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    15 Scary Good Things To Watch During Freeform's 31 Nights Of Halloween

    Spooky season is officially here. 👻

    Whenever October rolls around, I'm without a doubt bingeing Freeform's 31 Nights of Halloween.

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    From horror classics to childhood favorites, there's always something to watch that's sure to get you into the spooky spirit.

    We've rounded up 15 must-see picks to watch before the month ends. Check them out below:

    1. Head to Halloweentown for some nostalgic feels.

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    Growing up in the '90s, this was a must-watch whenever it would air on the Disney Channel. Following Marnie and her family's witchy adventures to Halloweentown is just as good today as it was back in 1998.

    2. Tune into 1991's The Addams Family for our favorite eerie bunch.

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    The witty dark humor and memorable cast always makes this '90s flick top my list.

    3. Plus, you can't miss out on Addams Family Values.

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    Who can resist some more time with the Addams clan? Wednesday and Pugsley head off to Camp Chippewa as the rest of the family tries to uncover their new nanny's true intentions.

    4. Get acquainted with Casper the friendly ghost.

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    Christina Ricci isn't just Wednesday Addams, she also portrays Kat in 1995's Casper. This feel-good movie brings you to Whipstaff Manor where we meet a set of quirky ghosts that call the place home.

    5. Creep it real with Beetlejuice.

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    Whatever you do, just don't say "Beetlejuice" three times. This 1988 flick is a Tim Burton classic featuring a stellar cast including Michael Keaton, Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, Catherine O'Hara and Winona Ryder.

    6. Have a scary good time with Scream.

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    Your Halloween binge isn't possibly complete without a good ol' slasher film.

    7. Bring on some witchy vibes by watching The Craft.

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    Since Blumhouse's sequel, The Craft: Legacy, is set to premiere in October 2020. It doesn't hurt to watch the OG to give yourself a refresher.

    8. For a family movie night, check out Toy Story of TERROR!

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    If you're a huge Toy Story fan, you'll want to check out this Halloween-inspired short featuring everyone from Woody to Buzz Lightyear.

    9. Tim Burton fans will definitely love the Corpse Bride.

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    Yet another Tim Burton pick because he's a quintessential part of Halloween.

    10. Travel back to the '80s with the hilarious Ghostbusters.

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    🎵Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters!🎵

    11. Have a frightfully fun time with Gremlins.

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    Because who didn't love Gizmo back in the day?

    12. Get inspired to transform your house by watching Decorating Disney: Halloween Magic.

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    In case you've ever wondered how Disney pulls off going from summer to spooky in just a single night.

    13. Team up with Mike and Sulley from Monsters Inc.

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    Another great option for a not-so-scary family movie night.

    14. The Mummy will make you channel your inner archeologist.

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    Get ready for an epic adventure through ancient Egypt.

    15. Finally, it's time for "amuck, amuck, amuck" with the forever classic Hocus Pocus.

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    This is without a doubt one of the best Halloween movies of all time. If you haven't seen it, do yourself a favor and give it a watch.

    What are your favorite 31 Nights of Halloween movies and shows? Let us know in the comments!

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