Movies You’ll “Fall” For!

Movies to spook you this Fall season.



With Fall at our doorstep, it’s the perfect time to enjoy both classic and newly released movies that celebrate the Halloween spirit. Here’s a list of the best movies to kick off this spooky season!


  • Us 

Genre: Horror/Thriller

Rated: R

Release date: March 22, 2019

Where to watch: Hulu

“Us” is the story of a society where every individual has a doppelganger referred to as “have-nots”. Have-nots are not like their other halves, and do everything in their power to kill their look-alike individuals who existed beforehand. This movie is eerie with some comedic moments, perfect for anybody ready for a thrilling experience.


  • The Innocents

Genre: Horror

Rated: No rating

Release date: May 13th, 2022

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

Set in the bright Nordic summer, “The Innocents” is a horror film about peculiar children with mysterious powers. As the film goes on, the viewer gets to learn more and more about how these capabilities form and grow, becoming more threatening and dangerous. If you are looking for a sci-fi movie with plenty of thrills, look no further.


  • Beetlejuice

Genre: Comedy, Fantasy

Rated: PG

Release date: March 30th, 1988

Where to watch: HBO Max

If you’re interested in revisiting a nostalgic Halloween classic, grab some popcorn and enjoy the 1988 film, “Beetlejuice”. Relive the experience of watching gothic teenager, Lydia, come to terms with the death of her mother, while also getting used to having a mischievous ghost as company. Not so scary, but just as entertaining, “Beetlejuice” is worth the watch. 


  • Orphan: 

Genre: Horror

Rated: R

Release date: July 24th, 2009

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

Full of plot twists, and based on a true story, “Orphan” is a shocking story of a family that adopts a nine year old girl, that isn’t exactly who they thought she was. This movie is sure to leave you feeling uneasy and on edge, wondering if the same could happen to you. 

  • Midsommar:

Genre: Horror

Rated: R

Release date: July 3rd, 2019

Where to watch: Paramount+

If you’re in search of a movie to leave you chilled and intrigued, “Midsommar” is the perfect match for you. The movie begins with a couple who decides to go on a trip with their friends to Sweden, but as the plot progresses, soon it is evident that they aren’t as safe as they thought they were. Full of scenes that leave you on the edge of your seat, everybody should give “Midsommar” a chance. 


  • Edward Scissorhands 

Genre: Romance/Fantasy

Rated: PG-13

Release date: December 7th, 1990

Where to watch: Disney+

Edward Scissorhands” is an empathetic movie about an artificial man with scissors for hands. Edward is discovered by a suburban family who helps him learn about the best parts of life, while also falling in love with the family’s daughter, Kim. This movie is emotional and touching for anybody who is in the mood for a romantic and unique experience. 


  • Pearl

Genre: Horror

Rated: R

Release date: September 22nd, 2022

Where to watch: In theaters now

Scenically beautiful, and endearingly gruesome, “Pearl” is set during the age of the Influenza epidemic. Pearl is a girl who has magnificent dreams of becoming a dancer, but is weighed down by the pressures of her mother, and the task of caring for her ill father. This movie shifts moods rather quickly when Pearl goes on a killing spree and goes for what she desires most.