-Dum-Da-Dum-Da-Dum. You are gonna need a bigger boat for this one!
8. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street: If you like musicals, this is a great horror musical to enjoy on Halloween.
9. Final Destination: These are hilariously gruesome movies that you can play in the background of any activity. I highly recommend throwing it on the television if you are having a Halloween party!
And finally, the featured pick of the week:
10. Halloween: You cannot go wrong with one of the greatest horror movies ever created. Although it was released in 1978, it helped to set up the well-known 80s horror genre. Plus, John Carpenter now tours as a musician, proving that he can sell-out venues because of his pop culture relevance 35+ years after the release of Halloween.