Community·Updated on Sep 26, 2022Six Halloween Movies From Your Childhood That You Probably Forgot AboutTGISS: thank goodness it's spooky season!by samh3208Community ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Girl vs. Monster (2012) View this video on YouTube Disney / Via youtube.com A classic Disney Channel Monstober movie filled with monster hunting, possession, and original music ("Had Me @ Hello" was a bop and no one can tell me otherwise). 2. Fun Size (2012) View this video on YouTube Nickelodeon Movies / Via youtube.com This movie follows Victoria Justice's character, Wren, as she tries to have the traditional teen Halloween and is ruined when she has to take her younger troublemaker brother trick-or-treating and loses him in a sea of kids. Full of unexpected chaos and teen humor, this movie blew me away as a preteen. 3. Monster House (2006) View this video on YouTube Columbia Pictures / Via youtube.com As a kid, this was the scariest movie I've ever seen. It's an animated movie following comedic preteens as they discover a creepy, sentient house with its shining window eyes and bared floorboard teeth. This movie gave me nightmares, but I still had to watch it every Halloween. 4. Mostly Ghostly (2008) View this video on YouTube Universal Studies Family Productions / Via youtube.com Broadcasted on Disney Channel every Halloween season, this movie is a childhood favorite. Written by R.L. Stine, the Halloween king, the movie is filled with familiar Disney Channel faces, such as Madison Pettis, and many meddling ghosts. Not to mention one of the creepiest looking antagonists in a kids' movie. 5. The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (2010) View this video on YouTube Nickelodeon / Via youtube.com Another Victoria Justice Halloween movie that made every kid want to become a werewolf. This comedy horror follows Jordan and Hunter as their family inherits a castle in Romania and they encounter wolfish changes. Brooke Shield's character, Madame Varcolac, takes the cake for me just for the accent alone. 6. And finally, My Babysitter's a Vampire (2010) View this video on YouTube FremantleMedia / Via youtube.com This movie plays into the Twilight craze that was at its peak and created a campy parody for kids. With unique characters, tween humor, and a packed plot, this movie went on to create an incredible TV series. Which Halloween movie makes you the most nostalgic? Let me know in the comments!