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ok so i would like recomendations for halloween movies and cartoons. NOT horror movies. I have a ton of horror movies. Doesnt matter how corny or childish(ok so not like barney stuff lol. nothing that childish). Starting october 1st i start watching halloween cartoons, shows, and movies cause i love halloween. I also watch horror movies but like i said i have a ton of horror movies so i dont need recomendations on that.

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here is my halloween time list. its all movies set during halloween. some cartoons and specials also. one of the most interesting ones i thought was hell house - a documentary about those haunted houses that x-treme christians set up during the halloween season.
hell house sounds intresting. thanks for the list. Had some stuff that was right up my alley and what i was looking for. :)
Hell House is excellent!
Halloweentown, Scooby Doo (the original) cartoon, Garfield's Halloween (i don't remember the title) and of course there's ALWAYS "It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown"
i love the great pumpkin charlie brown. I watch it every year. Im never too old for cartoons lol
I'm 35 and I've watched THE GREAT PUMPKIN every year since I was a kid. The same thing goes for the Christmas special.
i'm 44 and watch it every year, i also watch "a charlie brown christmas" every year and i'm thankful they brought the thanksgiving special back :)
In addition to several already mentioned, I really liked "Monster House". Despite the fact it got a lot of mediocre reviews, I thought it was a fun cartoon.
i really liked monster house. I didnt understand the reviews. Like you said there were alot of mediocre reviews for it but i enjoyed it. I watch it with my oldest godchild all the time.
I really liked Monster House too, my kids and I have seen it about a dozen times.

~ Nightmare Before Christmas, I mean it is the perfect movie. Starts around Halloween then you can watch it over and over in a mediocre attempt to actually make it through Christmas.
Nightmare before christmas is my favorite movie. Since i first saw it when i was seven i fell in love with it. I have a few nightmare before christmas things i got for christmas last year and when people come over(doesnt matter their age) they always tell me how much they like it and ask where i got it. I guess that movie grows on a lot of people.
Nightmare before christmas is my favorite movie. Since i first saw it when i was seven i fell in love with it.

Love it too. Me and Mrs. Spin last Halloween:

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