Top 5 Halloween Movies

Suzie Lee

    Every October people celebrate the visiting of fall; people carve up pumpkin or go trick-or-treating or bake a pumpkin pie, but mostly, watching spooky movies with friends and family is the most favorite activities to do in halloween.

    Just from the title, the “Halloween” (1978) by director John Carpenter is the most famous halloween movie to start the movie night. The horror film’s storyline follows by Michael Myers, the leading role, who killed his sister on halloween night 1963.

    “The Silence of Lamb” (1991) directed by Jonathan Demme is also notorious among critics for being strange and hair-rising throughout the movie. Movie creates a question among the human’s limitations and topic of cannibalism.

    If thriller, horror movies are not the typical go-to during halloween, “Hocus Pocus” will be a great film to watch with a family and friends who does not enjoy scary movies. “Hocus Pocus” (1993) is comedy, fantasy, family movie directed by Kenny Ortega. Three witches try to earn energy from Max, the protagonist, so they can live forever. The film gives a good laugh in between but still follows spooky atmosphere.

    Similar to “Hocus Pocus”, “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (1993) by director Henry Selick is a great family halloween movie. The movie’s age rate is PG, and exquisite animations gives endless imagination to children.

    “The Addams Family” (1991) directed by Barry Sonnenfeld is also a cult-favorite classic movie among halloween fans; the Addams family is Halloween itself.

    Halloween is coming around the corner closely, and these Halloween movies will raise up the spirit of spooky and mysterious atmosphere.

    

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