25 Best Non-Scary Halloween Movies Streaming } Disney+ | 2022

Streaming Halloween Movies (that aren’t scary!)

Do you like scary movies? I like the scary movies if there’s no possible way it could happen in real life. But if there is a real life theme to it, no way. Yeah, I’m a child of the 1970s, so I still get a little nervous swimming in the ocean. And I think my kids need Halloween movies that aren’t scary.

My 9-year-old isn’t disabled. But at his age, it’s still normal to perseverate on an idea that he’s concerned about. Right now for him, it’s wildfires. It really upset him to see a story on the news, so we stopped putting it on when he’s around. I have a feeling he’d be the same about a scary movie. He’s only 9 so he’s not ready.

Last year we watched a bunch of Halloween specials and the free movies on Amazon Prime, Disney Plus and Hulu. Here’s a great assortment of movies and shows for kids. All have a Halloween theme but they’re not scary.

Halloween Movies for Kids

  1. It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (Remastered Deluxe Edition)
  2. Clifford the Big Red Dog: Clifford’s Big Halloween
  3. Alvin and the Chipmunks Scare-Riffic Double Feature
  4. Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest
  5. Coraline
  6. Igor
  7. NG Kids Halloween Book of Fun (National Geographic Kids, which will be included on Disney+)
  8. Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest
  9. Happy Halloween! (Max and Ruby)
  10. Little Critter: Happy Halloween, Little Critter!
  11. OLIVIA Loves Halloween (Olivia TV Tie-in)
  12. Sofia the First The Halloween Ball: Includes Stickers
  13. LEGO City: Halloween Rescue
  14. The Spooky Smells of Halloween (Scented Storybook)
  15. The Berenstain Bears Happy Halloween! (First Time Books(R))
  16. Mickey’s Halloween Treat (Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse)
  17. Jungle Halloween
  18. Arthur’s Halloween: Book & CD (Arthur Adventures)
  19. Halloween Sticker Activities [With Sticker(s)] (My First Sticker Activity Book)
  20. Halloween Hugs: A HUGS Book
  21. Dora’s Halloween Adventure (Dora the Explorer (Simon & Schuster Board Books))
  22. Sweet and Spooky Halloween (Disney Princess) (Pictureback(R))
  23. Scaredy-Pants!: A Halloween Story (Ant Hill)
  24. Caillou: Happy Halloween (Clubhouse)
  25. Monster Halloween for kids– FREE with Amazon Prime!

Halloween Movies on Disney Plus

Do you have the Disney Plus/Hulu deal? We do and I LOVE IT. For $13 a month, you get Disney Plus, ESPN+ and Hulu. It works out well for all of us. We cut the cable cord several years ago. This option of channels offers a little something for everyone at a reasonable price.

Here is just a snippet of what they offer for kids’ Halloween movies

halloween movies on disney plus

Please note: This is an older post that was recently updated. The older post was a list of books and movies. I left the books on the list and just added more movies in the widget above the list.

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