All Halloween Movies on TV: Complete October 2023 Schedule (Updated!)
Looking for every single Halloween movie on TV this October? We’ve absolutely got you covered.
The pumpkin spice lattes are out, the leaves are beginning to fall, and October is around the corner. That means one thing: it’s Halloween time.
People tend to either love Halloween or hate it entirely, and those who love it have their own favorite aspects about it. While some love the silly, prankster side of the holiday or the mountains of candy, many love it for the celebration of all things horror-related that it has become.
You’ve probably already nailed down your nerdy Halloween costume choice by now, and now it’s time to look ahead to the month of October to mark down all of the Halloween movies on TV that you’ll be watching so that you’ll never have to wonder “what Halloween movies are on TV tonight?”. Instead, you’ve already done your homework (or, hell – bookmark this page, as we’ll update it regularly).
Whether you’re looking for the newest addition to the slate of Netflix Halloween movies, what horror movies are being shown on cable television, or where you can watch a marathon of some of your favorite horror TV shows, there are zombies, ghouls, and ghosts aplenty for your viewing pleasure in the month of October.
Between AMC FearFest, Freeform’s 31 Nights of Halloween (that’s right – 31 days, not 13 days, this year), Disney Channel’s Monstober, Syfy’s 31 Days of Halloween, and Turner Classic Movie’s October Horror lineup, there are plenty of opportunities to catch your favorite family horror movies on TV, as well as some of the top horror films of all-time.
Here’s all of the Halloween movies on TV tonight and the rest of October 2023, and as more networks release more of their detailed listings, we’ll be updating this post:
AMC’s yearly Fearfest will begin on October 1, 2023. We will post the schedule here as soon as AMC’s PR sends it to us! Check back soon!
Disney Channel Halloween Movies (Monstober 2023)
We’ll post exactly what Disney Channel Halloween movies will be showing for the entire month of October as soon as the company releases its complete schedule. Right now, we do have a couple of new premieres, including Under Wrapsand The Ghost of Molly McGee TV series.
Nickelodeon Halloween Movies 2023
We’ll also post every single Halloween-related movie that Nickelodeon will be showing in October in the schedule above.
Horror Movies on Netflix
Netflix is absolutely filled with some of the best horror films, including zombie movies, classic horror, recent hits, and all of the creature features you could ever want for the month of October. What’s more, Netflix has them all separated into subgenres like B-Horror movies, cult horror, slasher movies, and more. Netflix has over 260 horror movies on its platform right now, so whether you’re looking for some true scares or truly goofy horror romps with cheesy effects, you’ll likely find it for streaming on Netflix.
So if you’re looking for a great place to stream horror movies online (and some Halloween movies for kids), here are just some of the notable horror films and TV series on Netflix for October 2023:
**Updated 7/30/23 with current horror movies on Netflix**
47 Meters Down: Uncaged
A Classic Horror Story
A Drop of Blood
Army of the Dead
Before I Wake
Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2
Blood Red Sky
Choose or Die
Coming Home in the Dark
Dawn of The Dead
Day of the Dead Bloodline
Don’t Kill Me
Fear Street: Part One 1994
Fear Street: Part Two 1978
Fear Street: Part Three 1666
Game Over Hindi
Girls With Balls
Hantu Kak Limah
He Never Died
I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House
I See You
In the Tall Grass
Kingdom: Ashin of the North
May the Devil Take You
No One Gets Out Alive
Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight
Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight II
Ouija: Origin of Evil
Pagpag: Nine Lives
Revenge of the Pontianak
Run Rabbit Run
Secrets in the Hot Spring
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The 3rd Eye
The 3rd Eye 2
The 8th Night
The Babysitter: Killer Queen
The Block Island Sound
The Blue Whale
The Bridge Curse
The Day of the Lord
The Doll 2
The Old Ways
The Open House
The Rope Curse 2
The Seventh Day
The Whole Truth
There’s Someone Inside Your House
Things Heard & Seen
Tin & Tina
Tremors: Shrieker Island
Under the Shadow
Valley of the Dead
John Carpenter’s Vampires
Vampires in the Bronx
We Have a Ghost
Horror Movies on Amazon Video (Prime)
There are literally hundreds and hundreds of horror movies available for “free” with an Amazon Prime subscription using Amazon Video, and there are even more available for purchase. If you’re looking for another way to stream online horror movies in October, here are just some of the top horror films available include:
The Quiet Place
It Comes at Night
Typically speaking, Amazon is the last place we ever think to stream our movies every night, but when you look at all of the scary films it has in its catalog — many of which are already “free” to watch with an Amazon Prime subscription (which, we have anyway) and the rest are pretty cheap to rent for an evening — Amazon is a pretty solid choice.
If you’re REALLY planning to spend a lot of your time this October watching horror movies, Shudder is basically a Netflix that only focuses on horror movies. They have more horror titles than any other service, and a month’s pass gets you unlimited access to their entire library for that month. Best of all, it also has rare and cult horror films that you likely wouldn’t find on Netflix or Amazon. You can use it on Roku, Chromecast, iOS, Android, and Apple TV with ease.
Food Network Halloween Schedule (Halloween Wars and Halloween Baking Championship)
If you’re like us, you love to watch the Halloween baking stuff on Food Network every year, as you never know what sort of awesome Halloween delectable treats you’ll find. Instead of flooding the above Halloween TV schedule above with all of the Food Network stuff like Halloween Wars and Halloween Baking Championship, we just wanted to shine a quick light on what the network has planned.
Basically, any time you turn the channel to Food Network in October after 8PM EST, you’ll find a marathon of Halloween baking shows. What’s more, there are various other times that the network will be playing their Halloween-themed content. For the complete Food Network TV schedule, head over to their official site.
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