Paramount+’s Peak Screaming Has Classic TV, Horror, & Kids Friendly Titles All Month

Paramount+ is showcasing spooky season content all month in its Peak Screaming event. During October, Paramount+ will be highlighting fan-favorite horror movies and iconic seasonal episodes with curated collections for the whole family.

For adults, Paramount+ has a collection of recent heart-pounding thrillers and terrifying horror titles including A Quiet Place I and II, Child’s Play, Crawl, Gretel & Hansel, Mother!, and Saint Maud, as well as cult classics like Friday the 13th (Part 3), Kiss the Girls, Night of the Living Dead, Paranormal Activity 4, The Devil Inside, The Ring, and The Traveler.

For the kids, Paramount+ will premiere a special Halloween episode of Rugrats on October 7. In “The Werewoof Hunter,” Tommy will need his friends’ help to save Angelica after she turns into a werewolf at a scary Halloween party where their parents seem to be disappearing one by one.

Kids can also find spooky episodes from more of their favorite shows like Blue’s Clues, Bubble Guppies, Paw Patrol, and Fairly Odd Parents.

On October 10, tune in for the season two finale of Evil, which will find the team meeting with a student who has a growing compulsion to eat human flesh. After you’re caught up, check out the collection of Halloween episodes from classic TV shows including Beverly Hills 90210, Cheers, Frasier, Happy Days, The Brady Bunch, and more. 

And on October 29, it’s peak screaming time with the premiere of Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin. The new film will bring fans an unexpected reimagining of the beloved horror franchise and stars Emily Bader, Roland Buck III, Dan Lippert and Henry Ayers-Brown. Fans of the iconic found-footage horror genre will also be invited to go behind the scenes of the film that started it all, with the debut of the original documentary Unknown Dimension: The Story of Paranormal Activity.

Watch it all and more with the Paramount+ and Showtime bundle. Now through October 20, you can get the bundle for $9.99/month.