As we quickly approach October, it seems like everyone is getting into the season, pumpkin spice every where you look and all your friends (even those who don’t care to indulge) are looking for the newest scariest films for Halloween! With several wide theater releases and many home video releases there is something for everyone this Halloween season!

  1. A Christmas Horror Story

While many may argue it’s too soon to get into the holiday spirit, it’s never to early to start a bloody holiday massacre! A Christmas Horror Story according to IMDB.COM is a series of interwoven stories that take place on Christmas Eve, as told by one festive radio host: A family brings home more than a Christmas tree, a student documentary becomes a living nightmare, a Christmas spirit terrorizes, Santa slays evil, starring William Shatner as your radio host, this looks sure to be a holiday classic for horror films!

A Christmas Horror Story is released on VOD October 2nd 2015

2. Curve

When a young woman gets trapped in her car following a car accident caused by a hitchhiker it’s a fight for survival! Featuring Julianne Hough (Dancing with the Stars) & Teddy Sears (The Flash / American Horror Story), this direct to DVD release provides an alternative story line within it’s special features.

Curve comes to DVD October 6th 2015

3. Knock Knock

Eli Roth has been taking the horror world by storm lately with the long anticipated release of The Green Inferno later this month, and the wide release of Knock Knock, the story of a man who has it all, until one fateful night two teenage girls show up at this door and a very dangerous game of cat and mouse follows.

Knock Knock comes to VOD October 9th, 2015

4. The Final Girls

The story of a young woman (Taissa Farmiga, American Horror Story) grieving the passing of her mother, a famous scream queen, attends her mother’s film to find herself and her friends sucked into the movie, now it’s up to them to survive and kill the killer before they are the next victim!

The Final Girls comes to VOD October 9, 2015

5. Tales of Halloween

One of the most anticipated films for the Halloween season features 10 stories occurring on 1 night in a little town, with such an amazing line up of actor’s and director’s involved this film has received great reviews from horror fans following it’s showing at the Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival back in August.

Tales of Halloween comes to VOD October 16, 2015.

6. Crimson Peak

The latest film from Guillermo del Toro, featuring a great hollywood line up including Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy), Jessica Chastain (Mama / The Help), and Mia Wasikowska (Alice in Wonderland / Stoker) tell the story of an author who is swept away after a family tragedy and is torn between the love of her childhood friend and a mysterious stranger and takes off to live in a house that breaths, bleeds, remembers and well… is haunted by spirits!

Crimson Peak comes to theaters nationwide on October 16, 2015

7. Goosebumps

Every child of the 90’s dream just came true with the announcement of Goosebumps the movie, the story of R. L. Stein’s famous creepy tales coming to life when the new boy next door ventures in and accidentally releases the monsters on the town. Now it’s up them to capture the monsters and save the town.

Goosebumps comes to theaters nationwide October 16, 2015

8. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

All secrets will finally be revealed and all questions answered in this final installment of the Paranormal Activity series! When a new family moves in, and discovers a collection of tapes featuring Katie & Kristi, their worlds begins to turn upside down as the ghosts claim their next victim.

The final chapter comes to theaters nationwide October 23, 2015.

9. Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

This horror comedy tells the tale of 3 teenage scouts on the eve of their last camp out as they get swept up in the zombie apocalypse and must save the world.

Check it out in theaters October 30, 2015.

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