Halloween is just around the corner, so we compiled a list of animated movies packed with supernatural forces and monsters to watch on this spooky night when the undead wander around…
After The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) and Corpse Bride (2005), this is another one of Tim Burton’s stop-motion masterpieces. Inspired by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, this animated kid’s film is a must see for all fans of classic black and white stop-motion films.
A 2012 animated movie from the makers of Coraline (2009). Norman is a boy with a special talent; he can see and talk to ghosts. Blithe Hollow, the town where he lives, was cursed by a wicked witch and Norman must save it from undead zombies.
MONSTER HOUSE (2006)
Spooky house, ghosts, fear of the unknown – this monster movie aimed at a younger audience has all the elements of a good Halloween horror flick.
HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA (2012)
Dracula, the internationally famous vampire from Transylvania, Romania, is a proud five-star hotel owner whose VIP monster guests include the likes of Frankenstein and Werewolf. However, on the day of his daughter’s 118th birthday, an ordinary teenage boy arrives at the hotel and Dracula must prevent his daughter from falling in love with this human guest.