20 October, 2017

Win Four Family Halloween Movies From Warner Bros

We love Halloween here in the Hobbis household.  There’s nothing like snuggling up together under a blanket and watching some spooky Halloween family movies from Warner Bros.  Everyone has their own Halloween family traditions, don’t they?

Halloween family movies - Warner Bros Halloween DVDs

We’ve all got our favourites but which of these four would you choose to watch when the wind is howling outside and all is dark and gloomy?

Halloween family movies from Warner Bros

Read on to discover our favourite four – and how you can win a copy of each for yourself.

Beetlejuice

Halloween family movies - Beetlejuice DVD front cover

Synopsis

From film director Tim Burton, this is the story of the Maitlands (Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin) – a happy couple who are killed in a car crash and return as ghosts to their beloved home to wreak havoc on the ghastly yuppie family who has moved in.

Unfortunately, their attempts at haunting are ignored by all the family, with the exception of Goth daughter Lydia (Winona Ryder), who doesn’t mind one bit. At their wit’s end, the ghostly couple call on a despicably disgusting demon named ‘Beetlejuice’ (Michael Keaton) for help.

We found Beetlejuice to be equally funny and gruesome without being too scary – just don’t say his name out loud three times!

Corpse Bride

Halloween family movies - Corpse Bride DVD Front Cover

Synopsis

Another Tim Burton classic, Corpse Bride tells the story of two aristocratic families who pair off their children hoping they will be escalated into high society.  Unfortunately, when clumsy Victor Van Dort (Depp) rehearses his vows in the woods he accidentally marries the Corpse Bride (Bonham-Carter) which causes havoc with everyone’s plans.

We thought the corpse bride was hilarious with her maggot and popping eyeball.  The film is both romantic, ethereal and spooky.

Scooby-Doo Zombie Island

Halloween family movies - Scooby Doo On Zombie Island DVD front cover

Synopsis

In this feature-length animation, Scooby-Doo and the gang travel to a haunted island to investigate the ghostly legend of Moonscar the pirate, but soon find themselves tussling with cat creatures and zombies – could the ghouls actually turn out to be real for once?

We’ve always loved Scooby Doo and, of course, he and Shaggy are as brave as usual when confronting the monsters and zombies.

The Witches

Halloween family movies - The Witches DVD Front Cover

Synopsis

Adapted from Roald Dahl’s book “The Witches”, Luke and his wise grandmother Helga arrive at an English seaside hotel where the Royal Commission for Prevention of Cruelty to Children is holding a convention. Luke discovers that its members are not charity workers but wicked witches who plan to turn all children into mice – starting with him. The mouse-Luke must alert his aunt and stop their dastardly plan.

By turns funny and scary we loved Anjelica Houston as the Grand High Witch and it was great when the witches finally got a taste of their own medicine.

What are your favourite Halloween family movies?

The Halloween family movies giveaway

To win a copy of each of the four DVDs above (one prizewinner), simply enter via the Rafflecopter.  UK entrants only and the usual terms and conditions apply which you can find on my giveaways page.

Please note that the prize will be received until after Halloween.

The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Sunday 5th November.

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Good luck!

158 comments so far.

158 responses to “Win Four Family Halloween Movies From Warner Bros”

  1. Kayleigh Watkins says:

    It has to be hocus pocus I loved watching it as a child and still do xXx

  2. Margaret Clarkson says:

    I also love Hocus Pocus. It’s great fun and I love the witches singing I put a spell on you.

  3. Ellen Stafford says:

    The Witches is fab.

  4. Heather Haigh says:

    Hocus Pocus – we love it

  5. Tracey Peach says:

    Nightmare On Elm Street Eeek!

  6. Jeanette Leighton says:

    Hocus Pocus or the witches

  7. iain maciver says:

    halloween

  8. Danielle Pooley says:

    Has to be hocus pocus.. it’s a tradition

  9. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    Hocus Pocus

  10. Maggie Ali says:

    We all love Hocus Pocus!

  11. Kevin Honey says:

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show

  12. john prendergast says:

    casper

  13. Helen Thurston says:

    The original Halloween.

  14. Kim M says:

    We like Casper x

  15. laura stewart says:

    Hocus Pocus 🙂

  16. Elzbieta Znyk says:

    Hocus Pocus

  17. melanie stirling says:

    The Woman in black.

  18. Gillian Brewster says:

    Rocky horror show is my favourite all time movie and perfect for halloween

  19. Brad Start says:

    My favourite has to be “The Thing”

  20. Tracey Suzie Anderson says:

    We LOVE Casper the friendly ghost 🙂 x

  21. Rachel Craig says:

    Hock Pocus.

