You can always count on Freeform to bring it with the solid seasonal programming, and their newly announced schedule for their upcoming 31 Nights of Halloween feature is no exception. It contains all the movies you know and love and even a few surprises. The only bad thing about it is that it won’t start until October 1st.
- There’s SO MUCH good stuff on here. Obviously there isn’t enough programming for Freeform’s 31 Nights of Halloween to be all Halloween-themed movies, but they are ones that are popular and tend to pop up on TV a lot at this time of year. We’re talking The Goonies, Ghostbusters, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, Hocus Pocus… the list goes on and on.
- It’s a good opportunity to see some classics. There are a lot of movies that I feel like absolutely everyone has seen except me, so I plan to use 31 Nights of Halloween to do some serious catching up. Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride is on, as is Beetlejuice, The Addams Family, and The Craft (which I actually have seen but always warrants a rewatch).
- That’s not even all of it! Throughout the month, Freeform is also airing Jumanji, Matilda, Shrek, Casper, and so many more. I only regret that I don’t have enough free time to watch every single night for hours on end. Still, I’ll definitely make time in my schedule to see some of them! Thankfully, there are 31 Nights of Halloween and not just two or three.
- If you miss a movie one night, don’t worry, it’ll be on again. In true Freeform form, they’ll be replaying a lot of the same movies multiple times throughout the month. That means if you weren’t able to tune in the first or second time around, you’ll always have another opportunity to see the movie of your choice. I can’t wait! For the full schedule, head over to Freeform HERE.