Family-friendly frightsFor kids – and big kids at heart – to enjoy together
Tad The Lost Explorer And The Curse Of The Mummy
That thing when you accidentally unleash an ancient spell endangering all your friends. Oh, Tad. Think an animated, more bumbling Indiana-Jones.
Scary? A family friendly adventure
Pixar’s animated classic only gets better with age. Cute, colourful and very funny, these monsters are a delight to watch, whatever your age.
Scary? More cuddly than creepy
This stop motion fantasy-horror, about a boy who can talk to the dead and needs to save his town from a 300-year old curse (no pressure) bagged an Oscar nomination when it was released, and now it's back on the big screen.
Scary? Not for the very little ones, but older kids will love it.
For the armchair detectivesMore sinister than straight out scary, these mysteries will get those minds ticking
Bodies Bodies Bodies
You’re at a party at a house in the middle of nowhere and the Wifi goes out. Doesn't bear thinking about, right? Especially when it coincides with people getting their throats slashed.
Scary? Jumpy but fun. It’s been described as Mean Girls meets Scream.
See How They Run
Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan are the detective duo you never knew you needed in this twisty, turny, A-list packed homage to Agatha Christie.
Scary? A joyful crime caper
Don’t Worry Darling
Suburbia…that’s a nice safe place to live, right? Tell that to Florence Pugh, whose perfect life in the perfect house with the perfect husband (Harry Styles, FYI) is about to explode.
Scary? Think sense of impending doom rather than jump scares
Horror with LOLsBecause sometimes you want a little comedy with the creepiness
The Lost Boys
Vampires, roller coasters, an 80s soundtrack and Kiefer Sutherland looking like Billy Idol….there’s a reason this is a cult classic.
Scary? More camp and comical than straight out spine-chilling
Double, double, toil and trouble…Bette Midler, SJP and Kathy Najimy AKA the Sanderson Sisters have awoken after 300 years, ready to cause chaos
Scary? Ghosts, black cats, witches…this checks all the spooky boxes
Iconic monstersLegends only on the big screen with this lot
The most famous Bruce in cinema (sorry, Willis) is back on the big screen…all teeth-baring, flesh-ripping 25ft of him.
Scary? Let’s just say, you’ll be spilling *a lot* of your popcorn
After 44 years, it’s the final outing for one of the big screen’s most iconic – and spine-chilling – monsters. Admit it, you’re going to miss the fella, aren’t you?
Scary? Mike Myers won’t be going quietly, that’s scary enough for us
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Francis Ford Coppola directing Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins and Gary Oldman? Halloween doesn't get classier than this
Scary? Lots of blood and gore…but stylish blood and gore
Only the brave..You’re going to need the extra large popcorn to hide behind
The definition of sheer terror? A monster that has the ability to morph into any living creature i.e it could be anyone, anything, anywhere.
Scary? Monsters from outer space are on another level
The film that's so spooky it even managed to make us scared of TVs and trees is 40 this year. If you’ve never seen it on the big screen, you’re in for a (terrifying) treat.
Scary? There’s not enough 😱 emojis in the world
Smile and the world smiles with you. Or….smile and it means you’re under a curse and about to meet your untimely end.
Scary? You’ll never look at a friendly stranger in the same way
Prey For The Devil
A nun realises she has a hidden talent…what’s so scary about that? Clue: it’s performing exorcisms. Ahhh.
Scary? if the trailer is anything to go by…off the scale