  22. holly harmsworth says:

    casper is our favourite family Halloween movie

  23. Keith Hunt says:

    carry on screaming

  24. claire woods says:

    Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

  25. Iris Tilley says:

    Kids love Casper I like 13th Ghosts

  26. Michelle Ferguson says:

    I like Hocus Pocus

  27. Hannah Scudder says:

    Hocus Pocus, watch it every Halloween

  28. jo liddement says:

    I love the original film version of The Fog

  29. Graham Ross says:

    Hocus Pocus, great film for Halloween

  30. Katerina Economides says:

    Ghostbusters

  31. Fiona says:

    Addams Family

  32. stuart hargreaves says:

    a good comedy such as animal house – there’s enough weirdo’s trick or treating

  33. Rob Griffiths says:

    The original Amityville Horror.

  34. Angela Treadway says:

    Monsters vs aliens x

  35. Clare Hubbard says:

    Nightmare on elm street

  36. Jemma Dwyer says:

    texas chainsaw massacre x

  37. amy bondoc says:

    i like the sream moviees, with the kids we will usually watch hocus pocus

  38. Sheena Batey says:

    Carry on Screaming

  39. Emma Waughman says:

    All of them

  40. laura banks says:

    the saw films

  41. Kerry Martindale says:

    Addams family

  42. Lisa Houston says:

    The original Halloween movie for me. or haunted mansion as a family movie

  43. Victoria Prince says:

    The Nightmare Before Christmas I think is my favourite

  44. pete c says:

    Gremlins

  45. Solange says:

    Halloween

  46. fiona waterworth says:

    THE FOG after watching it you can do wiyhout trick or treaters banging on the door

  47. Judith Allen says:

    Hot Fuzz and Dog Soldiers.

  48. Lauren Bond says:

    Hocus Pocus is my favourite!!

  49. Corinne Henson says:

    The Shining

  50. Amanda Hart says:

    spookier the better, I love Halloween, woman in black and Friday 13th oooh

  51. Lesley Bradley says:

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show ( and I know all the lyrics!)

  52. Priscilla Stubbs says:

    The Shining, very scary

  53. Emma chapman says:

    The Adams family

  54. Ray Becker says:

    the postman knocks twice

  55. clair downham says:

    the nightmare before christmas

  56. Lorna Ledger says:

    My daughter is 17 now, and we think Saw! But, if my niece and Nephew were round, The Frighteners is good x

  57. Lisa Parker says:

    Carry on Screaming x

  58. Jo Glasspool says:

    Hocus Pocus, such a great, funny film.

  59. Angie McDonald says:

    Nightmare on Elm Street

  60. kw says:

    Arsenic and Old Lace

  61. Amanda Baggott says:

    Hocus Pocus. although it still scares me as an adult!

  62. Leila Benhamida says:

    I enjoy watching Casper with my children on Halloween.

  63. Claire glace says:

    Big casper fans here…..

  64. Alison Johnson says:

    Halloween of course!

  65. Ashleigh Allan says:

    I like hocus pocus

  66. Susie Wilkinson says:

    The Corpse Bride and Frankenweenie

  67. Jane Willis says:

    The Worst Witch (1986 version)

  68. Lynne OConnor says:

    Frankenweenie or Ghostbusters

  69. Annabel Greaves says:

    I love Scream

  70. Janine Kock says:

    Hocus Pocus or Halloween when the kids are not around.

  71. janine atkin says:

    hocus pocus!!

  72. Ruth Harwood says:

    Halloween!!

  73. Kim Neville says:

    I like to watch the Saw films

  74. Lynn Neal says:

    Nightmare on Elm Street

  75. Debbie Hawkins says:

    The Nightmare Before Christmas. My all time favourite but closely followed by The Witches.

  76. Jodie A Green says:

    Nightmare before Christmas is the one we love watching with the kids! Once the kids are in bed we pull out the horrors, love the conjuring films, nightmare on elm street and IT

  77. Ashleigh Walbridge says:

    I love watching Tim Burton films. We watched corpse bride tonight and hotel transilvania was on too. I’m too much of a baby to watch proper Halloween films haha

  78. Inga Andersen says:

    Hocus Pocus and The witches 🙂

  79. Hali Kinson says:

    Casper

  80. Jo Carroll says:

    Poltergeist…that movie still freaks me right out. x

  81. GEOFF WICKENS says:

    HOCUS POCUS

  82. Margaret Gallagher says:

    Hocus Pocus

  83. Jo Hutchinson says:

    The original Halloween

  84. Louise Whittaker says:

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show in the evening, and Harry Potter with the kids before they go to bed

  85. Emma Evans says:

    Cabin in the Woods

  86. Jo McPherson says:

    The Ring, scares me every time

  87. George Wright says:

    Halloween, classic!

