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15 Not-So-Scary Halloween Movies for Kids

by Lindsay Hutton

Nothing makes Halloween more fun than watching movies that are just a bit scary. Check out these kid-friendly movies, all available on DVD. Plus, enjoy these other not-too-spooky Halloween activities!

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Monsters, Inc. Movie

Monsters, Inc. [G]


What if the scary monsters that lived under your bed were actually afraid of you?

Blue-furred Sulley and his one-eyed assistant Mike are employed at Monsters, Inc., a scream processing factory. It's their job to scare human children because their screams help their monster world thrive.

But what happens when a child isn't afraid— and follows the monsters back to their world? They become exiles of her universe, and find some other mythical creatures that are fellow refuges as well.

Buy on Amazon.

Next: Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit [G]

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