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 Hulu’s selection of Blockbuster, supernatural, thrillers, and slashers horror movie selections.

By Cindy Canas, Staff Writer

While we are still in a pandemic and Halloween is just right around the corner, it is the perfect time to get into the spooky spirits. Apps such as Skype, Zoom, Discord, Houseparty, Disney Plus’ GroupWatch, and Netflix Party have made it incredibly easy to stay within the guidelines for social distancing. Luckily for you,  I have concocted the perfect list of 31 movies for your Halloween virtual viewing party. 

These movies are for sure going to get anyone into the Halloween mood, instead of the delusional past six months. Of the 31 movies mentioned, I highly recommend these three “Parasite”, “Circle”, and  live-action“The Addams Family”  as each one gives a different level of spookiness.

If there is any movie that is too scary, a great alternative would be Halloween episodes from television shows. Some television shows that have Halloween specials, I mean literally, all of their episodes, individually, are called “Halloween” is:  “Malcolm in the Middle” season 7 episode 4, “The Office” season 2 episode 5, and “New Girl” season 2 episode 6.

However, if you are looking for some more suggestions, Netflix just premiered a new horror-lite Ryan Murphy show “Ratched” based off of Milos Forman’s iconic drama “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”. Or if you’re looking for something scarier, the highly anticipated sequel to 2018’s “The Haunting of Hill House,” “The Haunting of Bly Manor” drops Oct. 9.  No list of mine is complete without an honorable mention of the 2013 series “Bates Motel.”  There are a lot of television series on Netflix and Hulu that also focus on horror, mind games, and give off Halloween-y vibes to them. 

Also, a great alternative to any movie on this list that isn’t your thing would be documentaries of the unknown, further beyond, murders, and so on. “Making a Murder”, “The Staircase”, conspiracy theory, and so on are great neutrals with haunting chills.

Let’s begin the movie marathon to get into the spooky mood for Halloween.

October 2020

1. “The Addams Family” (Animated)
– Hulu
2. “The Remains”
– Hulu
3. “The Autopsy of Jane Doe”
– Netflix
4. “Cabin Fever”- Netflix5. “The Boy”- Netflix6. “The Roommate”- Netflix7. “Hush”- Netflix8. “Death Note”- Netflix 9. “Sinister”- Netflix10. “Would You Rather”- Netflix
11. “Wrinkles The Clown”- Hulu12. “Before I Wake”-Netflix13. “Sleepy Hollow”- Netflix14. “Silence of the Lamb”- Netflix15. “The Last House on the Left”- Hulu16. “Interview with a Serial Killer”- Netflix17. “Poltergeist”- Netflix
18. “The Cabin in the Woods”- Hulu19. “Behind You”- Hulu20. “31 aka Thirty-One”- Hulu21. “Goosebumps 2”- Netflix22. “The Lodge”- Hulu23. “Texas Chainsaw”- Hulu24. “The Omen”- Hulu
25. “Circle”- Netflix26. Pet “Sematary”- Hulu27. “Oculus”- Hulu28. “The Witches”- Netflix29. “BirdBox”- Netflix30. “The Addams Family”- Netflix31. “Parasite”- Hulu


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