10 Halloween films for Kids on Netflix

10 Halloween films for Kids on Netflix: I can not believe we are half way through October all ready which means Half Term is almost upon us and then Halloween! This year I am hoping to make a bit of a thing about Halloween we have a couple of parties planned and they both have dressing up outfits already brought. Part of that I will be looking for some Halloween themed TV for Monkey.

This year will be the first year that we have Netflix, so with a little research here are some Kid friendly suggestions for Halloween watching.

  • Super Monsters: Season 1 Preschool kids who parents are the world’s most famous monsters try to master their special powers while preparing for kindergarten.
  • Ghost Patrol Two kids and their pet dog (aka the Ghost Patrol) get a call about an old manor and soon find they are investigating their first real haunted house.
  • Casper’s Scare School Casper the Friendly Ghost is sent away to a boarding school that specialises in teaching young students how to be as scary as possible.
  • Power Rangers Samurai: Party Monsters On Halloween night, the creepiest creatures from the Netherworld trade war stories about their battles with the Samurai Power Rangers.
  • Hotel Transylvania 1 Hotel Transylvania owner Dracula pulls double duty as an overprotective dad when an unwelcome suitor shows interest in his teenage daughter.
  • Hotel Transylvania 2 After Mavis weds Jonathan and baby Dennis arrives, Dracula looks for proof that his grandson is a vampire and needs to remain in Transylvania.
  • Dreamworks Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit Working as experts in pest removal, Wallace and Gromit stumble upon a voracious monster that threatens to ruin the annual veggie-growing contest.
  • Dreamworks Spooky Stories Shrek dares his friends to bring on the scary with ghost stories told in a haunted castle. Later, Ginormica and the Monsters face alien pumpkins.
  • Masha’s Spooky Stories Masha explains why there’s no need to be scared of things like monsters, the dark, going to a new school, thunder and other common childhood fears.
  • Vampire Dog An enduring friendship forms when a boy adopts Fang, a 600-year-old vampire dog, and together they try to stop a mad scientist who wants Fang’s DNA.
Ff you are regular readers of Mudpie Fridays you will know Birthdays are a big deal here on Mudpie Fridays so I was super excited to find out that Netflix launched a new feature in September. Parents can simply press play anytime and anywhere, and your little one’s favourite characters will sing them a special birthday greeting – made just for them (or so they’ll think). Netflix Birthdays On-Demand gives parents an easier way to make their kids’ birthdays special.

Simply search “birthday” on Netflix to unlock a special performance from kids’ favourite characters, including DreamWorks All Hail King Julien, Barbie, Beat Bugs, DreamWorks Dinotrux, Las Leyendas, LEGO Friends, LEGO Ninjago, Luna Petunia, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug* and Cat Noir, My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Pokemon, Project Mc2, Skylanders Academy, DreamWorks Trollhunters and Word Party

I am slightly gutted that Monkey’s Birthday is not until June as I would love to see his face when I played Dinotrux!!

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  1. Nickolai Kinny

    I love lists and I appreciate that you took the time to curate this one. I’m babysitting my niece and nephew on Halloween and I fully intend to watch at least 1 or 2 with them whilst their here. Thank you!

  2. Aleena

    That birthday tip is priceless! Love that! We might give Casper’s Scare School a go, but Amelia’s a bit obsessed with Hocus Pocus right now and I’m happy to stick with a classic! 😉 #BloggerClubUK

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