  88. Christina Palmer says:

    Casper The Friendly Ghost

  89. Tania Atfield says:

    Casper, good watch

  90. Sally Collingwood says:

    The Adams Family

  91. Charlie bauly says:

    I used to love watching hocus pocus

  92. Susan B says:

    We stock with Ghostbusters while the children are young.

  93. Josh Gough says:

    Casper

  94. michelle o'neill says:

    the exorcist

  95. Vicki Weston says:

    The Witches was one of my fave films as a kid and I remember being really upset when the tape broke so would love to have it on DVD to watch with my kids

  96. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    The Addams Family

  97. Min says:

    The Nightmare before Christmas 🙂

  98. EJ Dunn says:

    Insidious 3 – one of my favourite horrors!

  99. EJ Dunn says:

    Insidious 3

  100. Natalie Turner says:

    Hocus Pocus so fun!

  101. Laura Muir says:

    It has to be either The Crow – for me and my partner .. or Hocus Pocus if I’m watching it with the kids

  102. The Nightmare Before Christmas

  103. sheri darby says:

    Nightmare on Elm Street

  104. Laura Pritchard says:

    Hocus Pocus!

  105. Joanna Kasznicki says:

    Hocus Pocus with my sons

  106. Pamela Gossage says:

    My favourite is The Witches

  107. Sarah Lee says:

    Hocus Pocus

  108. Karen Gray says:

    Hocus Pocus!

  109. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    The Craft

  110. jamie Millard says:

    a nightmare on elm street

  111. Donna Clinton says:

    It has to be Hocus Pocus.I always watch it with my kids

  112. angela sandhu says:

    Nightmare on Elm Street

  113. Jessica Barber says:

    I love the Nightmare before Christmas!

  114. lorraine says:

    we love watchin different horror films. this year we watched lots of scooby doo.

  115. Chris Minko says:

    You can’t beat Hocus Pocus

  116. Katie W says:

    has to be Hocus Pocus, cant wait for the remake

  117. Emma says:

    Definitely Hocus Pocus! 🙂

  118. Kevin Cannon says:

    Either A Nightmare on Elm Street or The Rocky Horror Picture Show

  119. Sam Parkes says:

    Hocus pocus it’s our favourite Halloween film

  120. Amy Tidd says:

    Hocus pocus

  121. Adrian Bold says:

    The Evil Dead 2 – classic horror!

  122. Lucy Carter says:

    Hocus Pocus

  123. Troy Easton says:

    Beetlejuice.

  124. sharon stanley says:

    Hocus Pocus is one that we enjoy as a family, but once the kids are in bed it has to be Stephen King’s Rose Red

  125. CRAIG AUSTIN says:

    Hellraiser…. pinhead still freaks me out

  126. Rachael Sexey says:

    Hocus Pocus 🎃

  127. paula cheadle says:

    we don’t watch a fave film, we just watch which ever has the most votes

  128. Lorraine Stone says:

    We watch Corpse Bride.

  129. Simone Griffin says:

    Hocus Pocus!

  130. Andrea A says:

    My favourite film to watch on Halloween is Casper.

  131. Jade Brookes says:

    We usually watch The purge but this year we watched IT. Might be our new favourite.

  132. jackie curran says:

    I like kids halloween films best , nothing too scary . Monster House was one I really liked.

  133. Charlotte A says:

    I love The Witches!

  134. deborah lawrie says:

    IT

  135. Rich Tyler says:

    Hocus Pocus! 🙂

  136. LEE HARDY says:

    hocus pocus

  137. Claire Elizabeth Noke says:

    The scream films….. but Hocus Pocus with the kids earlier on 🙂

  138. Terrie-Ann Wright says:

    I have a few classics that I absolutely love Beetlejuice, Hocus Pocus and The Addams Family, we have no living children at home but still enjoy these at Halloween

  139. linda curtis says:

    Beetlejuice is a brilliant family classic

  140. Glenn Marvell-James says:

    Goosebumps

  141. JULIE WARD says:

    The original Ghostbuster, all the grandchildren love it

  142. Maria Jane Knight says:

    Its gotta be Hocus Pocus right?!!!

  143. Miss Tracy Hanson says:

    Well the younger “horrors” like The Addams Family and I love watching Dog Soldiers and The Changeling (the old ghost story film).

  144. DAWN HULL says:

    We like to watch Beetlejuice as it is brilliant and not too scary.

  145. M Allen says:

    Paranorman

  146. Tammy Neal says:

    Hocus pocus x

  147. Natalie Crossan says:

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show

  148. melissa crowe says:

    Hocus Pocus with my family

  149. Claire Little says:

    hocus pocus

  150. Karen Richards says:

    The Ring is good to watch on Halloween. So scary.

  151. Kate Davies says:

    Definitely hocus pocus.

  152. Diane Duggan says:

    My favourite is Halloween – truly scary.

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