PlutoTV is preparing a spooktacular Halloween movie marathon


In need of some serious scares but low on funds? PlutoTV has you covered!

As the leading provider of free, television streaming, PlutoTV is an excellent way to have a Halloween movie marathon without having to leave your couch or spend a dime.

Out of their 100+ channels, several already exclusively play only horror films but beginning on October 27th, you’ll be able to catch a multitude of classic scary movies on several different stations.

Bookmark this page to come back to when we get closer to Halloween so you can check out what’s streaming and when!

Shadow of the Vampire (2000)

Check out John Malkovich and Willem Dafoe in this reimagining of the iconic original vampire film, Nosferatu. The film is a meta take on the industry as it is actually about the shooting of a film and begs the question of how well anyone really knows their co-stars? (10/31 @ 7 pm ET – Ch. 56)

Night of the Living Dead  (1968)

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It doesn’t get much more classic than this one. Night of the Living Dead is a film every horror buff should see at least once in their life so if you haven’t gotten to yet, now is your chance! See the zombie movie that started it all. (10/31 @ 7 pm ET – Ch. 67)

Paranormal Activity Franchise

The little found footage horror film that could. It’s kind of crazy when you remember the original Paranormal Activity film was made on a shoestring budget and has gone on to create a multi-million dollar franchise spanning across six films. Some people still believe they’re some of the scariest movies of all time. Don’t miss the marathon beginning Halloween day on Channel 51!

Leprechaun in the Hood

If you’re looking for something a little less scary but still full of ghoulish surprises, look no further than the cult film, Leprechaun in the Hood. It’s just as campy and darkly humorous as its title suggests. If you’re a fan, you’re in luck because PlutoTV will also be airing its sequel! (10/31 @ 7 pm ET)

Silent Hill (2006)

For me, Silent Hill has always been one of the most horrifying movies I’ve ever seen. The plot begins with a fairly simplistic idea of a small ghost town, abandoned after a massive fire laid waste to its inhabitants, but it is so much more than that. When a woman loses her daughter in the town she discovers a sinister cult and shocking secrets of its past. (10/31 @ 8 pm ET)

Other films to be featured are Devil May Call, Tucker Dale vs. Evil, Grudge 2 & 3, I Saw the Devil, Little Shop of Horrors, Flatliners, and many more!

You can see their complete list of films and the schedule of when they’re playing on PlutoTV’s new Stream n’ Scream Halloween Guide.

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The best part about PlutoTV is that it’s available on all streaming and mobile devices, all you need is internet and you’re good to go. Time to break out the popcorn and be prepared to get scared!

Do you have PlutoTV? Will you be streaming Halloween movies? Let us know in the comments section below.