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Halloween Night In ... Movie/TV Shows (RomCom rather than Horror)?

Hi all 

Since it's unlikely my partner and I will be going out to celebrate Halloween, I wondered if people could recommend some movies or TV shows with a Halloween theme?
My partner hates gore and can't manage anything super creepy. 

We watched October Kiss on Netflix which was trashy but enjoyable.

Any other suggestions of what to do (board games perhaps)?

It's a shame as we really love the festivities and are used to answering the door to trick or treaters and seeing family for a party ... 

Thanks in advance. 


  • MoonChild91MoonChild91 Forumite
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    I don't think Edward Scissorhands or Beetlejuice are particularly creepy, but maybe depends on your tolerance? The Nightmare Before Christmas is also kind of halloweeny!

    Otherwise Hocus Pocus, the Addams family films, Casper, Ghostbusters, Rocky Horror, Little Shop of Horrors, Young Frankenstein, Practical Magic, Witches of Eastwick, What We Do in the Shadows... Warm Bodies is quite rom-comy, but full of zombies?
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  • SophiaDJamesSophiaDJames Forumite
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    Great! that was a good one, at this time my partner and i planned to watch Harvest Moon movie because it's a gift, just few days ago my partner buy some items and halloween coupons for this halloween and get this movie or some discount. 
  • AdamcAdamc Forumite
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    Thanks - we just watched a comedy with Adam Sandler called Hubie Halloween. It's on Netflix. Not a groundbreaking movie but very festive. 
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