Any Horror Addicts out there raising baby bats? It can be hard to find some middle ground between the horror you love and what’s going to keep the little monsters up at night, but I’m here to help! Below, you’ll find my curated selection of frightful fun for the whole family (all ready to stream).
- Hotel Transylvania: The Series (Netflix)
You’re probably already familiar with the Hotel Transylvania movies, but if you want MORE, check out the animated show. Dracula goes away for a year, leaving the hotel in the hands of his sister and his teenage daughter, Mavis.
- Little Monsters (Netflix)
This classic 1989 movie is all campy fun. Brian discovers the world of monsters living under his bed and embarks on a wild ride of mischief.
- Missing Link (Hulu)
Susan, also known as Bigfoot, searches for her distant Yeti relatives with the help of a famous monster hunter.
- Corpse Bride (Netflix)
If you haven’t watched this Tim Burton classic, do it now. This tale of romance and revenge is great for kids and adults.
- Monsters at Large (Hulu)
A group of teens forms a task force to fight imaginary monsters, but find themselves confronted with the real thing.
- Monster House (Netflix)
A group of kids discovers that the neighboring house is actually a real-live monster. This 2006 movie has become a Halloween classic, but real Horror Addicts know you can watch it year-round.
- Daphne & Velma (Hulu)
Before there was the Scooby Gang, there was Daphne and Velma. This movie shows the girls in high school, trying to solve the mystery of what is turning the students into zombies.
In this 2017 animated film, a boy obsessed with the undead befriends a vampire his age and helps his family escape a monster hunter.
A monster series for the very young! This animated series teaches all those valuable social skills that little kids need, with a fun monster twist.
There are a whole collection of Monster High movies and shorts on Netflix. The series, based on the dolls by the same name, is wildly popular.
Clue: The Movie, based on Clue: The Board Game, is hilarious. As a child, as an adult, as anyone. Please go watch this movie.
Lucas discovers that he’s actually a monster and goes to meet the rest of his family. In the process, he finds a plot against monsters and must save the day.
This entry is really more for the pre-teen crowd. Annoying Orange isn’t for everyone, but for a certain type of humor, this really hits the spot.
Another entry for the littlest bats! A group of pre-school monsters tries to learn about their powers and prepare for kindergarten.
On Halloween, a family is turned into the costumes they wear and must go on a journey to return to themselves. I liked this movie, but I’m not going to lie, I was rooting for Dracula.