Shopping·Posted on Oct 21, 201619 Movies For People Who Love Halloween But Hate HorrorThe Disney Channel originals on this list will transport you back to adolescence.by AnaMaria GlavanBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Charlotte Gomez / BuzzFeed We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. 1. Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire (2000) Disney-ABC Domestic Television After Adam and Chelsea have their Saturday night plans ruined on the grounds of being, well, grounded, the siblings decide to set their mom up on a date. Little did they know the date would be a little short of... fangtastic.Get the movie here. 2. Horror of Dracula (1958) Universal International The classic tale of Dracula comes to life in this 1950's classic, where the scariest part of the film is probably the image above. (Still a great movie but definitely not nightmare-inducing.) Get the movie here. 3. Don't Look Under the Bed (1999) Disney Channel Frances is being blamed for a string of pranks going on in her town of Middleberg. The only person who seems to believe her innocence is Larry Houdini. FYI, he claims to be an imaginary friend. Get the movie here. 4. Coraline (2009) Focus Features Coraline's new house is boring until she discovers a small door that transports her to the Other World where "better" versions of her parents live. However, Coraline soon discovers that her "Other Mother" is in fact evil. Get the movie here. 5. The Craft (1996) Columbia Pictures Four friends decided to delve into the world of black magic and get some ~spooky~ results. Get the movie here. 6. Phantom of the Megaplex (2000) Disney Channel A big Hollywood premiere is about to take place at the megaplex where Peter Riley works. The only problem? The rumored phantom is sort of a menace. Get the movie here. 7. Beetlejuice (1988) Warner Bros. Two ghosts try to scare the newcomers in their house away. When it doesn't work, they contact a "bio-exorcist" named Beeteljuice. Beeteljuice, Beeteljuice, Beeteljuice. Get the movie here. 8. Under Wraps (1997) Disney-ABC Domestic Television Three friends stumble upon a sarcophagus–and mummy–in the basement of a "dead guy's" house. They decide to help their new mummy friend, Harold, return to his sarcophagus and reunite with his soulmate. Get the movie here. 9. What We Do in the Shadows (2014) Madman Entertainment A mockumentary about four vampires that is actually laugh out loud funny. Get the movie here. 10. Tower of Terror (1997) ABC A recently fired newspaper editor tries to solve the mystery of the Hollywood Tower Hotel, where five hotel guests went missing on Halloween 1939. Get the movie here. 11. The Scream Team (2002) Disney Channel Ian and Clare are convinced that their recently deceased grandfather is trying to send them a message. While trying to find him, they discover a gang of funny ghosts as well as one very angry one. P.S. Zachariah Kull, the "evil" ghost in this movie, used to scare the crap out of me. Still kind of does, actually. Get the movie here. 12. Monster House (2006) Columbia Pictures DJ keeps getting mysterious phone calls.... that seem to be coming from the haunted house across the street. Get the movie here. 13. The Addams Family (1991) Paramount Pictures When his long-lost brother "Fester" shows up at the Addams family mansion, Gomez Addams is overjoyed. But has Fester really come back? Get the movie here. 14. The House on Haunted Hill (1959) Allied Artists A millionaire invites five guests to a "haunted" house with the promise that whoever spends the entire night wins $10,000. The house may be haunted, but the grainy black and white film makes it bearable for people who prefer PG. Get the movie here. 15. Halloweentown (1998) Disney Channel Marnie is a witch who... do I really need to give a synopsis of this one? Get the movie here. 16. The Haunted Mansion (2003) Buena Vista Pictures Jim Evers of Evers and Evers Real Estate is thrilled to be contacted by the owner of Gracey Manor. Little does he know that the mansion's occupants are interested in a little more than his real estate knowledge. Get this movie here. 17. Goosebumps (2015) Columbia Pictures R.L. Stine himself (played by Jack Black) is a main character in this film based on the beloved children's series. Get the movie here. 18. The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (2010) Nickelodeon When her great uncle Dragomir dies, Jordan goes to Romania with her father and brother. After stepping on a vial in Dragomir's lab, Jordan begins to change into a (you guessed it) werewolf. It's a very hairy situation. Get the movie here. 19. Hocus Pocus (1993) Buena Vista Pictures If you really don't know what this movie is about, it's possible you've been living under a rock. Get the movie here. So what if you don't like blood and gore? So what if most of these movies are for kids? They're still damn scary. OK!? Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Buena Vista Pictures / Via giphy.com Want even more great product suggestions? Sign up for BuzzFeed’s Gift Guide Newsletter! If you can't see the signup box above, just go here to sign up for the BuzzFeed Gift Guide newsletter!