If you’re looking for spooky movies to watch this Halloween, it’s hard to beat Samsung TV Plus’ lineup of spooky titles. From horror films to Halloween and fall-themed classics, the streaming service’s collections of spooky content will have you shaking in your boots.
Samsung TV Plus is 100% free and carries over 180 free channels of news, entertainment, and more, with no subscriptions or downloads needed. It’s available on 10’s of millions of 2016-2021 Samsung Smart TVs and Galaxy mobile devices in the U.S. and 23 other territories globally.
Halloween Destinations on Samsung TV Plus
- The Movie Hub: Find horror classics like “The Last Exorcism (2010)”, “The Last Witch Hunter”, “Maggie”, and “Jackals” from 10/8 – 10/31.
- Midnight Pulp is playing more classic horror titles like Wes Craven’s “The Hills Have Eyes” and “The Changeling (1980)” throughout the month. On Halloween night, catch a double feature of both titles at 4:30 p.m. EST and 6:15 pm. EST.
- Dust is playing a collection of Amityville Horror films on Friday nights, with special marathons in the middle and end of October.
- 10/8 – Amityville: It’s About Time & Amityville: A New Generation
- 10/15 – Amityville: A New Generation & Amityville: Dollhouse
- 10/16-17 –48-hour marathon of all 4 films
- 10/22 – Amityville: Dollhouse & Amityville: The Evil Escapes
- 10/29 – 24-hour marathon of all 4 films
- On Filmrise Free Movies, catch featured titles like “Stonehearst Asylum” starring Kate Beckinsale and “Prom Night” starring Jamie Lee Curtis.
- Shout! Factory: Throughout October, curated double features are playing every evening of the month showcasing celebrated cult-classic horror films paired with feature-length episodes of “Elvira’s Movie Macabre”.
- Canela Media (Spanish) ) is playing “Resident Evil” starring Mila Jovovich and “Vampires: Los Muertos” starring Jon Bon Jovi and Diego Luna, throughout the month.
- Howl-oween Week is airing from 10/25-10/31 on The Pet Collective channel, where programming will focus on pets in costumes, tricks and treats. A new 2021 Halloween Special will also be part of this week-long Halloween celebration