Halloween month is finally here, and ghosts, goblins and witches everywhere are gearing up for what is surely known as the spookiest time of year. However, those looking to honor the holiday in a slightly less horrific way can do so by streaming movies that are a little more treat than trick.

These family-friendly titles are ideal for those who want to capture the spirit of the holiday with their streaming preferences, but would rather do it without as much blood, guts and gore as traditional scary movies. When looking for one of those options that everyone in the haunted house can enjoy, check out these 15 titles.

“A Babysitter's Guide To Monster Hunting” (2020)

A Babysitters Guide to Monster Hunting Tamara Smart and Oona Laurence star in “A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting.” Photo: Justina Mintz/Netflix

Recruited by a secret society of babysitters, a high schooler battles the Boogeyman and his monsters when they nab the boy she’s watching on Halloween.

“A Witch’s 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.

“Ghost Patrol” (2016)

Two kids and their pet dog (aka the Ghost Patrol) get a call about an old manor and soon find they are investigating their first real haunted house.

“Hubie Halloween” (2020)

Hubie Halloween Adam Sandler stars in “Hubie Halloween.” Photo: 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.

“Labyrinth” (1986)

From the whimsical mind of Jim Henson, this musical fantasy film follows teen Sarah on an epic quest to save her baby brother from a kingdom of goblins.

“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.

“Little Monsters” (1989)

Brian knows there are creatures under his bed. When he faces his fears and confronts them, however, he makes some hilariously weird new friends.

“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, a ruler of the Dream Dimension.

“Monster House” (2006)

A trio of friends sets out to expose the terrors of a vacant neighborhood house, which appears to have a craving for people—and a life of its own.

“Monster Island” (2017)

When 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.

“Nightbooks” (2021)

Scary story fan Alex must tell a spine-tingling tale every night—or stay trapped with his new friend in a wicked witch’s magical apartment forever.

“Paranorman” (2012)

When an army of zombies invades a small town, it’s up to an odd local boy with a knack for communicating with the dead to save the day.

“Spookley The Square Pumpkin” (2004)

When a storm terrorizes his patch, a pumpkin cast out for his shape must step up to use his smarts top save the day—and to prove himself.