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5 Film and TV Suggestions To Get You in the Mood for Halloween

I love autumn and the Halloween season. Right about now is when I dive headfirst into film, TV, and books that surround me with autumn feels :)


1. Anything Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock is the master of suspense and his film are always perfect for the creepy moods of October. I personally suggest Rear Window and Rebecca!

2. Harry Potter

For less creepy and more nostalgic autumn feelings, I always love to marathon the Harry Potter series or better yet, find time to read the books!

3. Disney Classics

Hocus Pocus and Halloweentown never fail to get me in the mood for some Halloween fun! I wasn't the biggest fan of the sequels to Halloweentown, but sometimes a good ole marathon is just what the doctor ordered!

4. American Horror Story

With the new season well on its journey to freaking me the heck out, I have to suggest all previous seasons of AHS! My favorites were Murder House and Coven followed close by Asylum!

5. Stranger Things

This show is so perfect for Halloween. It takes place in a cozy American town during the autumn and winter and I am just so in love!! If you haven't already watched season 1 & 2, what are you doing!?
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Don't forget Halloween anthology series based movies like trick or treat, tales of Halloween, tales from the crypt, masters of horror, etc.
I love stranger things! I need season 3! Btw of you're looking for recommendations I highly suggest the Munsters. I think it's still on netflix, maybe Hulu too (they have a good selection of old tv shows).
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