Hocus Pocus

Halloween season is officially here, and that means you can catch the first Hocus Pocus movie on ABC Family. It's the first of two new installments of the popular horror series, and it's also the second time the Sanderson sisters will be back on screen. The first "Hocus Pocus" will air on Friday, September 29 at 8pm central.

Hocus Pocus is an iconic Halloween movie. The original starred Bette Midler, Bette Najimy, Christina Ricci, and Christopher Lloyd, while the sequel starred Better Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker. The Sanderson Sisters, played by Bette Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker, are back, as is Kathy Najimy, who played a fish person in the first movie.

The Hocus Pocus movie received a mixed reception from critics and didn't do very well on the box office. It also failed to translate into a successful home video sales. Despite its lackluster box office performance, the film found a second life on television. Both ABC Family and Disney channel aired Hocus Pocus. As a result, millennials began associating the film with Halloween.

In addition to Hocus Pocus, ABC Family will be airing The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror Episodes and The Nightmare Before Christmas. These films are a must-see on Halloween night! Make sure you check out the schedule on ABC Family's website to see the full list of scheduled films.


The new Halloween movie lineup on Freeform includes the 1984 blockbuster Ghostbusters. The series also features the popular Hotel Transylvania trilogy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Get Out. Hopefully, these films will give the kids something to watch during the Halloween season.

The Simpsons will also air some scary episodes of their popular show. The Halloween-themed episodes will air on October 27th. Other movies will air the following night: Frankenweenie, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Tim Burton's Corpse Bride. Ghostbusters II will air at 11:35 p.m. and will be a perfect choice for Halloween.

During the daytime, you can catch the animated movies Shrek Forever After and Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge. There are also several episodes of Family Guy, and they air from 1:00 to 11 p.m. Ghostbusters: The Return of Ghosts will also air at 10:30 p.m.

In addition to the above films, Freeform also broadcasts 31 Nights of Halloween. This series started in 1998 on the Family Channel and has continued since then on Fox Family and ABC Family. This Halloween movie series has a long history on Freeform and will air spook-tacular classics, plus many recent hits.

Kalabar's Revenge

If you're looking for a Halloween movie that's a bit different, you may want to try Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge. This ABC Family Halloween movie follows Marnie and her family as they try to bring the two worlds together. In this sequel, the Cromwells' magical powers are under attack, and they have to find a way to unite them.

This Halloween, make sure to catch Shrek Forever After and Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge on ABC Family. They'll also be showing episodes of Family Guy and The Simpsons, with the first episode airing at 10:30 p.m. and the last episode airing at 11:00 p.m.

If you're unable to watch the movies at the theater, you can catch them online at Hulu or on Freeform. The freeform Halloween movie marathon begins on October 1 and runs through Halloween night. During the marathon, the network shows up to nine movies in one day.

Lewis Barnavelt

Young Lewis Barnavelt has just lost both his parents and has been sent to live with his warlock and witch uncle Jonathan. Together, they must fight an evil force in order to save Lewis's town. But they must be careful. There is a hidden clock in the house, and Lewis has to find the source of it before it strikes again. He is a reluctant hero, but it is not an easy task.

Lewis is an intelligent kid who is not very social. He wears aviator goggles like his favorite TV character, and has a strong suspicion that his uncle is hiding something from him. He begins to hear strange noises in the night, and even has visions of his mother.

ABC Family changed the focus of its programming block in 2011, focusing on family-oriented Halloween/Horror films. These films are edited for language, profanity, and time constraints, but they are aimed at a wide audience. There are also movies that are not Halloween-themed, such as the Harry Potter series.

The best ABC Family Halloween movies are ones that involve family members, so that the whole family can enjoy them together. They can also serve as inspiration for family storytelling sessions.

A witch's ball

A witch's ball is a magical artifact that holds four spells. In this movie, children find an old witch's ball and discover that they can use it to give them unlimited power. However, the children are not prepared for the consequences of using the old ball, and they end up breaking it.

If you are looking for a fun and frightening movie, ABC Family will have plenty of choices for you. The network has been airing Halloween movies for 17 years and counting. You can catch a new Halloween movie almost every night from October 19 through October 31. Here's a list of their new releases:

A witch's ball on ABC Family Halloween films starts out innocently enough. Two sisters are trick-or-treating with the goal of collecting candy, but the broom they find has a nasty surprise waiting for them. A wicked man and his army of evil spirits try to stop them, but the girls find a way to escape and solve their mysterious family curse.

A witch's ball on ABC Family is a fun family movie that will keep your kids entertained all night long. It's full of witches, spells, slinky ball gowns, and a spooky atmosphere. The witches in this film have a dark, sinister side that is sure to make your kids shiver.

Freeform's 31 Nights of Halloween

31 Nights of Halloween is a seasonal programming block on American television. It first aired on Family Channel in 1998, and has been on both Freeform and ABC Family since then. It is a series about Halloween characters and stories. The episodes are filled with Halloween-themed music and fun activities.

You can watch 31 Nights of Halloween on Freeform starting October 1. Streaming the series is available on Hulu. You can catch new episodes of classics and fan favorites throughout the day. For instance, you can catch the third installment of the Hotel Transylvania trilogy on Freeform. You can also watch Ghostbusters at 10:45 p.m.

In addition to the classics, Freeform has some new additions to its 31 Nights of Halloween lineup. It has several chances to air "Hocus Pocus" and "Beetlejuice." There's even a whole day dedicated to Tim Burton. The lineup also includes episodes of Family Guy. The movies are generally family-friendly, although some are not. Halloween (2018) and Happy Death Day are new to Freeform and are both recommended for a Halloween-themed viewing.

31 Nights of Halloween on Freeform begins on Oct. 1, and lasts until October 31. The line-up includes a variety of classics and modern films, from the classics to the scary to the family-friendly. You can also watch episodes of The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror.