38 Best Disney Halloween Movies You Can Stream on Disney+
Spooky season is fast approaching, which means it’s time to break out pumpkin carving tools and start watching your favorite Halloween films. Fortunately, we’ve got plenty of great options, from nightmare-worthy classics to kid-friendly films. And of course, we can’t forget about the Disney Halloween movies that totally freaked us out as kids (we’re looking at you, Hocus Pocus).
Whether you’re feeling nostalgic or you’re in the mood to enjoy a spooky family flick with loved ones, here are the 38 best Disney Halloween movies you can start streaming on Disney+ right now.
1. ‘Girl vs. Monster’ (2012)
When Skylar (Olivia Holt) tries to sneak out of the house to meet her crush, she accidentally frees a monster from its chamber and discovers that her parents are actually monster-hunters. Now that the creature is hell-bent on revenge, it's up to her and her friends to take it down.
2. ‘Phantom of the Megaplex’ (2002)
As Pete Riley (Taylor Handley) and his colleagues at the Megaplex theater prepare for a star-studded event, strange occurrences begin to take place, causing everyone to suspect that the theater is truly haunted by a phantom.
3. ‘Halloweentown’ (1998)
Young Marnie (Kimberly J. Brown) and her siblings are in for a spooky adventure when their grandmother Aggie (Debbie Reynolds) takes them on a tour of Halloweentown, a place filled with witches, goblins and vampires.
4. ‘Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge’ (2001)
When Halloweentown suddenly loses all its color and magic, Aggie, Marnie and her sister Sophie team up to get to the bottom of the matter.
5. ‘Halloweentown High’ (2004)
Marnie and the teens of Halloweentown land a huge victory after she convinces the Council to let kids attend high school in the mortal world. But their celebration is cut short when the evil Knight of the Iron Dagger appears to stir up trouble.
6. ‘Return to Halloweentown' (2006)
Marnie (Sara Paxton) is now 18 and headed for Witch University on a full scholarship—but it's not exactly smooth-sailing. When she discovers that she holds a key to unlock the secret of an ancient prophecy, she enlists the help of her old friends.
7. ‘Maleficent’ (2014)
Sleeping Beauty gets a sinister twist in this live-action remake, where the classic fairy tale is told through the eyes of Angelina Jolie's Maleficent, one of the most iconic Disney villains ever. Though critics had mixed feelings about the film, it's actually Jolie's highest-grossing film to date.
8. ‘Coco’ (2017)
When Miguel (voiced by Anthony Gonzalez), a 12-year-old aspiring musician, accidentally stumbles into the magical world of his ancestors, he uncovers some interesting secrets about his family.
9. ‘The Haunted Mansion’ (2003)
A family vacation turns into a spooky adventure when real estate agent Jim Evers (Eddie Murphy) takes his family to a huge mansion that happens to be cursed.
10. ‘Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire’ (2000)
Adam Hansesn (Matt O'Leary) and his sister are desperate to get their mom out of the house so they can go about their sneaky plans. But things take a turn for the worse when Adam realizes that his mom's new date just might be an evil vampire.
11. ‘Don't Look Under the Bed’ (1999)
When France McCausland (Erin Chambers) gets framed for a bunch of awful pranks in her hometown, she enlists the help of her brother's imaginary friend, Larry Houdini (Ty Hodges), to clear her name.
12. ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ (1993)
After stumbling upon Christmas Town, Jack Skellington, Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, feels inspired to fill Santa’s shoes and bring some holiday cheer of his own. Unfortunately, his efforts quickly turn into one big nightmare.
13. ‘Twitches’ (2005)
Based on the book series by H. B. Gilmour and Randi Reisfeld, the movie follows identical twins Alex (Tia Mowry-Hardrict) and Camryn (Tamera Mowry-Housley). On their 21st birthday, they discover that they have magical powers and learn that there's a destiny to fulfill.
14. ‘Twitches Too’ (2007)
Go Twitches! Alex and Camryn are back, but this time, as they learn to master their powers together, an evil force threatens the magical land of Coventry—and it's up to these two to save the day.
15. ‘The Scream Team’ (2002)
Ian (Mark Rendall) and Claire (Kat Dennings) tag along with their dad when he visits his childhood home for the funeral of his own father. As the hometown plans a Halloween Festival, the kids learn that ghosts are actually a real thing—and that one of them is holding the spirit of their grandfather captive.
17. ‘Return to Oz’ (1985)
OK, so it’s not *technically* a Halloween movie. But this dark twist on the classic tale makes it a fitting choice for any spooky movie night. Dorothy (Fairuza Balk) returns to Oz and is surprised to see that her old pals have turned to stone. Even worse, she has to go up against some dangerous new enemies in order to save her friends and Emerald City.
