10 Disney Channel Halloween Movies You Probably Haven't Heard Of
All the best of the family-friendly Halloween frights and fun.
Halloween is all about the scary, spooky and supernatural, but gory horrors and psychological thrillers are certainly not everyone’s cup of tea.
Whether you’re looking for light thrills and humor, or fun-filled PG films for a younger or faint-hearted audience, these lesser-known Disney movies should be on your list of Halloween must-sees.
10. Invisible Sister (2015)
When geeky high schooler Cleo accidentally turns her popular older sister invisible, the pair must work together to reverse her invisibility before midnight, learning about themselves, and each other, in the process.
9. Z-O-M-B-I-E-S 2 (2020)
Disney takes on issues of prejudice and acceptance with the second installment of this family friendly musical film, as the residents of Seabrook are forced to integrate with a group of werewolves.
8. Girl vs Monster (2012)
Coming of age is complicated enough, but after finding out that she is the daughter of monster hunters, Skyler must deal with teen life, and an evil-sorceress determined to possess her.
7. Don’t Look Under the Bed (1999)
Almost too scary for the PG genre, this film follows Frances as she enlists the help of a spooky imaginary friend to track down the prank-playing bogeyman, who has been framing her for his wicked deeds.
6. Twitches (2005)
Long lost twin sisters Alex and Cam not only discover each other, but also learn that they are both witches, and must use their powers to save their home world, and their birth mother from evil.
5. Halloweentown High (2004)
The third film in the franchise celebrates our differences, as Marnie works to integrate the magical monsters of Halloweentown, and the humans of our world in a charming addition to the series.
4. Twitches Too (2007)
In the second heartwarming installment of Twitches, twin sisters Cam and Alex try to lead normal lives, but soon face their next battle after finding out that their biological father may still be alive, and trapped in the Shadowlands.
3. Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge (2001)
Halloweentown continues with heartwarming themes of family and magic, as Marnie learns a hard lesson about righting her wrongs after she disobeys a magic rule and has to save Halloweentown, again.
2. My Babysitter’s a Vampire (2010)
This frighteningly fun Canadian teen horror serves as a parody of Twilight and ‘vampire culture’, as nerdy teenager Ethan discovers that his babysitter is a newly turned creature of the night, on the hunt for fresh blood.
1. Halloweentown (1998)
Halloweentown is still one of the best Disney movies to date, capturing the start of Marnie’s adventures as she discovers that she is from a family of witches, and that she has to save Halloweentown, the magical town of ghouls, ghosts and everything in between, including evil beings.
From vampire parodies to ghouly musicals, there’s something here for everyone to enjoy. So grab your favorite snacks, and snuggle up to watch these Disney Halloween flicks, knowing you won’t lose sleep over the endings.