Your Ultimate Guide to 15 of '90s Halloween Movies on Streaming
Ultimate Classics at Your Fingertips.
The spooky season feels a lot more exciting when you are a kid. The decorations seem brighter, the pumpkins look bigger and scarier, the candy tastes sweeter, the holiday food is more delicious, and All Hallows Eve feels like something scary might happen for real.
That's why if you grew up in the 1990s, you probably experience this unique nostalgia when watching old TV movies. Is it just you getting older, or do they really no longer make them like that?
Fortunately, in our day and age of perpetual connectedness, we can check instantly, as there is no need to wait for TV reruns. You can watch all the legendary 1990s Halloween movies on streaming right now. Here, we've got fifteen that are totally worth revisiting and introducing your kids to.
Sleepy Hollow (1999, Max) - Johnny Depp stars as an eccentric 18th-century constable who arrives in a sleepy town to investigate a series of beheadings that the locals blame on an evil spirit.
Practical Magic (1998, Hulu) - the main characters are sisters born into a magical family with a love curse who now take matters into their own hands and turn to witchcraft to free themselves.
Scream (1996, Paramount+) - The iconic slasher that changed the game for the genre follows a group of teenagers targeted by a serial killer known as Ghostface.
Scream 2 (1997, Paramount+) - The sequel to the Ghostface franchise, which is releasing new installments to this day, was as action-packed and star-studded as the first film.
Halloweentown (1998, Disney+) - When a teenager discovers she is a witch and belongs to a secret world where it is always Halloween, a mysterious villain targets her family.
Casper (1995, Peacock) - Christina Ricci stars as a wealthy heiress who investigates the mysterious past of a friendly ghost living in her mansion.
The Craft (1996, Hulu) - When four school outcasts master the secrets of witchcraft, one becomes too power-hungry, and the other three must decide whether to join or fight her.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992, Max) - It's no mistake. Before the iconic series starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, there was a movie that inspired it.
Halloween H20 (1998, Paramount+) - The seventh installment in the classic slasher franchise revisits the family issues between Laurie Strode and her murderous brother Michael Myers.
Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994, Max) - In the seventh installment in the Freddy Krueger franchise, the dream demon is a real threat, targeting the cast and crew of A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Double, Double, Toil and Trouble (1993, Amazon Prime) - The Olsen twins play magical sisters who must battle their evil aunt to save their family.
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993, Disney+) - Tim Burton's timeless tale of the pumpkin king who dreamed of becoming Santa is the perfect transition from the Halloween mood to the Christmas spirit.