Today is Halloween, so we want to show you some of our Halloween favorites! Keep reading to take a look.
It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown is considered a movie, but it’s not that long, so I see it more as a TV Show. I have watched this every year since I was little and plan on watching it today as well!
Every year The Simpsons have a Treehouse of Horror and I enjoy these, haha. They are all different and funny. Some are better than others.
I think by now everyone has heard of Stranger Things, the Netflix hitshow. To be honest, I still need to watch this show so calling it a favourite is kinda cheating haha. BUT I do think it works perfectly for Halloween and today is the perfect day to watch it! I’m not even sure what its about but I hear nothing but good.
Not being a big fan of Horror movies kind of leaves me with the more fun Halloween movies, haha. For me this is a classic and I still enjoy it very much.
The Halloweentown movies are a lot of fun as well! I really want to watch these again soon!
I watched this movie last year for the first time and absolutely loved it! I guess it could also count as a Christmas movie but it works perfectly for Halloween. It is about Halloween town after all 😉 I really like Tim Burtons style and this is a classic Tim Burton one.
One of my first spooky reads was Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake, it’s about a ghost hunter and a ghost (duhhhh) and it’s pretty scary! Definitely a book to read around Halloween. I have the second book just waiting on my shelves until I finally read it.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is another kinda creepy book that is perfect for today! It is actually a trilogy (still need to read book 2&3, even though I’ve owned them for at least a year already) and there are creepy pictures included in the story. Those pictures give an extra dimension to the story which I really enjoyed.
This might be the scariest book I have EVER read! On first glance you might need think this a Halloween read, since its mostly sci-fi but while reading it you’ll get more and more of a Halloween vibe. And once you finish it… You will not be able to fall asleep haha. I needed to start a fluff contemporary after I finished this one to be able to sleep… I have never been this scared by a book and I would definitely recommend it!
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin and The Screaming Staircase (Lockwood &Co #1) by Jonathan Stroud are two book I haven’t read yet BUT do own and are supposedly quite creepy and therefor perfect for Halloween. I’m not sure what these two are about, I know there are ghosts in The Screaming Staircase, but that’s it. However I’ve heard a ton of good things about this two and can’t wait to dive in.
These are some of our Halloween favorites. We would love to hear about yours!