World News – UK – Halloween Movies: The 5 Best Movies To Watch This Weekend


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Halloween may be a little different this year, with social distancing likely putting an end to the usual candy and costume parties, however, this will allow households to gather around the TV with delicious festive treats to enjoy a movie. horror Here is our pick of the best movies available to watch this Halloween weekend

Directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Gary Oldman, it tells Bram Stoker’s story about the original bloodsucker, Dracula himself, of course, with a few variations that make it even more surprising

Alongside Oldman, Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves and Mina and Jonathan Harker, with hilarious English accents to boot

Bram Stoker’s Dracula is on Sony Movies at 9 p.m. on Halloween night, Saturday, October 31

Charlie Kaufman’s latest film is a psychological horror / thriller, which makes it a perfect fare for All Hallow’s Eve

It stars Jessie Buckley as a young woman thinking of leaving her boyfriend, but still forced to visit her parents during a very strange encounter

Of course, they and very little are as it seems, and the film will leave you unsure of your own surroundings as well as theirs

The Witch will be available for those who want to get in early for their Halloween viewing and get an early morning / Friday night start in style

Directed by Robert Eggers, who later teamed up with Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in The Lighthouse, it follows a young girl (played by Anya Taylor-Joy) living with her family who has been kicked out of their Puritan group

Soon the forest they were banished to becomes a shocking and frightening place for her and all her family

The Witch is on Channel 4 at 12:15 p.m. on Halloween morning, Saturday October 31

For those who really want to take their Halloween to the next level, it just seems like spending an evening with the King of Horror, John Carpenter

On Halloween night, two of his iconic films will play: Halloween, the original film starring Scream Queen Jamie Lee Curtis, and They Live, a lesser-known cult film from the director

John Carpenter Double Bill of Halloween and They Live is 10 years old 45h on Film 4 on Halloween night, Saturday October 31

Krampus offers fans festivities in all its forms, bringing Christmas and Halloween together in a brilliant way

The film, starring Toni Collette and Adam Scott, sees a dysfunctional family leaving for the holidays together, which many fans can relate to

However, things turn spooky when an evil presence appears to follow and kill those who have lost the Christmas spirit

For those with little ones, however, a bonus movie that’s great for the whole family is Roald Dahl’s new adaptation, The Witches, which is available to watch through the Sky Store for £ 15.99

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