Halloween bank holiday weekend is a good time for watching movies. Typically, you'd watch horror. However, not everyone likes horror, and some people are wusses. 

For all you guys who love the season but hate to be scared, we've come up with a heap of non-scary Halloween movies you can watch. Many of them are suitable for all the family.

Our picks span animation, comedy, zombie movies and more. We've also picked films that revolve around ghosts, vampires, werewolves and magic, so everything's covered.


'The Addams Family'

Had to start with a classic!


'Addams Family Values'

It's a damn good sequel, and you could do a double bill with the first one!



Another favourite for Halloween wusses.


'Ghostbusters: Answer the Call'

It's a lot better than the trolls make out.


'Shaun of the Dead'

Fill your Halloween with laughs instead of screams!



Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick went on to write 'Deadpool' and its sequel.


'Warm Bodies'

A rom-com-zom movie.


'What We Do in the Shadows'

A hidden gem that's become more popular since Taika Waititi directed 'Thor Ragnarok.'


'The Rocky Horror Picture Show'

A musical cult classic.


'The Nightmare Before Christmas'

Danny Elfman's score is sublime.


'Corpse Bride'

The less talented (but still bright) younger sister of 'The Nightmare Before Christmas'.



This third stop-motion animated, Tim Burton-produced feature is worth a watch.


'Monster House'

A 2006 animation that proved a hit with critics and the box office.



We included this instead of 'Coraline' because 'Coraline' is actually scary (seriously).


'Hotel Transylvania'

'Hotel Transylvania' was out the same year as 'Frankenweenie' and 'Paranorman' - it beat both in box office receipts.



Featuring one of Michael Keaton's most famous performances, it turns 30 this year.


'Young Frankenstein'

An oldie but a goodie.



'The Wizard of Oz'

Oh my!


'Teen Wolf'

Because werewolves.


'The Little Vampire'

A sweet story about the friendship between a boy and a young vampire. Plus the kid from 'Jerry Maguire' is in it.



The CGI is way too dated to be scary.



The friendliest ghost you know!



The sequel is in cinemas now.


'All the Harry Potter movies'

Harry Potter fans hardly need an excuse to re-watch them.


'Scary Movie'

If 'Scream' is still too scary.


'The Mask'

See what we did there? Halloween? Masks?


'Practical Magic'

Spend your Halloween with Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock...


'Death Becomes Her'

... or with Meryl Streep? She makes everything better.