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With Halloween lurking just around the corner, what better way to get in the mood for it than with some spooky films.


Suitable for everyone.

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Labyrinth (U)

Be careful what you ask for. After Sarah wishes the goblin king, Jareth, would take her baby brother away, she ends up having to journey through a labyrinth to get him back before he is turned into a goblin.

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Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (U)

Our plasticine heroes must stop a giant, menacing rabbit from ruining a town’s annual giant vegetable competition, in another stop-motion masterpiece.

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Monsters, Inc. (U)

When a human child ends up getting into Monstropolis, the resident monsters must face their own fear of people and return her to our world.

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Casper (PG)

Kids are sure to love the story of Casper the friendly ghost and his connection with Kat, but there are also a few spooky moments to keep them on edge!

For older Scouts.

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Hocus Pocus (PG)

The cult classic is always a popular film around Halloween – need we say more? Definitely worth a re-re-re-watch!

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The Corpse Bride (PG)

The king of creepiness, Tim Burton, delivers the perfect Halloween film with this eerie and spooky animated feature.

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The Addams Family (PG)

Another classic like Hocus Pocus, the wacky, zany and spooky Addams Family are essential Halloween viewing.

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The Witches (PG)

Based on the Roald Dahl book, this story of how all the world’s witches plan to turn children into mice will surely spook the kids.

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The Goonies (12)

A great adventure film with a spooky twist as a band of misfit kids venture in search of treasure and get a lot more than they bargained for.


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