Looking for Spooky Netflix Kids Shows And Movies to get you in the Halloween feel? Especially since trick-or-treating is canceled throughout most of the country. Chances are you might be looking for some shows and movies to watch with your little ones that are just a little spooky. No big scares or blood and gore! Netflix got you covered, with some of the best spooky series and movies for people of all ages.
We have listed 13 Spooky Netflix Kids Shows And Movies You Can Stream Right Now this Halloween.
13 Spooky Netflix Kids Shows And Movies to Stream
1. ‘Super Monsters’
This movie is something kids enjoy a lot because of those adorable kids in the movie who go to school at night to learn how to be the monsters they turn into. Super Monster has like a huge franchise.
The entire series and its offshoots are Halloween-appropriate, but there are three Halloween-season specials to watch if you choose: Super Monsters Save Halloween, Super Monsters: Vida’s First Halloween and Super Monsters: Dia de los Monsters. Not many shows can combine Halloween and the Day of the Dead and make it look seamless, but Super Monsters pulls it off.
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2. ‘Emily’s Wonder Lab: Spooky Science’
Who like some science fiction spooky? We love Emily’s Wonder Lab because Emily Calandrelli makes somewhat complex science experiments fun for both the kid scientists in the show’s cast and the audience watching at home. Basically in the episodes of this series Emily shows the kids how to make witches’ brew to show the principle of how heat rises and how acids and bases react with each other. But we love her simple at-home experiment: pumpkin barf!
3. ‘What’s New Scooby-Doo?’/’Scooby-Doo!: Mystery Incorporated’/’Scooby-Doo On Zombie Island’
Ohh dear, Scooby Doo and Zombies is all we need! Scooby-Doo is always a reliable source of mild scares, plus the sight of a middle-aged man in a costume railing against the “meddling kids” that foiled his half-baked plan to scare people off. Be grateful too Netflix, it has the 1998 film Scooby-Doo On Zombie Island, plus two 21st-century series: What’s New, Scooby-Doo and Scooby-Doo!: Mystery Incorporated.
We all in our lifetime have atleast once read a R.L. Stine ‘Goosebumps”, and if not which planet are you from?This 1995-98 Canadian-produced anthology series based on R.L. Stine’s hit Goosebumps novel series is a good choice because you can pick and choose how you get creeped out. Monsters? Check. Ghosts? Check.
Weird ventriloquist dummies? Check. This show is likely better for the older kids in your family, but if you’ve got a young one who doesn’t mind getting scared, this should do the trick.
5. ‘DreamWorks Spooky Stories’ Franchise
Who doesn’t like Shrek, fans of DreamWorks Animations best films: Shrek, Monsters Vs. Aliens and Megamind will like revisiting their favourite characters in these two volumes of scary tales. Two of the Shrek stories involve the ghost of Lord Farquaad, and anything where ogres and donkeys mix with ghosts is aces in our book.
6. ‘The Spooky Tale of Captain Underpants Hack-A-Ween’
Leave it to the Captain Underpants series to create their own version of Halloween, and make it work out. In this holiday episode of the goofy series based on Dav Pilkey’s kid comics, George and Harold defeat the plan of evil genius classmate Marvin to cancel Halloween by creating Hack-a-ween. And, with the help of their brief-clad hero, it of course works.
7. ‘The Last Kids On Earth’
Does anyone feel that the title is a bit funny? Four middle-schoolers survive a post-apocalyptic world by banding together to fight various huge monsters as well as trying to figure out how to get along with each other. This is one of those shows that older kids will appreciate better than younger ones because this show actually has fleshed-out characters and interesting stories.
8. ‘Julie and the Phantoms’
Hotdogs are not good, just saying! Ok, this one isn’t scary at all, but it is full of rock-and-roll teenage ghosts, who died in the ’90s from eating bad hot dogs. That’s pretty scary, if you ask us. But it’s also sweet, with the Phantoms helping currently-alive teenage singer Julie reignite her dream of making it in show biz.
9. ‘A Go! Go! Cory Carson Halloween’
Want something adorable? There’s nothing better than the Go! Go! Cory Carson series. Here, Cory, Chrissie, and Freddy are seeking out the full-sized candy bars on the other side of town. But that side of town is spooky. Can the cuddly little cars handle it?
10. ‘The Worst Witch’
Just what was missing, Witches! This is Netflix’s 2017-20 adaptation of Jill Murphy’s novel series, about a girl who stumbles upon a school for witches, and although she’s not the best witch in the class, she starts to feel like this is where she belongs. And there’s nothing like a bumbling witch to make kids — and adults — laugh.
11. ‘Lemony Snicket’s a Series Of Unfortunate Events’
Netflix has the film version of A Series of Unfortunate Events, where Jim Carrey plays the evil Count Olaf. But Netflix’s series version, with Neil Patrick Harris putting his own spin on Count Olaf, has more fun scares for the money — three seasons’ worth! Plus, Patrick Warburton plays Lemony Snicket himself, which was an inspired choice.
12. ‘Creeped Out’
Just the presence of the masked, Instamatic-toting The Curious in every episode is creepy enough, but this anthology series geared toward preteens should make your 10-and-up siblings nod in recognition of how horrible their lives are. If there is anything scarier, we don’t know what that is.
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13. ‘Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch’
Whoo! hold your horses … yes, we know The Grinch is a Christmas film.
But here a) The Grinch is a monster, b) he does some pretty scary things — he steals everyone’s presents, for heaven’s sake! — and c) Benedict Cumberbatch’s interpretation in the 2018 CGI version is just creepy enough to give you the chills. Considering the Christmas season starts right after Halloween anyway, why not just kick it off in style?