Stuck for something to watch with the family this Halloween? Worry not: Netflix has more than got you covered...
Settling in for a spooky sofa session this weekend? With Halloween falling on a Saturday this year, there’s no better time of year to feast on some frightful TV shows and movies. And with Vodafone Broadband, you and your family can do just that for free!
That’s because all our Vodafone Broadband packages come with 12 months of Netflix on us*, letting you get stuck into the streaming service’s huge library of entertainment. So what should you watch? Read on for our top family-friendly Netflix UK Halloween picks:
Family fright fest
There’s a difference between spooky and downright scary, which is why we’ve created family friendly Netflix recommendations for Halloween – which put the kids’ in charge of choosing the frightening entertainment for this hallowed eve…
The Addams Family
The world’s most macabre family bring their antics to the big screen in this 1991 cult classic, with Christopher Lloyd stepping into Uncle Fester’s shoes as if it were the role he was born to play. If the kids don’t know who the Addams Family (*click click*) are, they’re in for an educational treat!
The Spiderwick Chronicles
An adaptation of Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi’s bestselling book series, The Spiderwick Chronicles focuses on children who uncover the secret battle between faeries and goblins happening in their own back yard.
Wallace and Gromit and the Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Aardman Animations at its finest, Were-Rabbit provides great laughs, spooky goings on and top notch claymation from one of Britain’s most famous double acts. Not to mention more than a few nods to famous grown up horror movies.
Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
Jim Carrey plays the sinister Count Olaf, who plots to steal the fortune inherited by his newly orphaned nieces and nephew. Spooky, family fun base on the books of the same name.
While the new Jack Black-fronted Goosebumps movie may not be available at home in time for Halloween, fans of the R.L Stine books can sink their teeth into four seasons’ worth of this TV adaptation from the late 90s.
While it’s much more funny than it is scary, the BBC’s adaptation of the long running Horrible History books still packs in enough gruesome facts to be worthy of a spot on this list. Besides which, the huge range of UK comedy talent on show makes it a must see for kids and adults alike.
Alvin and the Chipmunks meet Frankenstein
While the kids may be more familiar with the newer, 3D versions of Alvin, Simon and Theodore, this 1999 feature-length cartoon has buckets of charm and is well worth a place on your list if your young’uns are on the younger side.
Dreamworks Spooky Stories Collection
Favourite characters from Shrek and Monsters vs Aliens pop up in these three spooky animated shorts.
My Babysitter’s a Vampire
A TV movie and its spin-off series, My Babysitter’s a Vampire focusses on fledgling vampire and budding babysitter Sarah who, along with babysittee Ethan, battle zombies and other unnatural beasts around their school schedule. Think: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, for the new generation.
House of Anubis
Strange things are afoot in the House of Anubis boarding school, and US exchange student Nina Martin to figure out exactly what’s going on. Who was Joy, why did she go missing, and why has the school tried to erase her from the records?
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