Halloween month is finally here, and ghosts, goblins and witches everywhere are getting ready to celebrate the spookiest time of year. However, Halloween 2020 is also going to be a little different thanks to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, which means this year, the holiday will be a little bit different.

With CDC guidelines suggesting families stay home and watch kid-friendly movies instead of trick-pr-treating, and even cases of local ordinances banning the event entirely, those who want to capture the spirit of the holiday while staying in can do so on streaming services like Netflix—but can also do it without all the blood, guts and gore of traditional horror films.

When looking for options that will keep everyone in the haunted house, from the tiniest goblin to the biggest witch, happy, check out these 15 titles.

“The Addams Family” (1991):

A family of ghouls meets an odd stranger claiming to be a relative, but is he really part of an evil plot?

“All Hallow’s Eve” (2016):

Instead of summoning the spirit of her dearly departed mother, a charming teen accidentally awakens a vengeful witch who wants to destroy her town.

“Annabelle Hooper and the Ghosts of Nantucket” (2016):

While vacationing in picturesque Nantucket, a crafty teenage mystery writer contends with two thieves as she tries to solve a ghostly conundrum.

“A Witches’ Ball” (2017):

Beatrix can’t wait to be inducted as a witch, but an unfortunate incident threatens to take her pending title away if she doesn’t act fast.

“The Boy Who Cried Werewolf” (2010):

When high school girl-geek Jordan becomes a werewolf after moving to Romania, she must elude her own brother, who sets out to slay her.

“Dear Dracula” (2012):

When he gets a fan letter from a young monster movie buff, Dracula visits him and soon has a new friend helping him to get his confidence back.

“Goosebumps 2” (2018):

Three teens spend their Halloween trying to stop a magical book, which brings characters from the “Goosebumps” novels to life.

“Hubie Halloween” (2020):

Hubie Halloween
Tim Meadows and Maya Rudolph as Mr. Lester Herlihy and Mrs. Herlihy in the Netflix film “Hubie Halloween.”  Scott Yamano/Netflix

Hubie’s not the most popular guy in Salem, Mass., but when Halloween turns truly spooky, this good-hearted scaredy-cat sets out to keep his town safe.

“Liar, Liar Vampire” (2015):

When a shy teen transfers to a new school, he elects to mix things up by playing along with the rumor that he’s a vampire.

“The Little Vampire” (2017):

An American kid obsessed with the undead befriends and offers to help a young vampire whose family is being targeted by a merciless vampire hunter.

“Marvel Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell” (2016):

On Halloween the Hulk and Dr. Strange battle monsters wreaking havoc on New York and uncover an evil plot by Nightmare, ruler of the Dream Dimension.

“Monster Island” (2017):

Hen a teenager discovers he’s not really human, he ventures out to a remote island to explore his roots and confronts a series of wild challenges.

“Poltergeist” (1982):

Malevolent otherworldly forces invade a suburban home and transform the house into a supernatural sideshow centered on the family’s young daughter.

“Room on the Broom” (2012):

A gentle witch with a ginger braid offers rides to a variety of animals on her increasingly crowded broom, much to her grumpy cat’s chagrin.

“The Witches” (1990):

A boy and his grandma go on vacation, only to find their hotel is hosting an international witch convention, and the witches are brewing an evil plot.