Spooky season is quickly approaching — pizza & wine, anyone? Pair this with a classic Halloween movie accompanied by your besties, and you'll have a night to remember!
Here are five Halloween movies perfect for your girls’ night in.
1. The Addams Family
Every Halloween, we see people dressed up as Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday, or someone else from The Addams Family. These characters will never go out of style, nor will the movie.
A Halloween favorite, prepare yourself for good laughs and gothic styles! It is the perfect pick if you're looking for a film to get you in the Halloween spirit (minus the scares!).
2. Edward Scissorhands
Scissor blades instead of hands? Your girl's night in just got that much more interesting!
There's nothing like the legendary Edward Scissorhands to start the spooky season. Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder gave us a masterpiece with this fantasy romance film.
Edward Scissorhands features a man with scissor blades for his hands. He lives a solitary life until he meets… well, you'll have to see for yourself!
3. Hocus Pocus
Winifred, Sarah, and Mary—three Salem witches resurrected just in time for Halloween. Does this storyline ring a bell? We're sure it does!
Watch the Sanderson sisters in the epic Hocus Pocus family-friendly comedy. This movie has been delighting audiences since 1993, with the sequel about to arrive this year!
We know you and your girls will enjoy this Halloween favorite, no matter how many times you've seen it!
4. Corpse Bride
This next one's a little different but equally spooky!
Corpse Bride is a stop-motion animated musical dark fantasy film. The action begins when a groom (Victor) visits the land of the dead, where he meets Emily (the corpse bride). Victor was planning on marrying his bride Victoria, but destiny had other plans!
You and your girls will love the unique yet captivating storyline of Corpse Bride. Add this to your watch list if you haven't done so already!
You didn't think we'd wrap up without mentioning Carrie, did you?
We honestly don't know what version we like more—the 1976 version starring Sissy Spacek or the more recent 2013 revival where Chloe Grace Moretz plays Carrie. They're both chilling and classic adaptions of Stephen King's horror novel.
Teenager Carrie White is the victim of bullying by classmates at school and abuse by her pious mother at home. Through it all, she discovers she has supernatural powers, which she uses to seek revenge on those who have wronged her.
You'll have to see the rest for yourself! We will say things take a dark turn, but did you expect any less from a Stephen King novel?
Which one of these Halloween classics will make the cut for your girl's night in?
If you can't decide, we have great news. These spooky shows are classics, which means you can't go wrong with any. Happy Halloween!