While live-action horror may be getting all the publicity this Halloween season, it is also possible to find some bone-deep thrills from some of the best animated Halloween movies.

Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest

This Halloween, George and Allie visit the Renkins' farm and learn the scary legend of the scarecrow. The scarecrow attacks people wearing hats. The kids get scared and try to run away from the farm. The storyline is a great way to introduce kids to Halloween.

If you're looking for more Curious George content, try checking out his new movie, "Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest." The movie is available on DIRECTV, Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies, YouTube, and Vudu. There are also several other options for watching the movie, including Redbox and Microsoft Store.

The story starts with George and Allie arriving in the country for the first time. Bill tells them a scary tale about the Legend of the No Noggin, a scarecrow who kicks people's hats. George and Allie are determined to catch the scarecrow in action, but their quest for the truth may get in the way.


If you like Neil Gaiman's Coraline, you may be excited to see the animated version of the novel. The film is directed by Henry Selick, and the music is by John Linnell and Bruno Coulais. The film won an Annie Award for best score for an animated feature in 2009. In addition, the film's soundtrack features choral pieces performed by the Children's Choir of Nice.

Despite the fact that Coraline is a PG-rated movie, it has no shortage of creepy scenes and frightening concepts. Its stop-motion animation is impressive, and its use of music is haunting and beautiful at times. And despite the film's ghoulish appearance, it's a great option for young, scared movie fans.

Coraline is an animated movie about a young girl named Coraline Jones who moves to a strange town and a strange house. Since she has no time to talk to her parents, she explores her new surroundings by herself. When she discovers a secret door in her new house, she visits it late at night, and finds that it opens into another world.

The film is incredibly beautiful and is a must-see for Halloween fans. Its visual effects are gorgeous, and the plot is creepy and twisted. The movie was directed by Henry Selick, the director behind the Nightmare Before Christmas. The story revolves around the girl's adventures and her encounters with the Other World. However, Coraline's Other Mother is not as sweet and loving as she claims.

Hotel Transylvania

This Halloween season, make sure to take your family out to the cinema to see the new Hotel Transylvania animated Halloween movies! This is the perfect family outing for the spooky season, with fun characters and an intriguing storyline. The new film was created by Genndy Tartakovsky, and was released in 2012. It is a PG rated film, and was a big hit in many territories around the world.

The new Hotel Transylvania is a fun and entertaining family movie that respects monsters. This film avoids turning into a typical Halloween family movie with its quirky characters and clever humor. It also knows when to slow down to create dramatic moments, but never loses its charming charm.

The story is about the relationship between Dracula and his daughter Mavis. At first, Dracula protects her from humans, but as she grows older, Dracula realizes that she can no longer forbid her from exploring humankind. As a result, he organizes a gathering of various monsters in a village. These creatures chase her, but eventually she agrees to stay with her father.

In the original version of the movie, Dracula is a monster disguised as a human. Jonathan passes himself off as a distant cousin, Johnny Stein, and explains that he has hired him to plan Mavis' birthday party. Jonathan also claims to be 121 years old, which is the age of Count Dracula, but this is a story for another time!

The Little Vampire

If you are looking for a light-hearted, exciting movie to watch this Halloween, then you will want to check out "The Little Vampire 3D." This Halloween movie is an animated family comedy with a vampire theme that you and your children will love. As the title suggests, this movie revolves around a young vampire who moves from Transylvania to a suburban town.

The film is based on a children's book series created by French artist Joann Sfar. The story is about a young vampire who wants to attend school. The world outside his home is dangerous, so he dreams of attending school. With the help of his bulldog, Phantomato, he sneaks out of the house and discovers a human boy named Michael and the mysterious Gibbus.

The film features several memorable characters. The Captain of the Dead, a skeletal vampire who wears a pirate hat and judicial wig, is an interesting addition to the film's characters. Another fun character is The Gibbus, a swashbuckling antagonist with yellow skin and a giant moon head. He runs around the town half-naked for most of the film, offering immortality to anyone who wishes to accept his offers.

The Little Vampire has impressive animation. The black lines and sketchy appearance of the characters give the movie a fun look. Unlike other animated Halloween movies, the characters are not very realistic looking, but they are still unique and reminiscent of the original Nosferatu movie.

Monsters Inc.

If you're looking for a fun, family movie, then you may want to check out Monsters Inc., the 2001 American computer-animated comedy film from Pixar Animation Studios. Starring John Goodman, Billy Crystal, Steve Buscemi, James Coburn, and Mary Gibbs, this film will make you laugh and cheer. The plot revolves around the hairy, one-eyed James P. "Sulley" Sullivan and his fellow monsters.

The film's plot revolves around the world of Monsters Inc. and its employees, Mike, Sully, and the monsters. The monsters are in the business of scaring children and converting their screams into energy. In the movie, Sully is on a mission to set an all-time scare record, but his power supply is running out and he and his team must find an energy source to keep their corporation running smoothly.

One of the best computer-animated movies about monsters is Monsters, Inc., which features a hulking monster that terrorizes young children. The monster uses a child's screams as energy and tries to scare them into making a choice. The movie is a classic and is an absolute must-see for all Halloween fans.

This movie was the first Pixar Animation Studios movie to include music. The soundtrack features an original score by composer David Arnold. It's an entertaining and uplifting movie about overcoming fear. While it does contain some potentially scary moments, it's milder than most movies and can be enjoyed by the entire family.

The Haunted Mansion

Disney Television Animation has announced plans to make a Halloween movie based on the iconic Disney Parks attraction. This film will be created by Gris Grimly, who is best known for his work in the horror genre. Besides Grimly, the story will be helmed by Scott Peterson, who has worked with the director on several other projects.

The film stars Marc John Jefferies as Michael Evers. The actor was based on the character of Ron Weasley from the Harry Potter series. Megan Evers is voiced by Aree Davis. Other voice actors include The Dapper Dans and Jeremy Howard. Clay Martinez also made his acting debut in the movie. Finally, the movie features Corey Burton as the Ghost Host. This movie is a fun choice for Halloween.

This Halloween movie has two distinct plots. In the first, a couple of friends masquerade as pirates and end up in a haunted house. In the second, they're special operatives, investigating a mysterious alien presence on Halloween. The scary ghosts they encounter are actually mutant aliens.

While The Haunted Mansion isn't as scary as other Halloween movies, it still has a good amount of humor and special effects that will make it an enjoyable movie to watch this Halloween season. The storyline is predictable and a bit thin, but it's fun to watch and the special effects are impressive. Plus, it also includes several heartwarming family moments.