Family movie nights are great ways to bond over popcorn and laugh. You might find yourself wracking your brain to come up with titles that are enjoyable for everyone. Consider having a spooktacular themed round of frightful films for Fall viewing. With Halloween coming and the days growing colder and darker, these movie night ideas are perfect.
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Join Jack Skellington and his merry band of ghoulish fun friends, for some Halloween meets Christmas fun. This is one of the best family night movie ideas that can get your family to join in singing along.
The Addams Family
With a variety of versions of this family-friendly classic, including sequels and animated, you’re sure to find a favorite that the whole family can enjoy together. So why not dress up as your favorite character, too? That way, the whole family can join in the fun.
This cult classic gem is one of the easiest spooky family movie night ideas to find. It usually airs routinely on a host of family channels throughout the month of October. Grab your blankets and settle in for a fun night with everyone’s three favorite witches.
Casper the Friendly Ghost
Charlie Brown: It’s the Great Pumpkin
You can’t partake in holiday movie watching without incorporating a little Charlie Brown. And this short and iconic favorite is an excellent film right before bedtime.
Reserved more for your tweens and teens, consider introducing your family to Michael Keaton’s timeless performance. He plays Beetlejuice, the crude and rude master of mischief. This is one of the family movie night ideas for older kids and teens.
Maybe have a Ghostbusters marathon weekend and take in the original versions, as well as the new all-female cast reboot. Everyone loves the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. And you can all dress up and make it a fun night for all.
Grab your favorite blankets, fire up some homemade popcorn, and gather your family around the living room. Introduce your little ones to some of your childhood favorites with these seven family movie night ideas. And after the movie is over, ask everyone to share their favorite part of the film, character or line. So, make the most of your family movie nights this Fall and enjoy.