18. ‘Frankenweenie’ (2012)
It’s the most entertaining twist on Frankenstein you’ll ever see. Frankenweenie follows Victor and his pet dog, Sparky. After Sparky passes away, Victor uses science to bring his pup back to life—but his new creation just might do more harm than good.
19. 'Escape to Witch Mountain' (1975)
Two alien orphans are determined to learn the truth about their past, but things get rather complicated when an evil millionaire tries to exploit them for their powers.
20. 'Return From Witch Mountain' (1978)
In this sequel, Bette Davis and Christopher Lee are criminals who nearly destroy the city of Los Angeles after using a young boy for his supernatural abilities. But there might be hope yet for the city, thanks to the little boy's powerful sister and her group of friends.
22. ‘Z-O-M-B-I-E-S’ (2018)
Who says that zombies and humans can't coexist? In this musical adaptation of David Light and Joseph Raso's ‘Zombies & Cheerleaders,’ a teen zombie athlete and a human cheerleader try to establish peace between their respective groups.
23. ‘Mr. Boogedy’ (1986)
Despite warnings about a mysterious ghost that's been haunting their new home, the Davises move in and learn the hard way that ancient ghosts have been lurking in their spacious abode—including the terrifying Boogedy Man.
24. ‘Bride of Boogedy’ (1987)
Just one year after the Davis family defeats Mr. Boogedy and gets their happily ever after in Lucifer Falls, the evil spirit makes a comeback. Only this time, he's hungry for revenge.
25. ‘Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie’ (2009)
A family vacation in the Caribbean goes south when Alex Russo (Selena Gomez) accidentally casts a spell that drastically alters the lives of everyone in the family and, worse yet, threatens to make the kids vanish altogether. Can she reverse the spell in time?
26. ‘The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex’ (2013)
This time, the Russo family heads to Italy to meet their relatives, but when Alex winds up conjuring a spell that creates a Good Alex and an Evil Alex, the young wizard is tasked with saving her family from her evil doppelganger.
27. ‘Invisible Sister’
An introverted teen named Cleo (Rowan Blanchard) accidentally makes her popular sister invisible when a science experiment goes horribly wrong. The only problem? Cleo has to impersonate her sister as they work together to reverse the invisibility.
28. ‘The Ghosts of Buxley Hall’ (1980)
Resident ghosts at the ancient Buxley Military Academy are disappointed to learn that the century-old school is merging with an all-girls school. As a result, they go out of their way to try and stop this merge. Get ready to laugh.
29. ‘Toy Story of Terror!’ (2013)
After surviving their adventures at the daycare in Toy Story 3, Woody and the gang embark on a road trip in this Halloween special. But when they get a flat tire, they end up at a spooky hotel, where they experience a series of mysterious events.
30. ‘Monsters, Inc.’ (2001)
Welcome to the Monsters Incorporated factory, where the most skilled monsters get paid to scare as many little kids as possible. In Monstropolis, it’s believed that all children are toxic, but two monsters start thinking otherwise when one child sneaks into the factory. This charming flick will appeal to kids and parents alike.
31. ‘Smart House’ (1999)
Okay, so it’s not technically a Halloween movie, but it certainly has plenty of scary moments. Ben Cooper (Ryan Merriman) and his family are stoked to win a "Smart House," but when the digital assistant, Pat, morphs into an overbearing mother, the new home turns into a nightmare.
32. ‘Now You See It’ (2005)
Allyson Miller (Aly Michalka), an aspiring TV producer, agrees to work on a reality show about finding the world's best kid magician. In the process, she meets an incredibly skilled young magician named Danny (Johnny Pacar), but it’s only a matter of time before she discovers his big secret.
33. ‘The Sorcerer's Apprentice’ (2010)
Nicolas Cage stars as a master sorcerer who fights to protect his city from a dangerous enemy, but after realizing that he needs help, he recruits Dave (Jay Baruchel), an unlikely accomplice, and trains him on the science of magic.
34. ‘The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad’ (1949)
Based on Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows and Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, the classic fantasy follows two tales: One centers on the wealthy Mr. Toad and the other, Ichabod Crane, who travels through Sleepy Hollow one night and crosses paths with the Headless Horseman.
35. ‘Blackbeard's Ghost’ (1968)
When the ghost of Blackbeard (Peter Ustinov) suddenly appears in New England, he learns that he's been cursed to wander the Earth until he performs at least one good deed. Thankfully, he gets his opportunity when he sees that a college track team could use his assistance.
36. ‘Lonesome Ghosts’ (1937)
Gather the kids for this fun and spooky adventure, where three mischievous ghosts decide to have some fun with Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy on a stormy night.
37. ‘Bedknobs and Broomsticks’ (1971)
Set during the Blitz in 1940, the film follows a newbie witch who intends to use her spells in the British war effort against the Nazis, but not without the help of three curious young children.