Huluween returns for sixth year with even more horror films and series

Appendage - Image courtesy Hulu
Appendage - Image courtesy Hulu /

It’s that time of year again! Streaming platforms are rolling out their Halloween schedules, and Huluween is back for its sixth year on Hulu. This time around, we get everything from an animated series, to new original films,  to four new episodes of American Horror Stories, to a Halloween-centric documentary.

Some of the Huluween additions were already covered in our Halloween viewing guide, they will be marked with an asterisk and you can visit the original article here to read about them. Here’s what’s coming to Huluween this year:


Marvel Studios’ Werewolf by Night – A group of monster hunters meet one night at the Bloodstone Temple after their leader is killed. They find themselves in a competition, fighting for a relic that will put them face-to-face with a creature that may kill them all.

September 21:

FX’s American Horror Story: Delicate, Part One – Actress Anna Victoria Alcott has attempted IVF with no success, and all she wants is to have a baby. She begins to believe that an evil being is targeting her, and wants her baby. The twelfth season of AHS features Emma Roberts, Cara Delevingne, Kim Kardashian, Billie Lourd, Matt Czuchry, Denis O’Hare, Lesle Grossman and Michaela Jae Rodriguez. Part one of season 12 will feature a new episode on FX each Wednesday, and will be available to stream the next day on Hulu.

No One Will Save You — Brynn (Kaitlyn Dever) is a creative and talented young woman who’s been alienated from her community. Lonely but ever hopeful, Brynn finds solace within the walls of the home where she grew up—until she’s awakened one night by strange noises from decidedly unearthly intruders. What follows is an action-packed face-off between Brynn and a host of extraterrestrial beings who threaten her future while forcing her to deal with her past. /

September 22:

*No One Will Save You

October 1:

Ash vs Evil complete seasons 1 – 3 – This follow-up series to the iconic film The Evil Dead marks the return of Bruce Campbell as Ash, now an aging, still-immature stock boy working at Value Stop. Ash finds himself once again battling the Deadites alongside his new friends Kelly and Pablo. It’s a fun, gross-out series, and I highly recommend it for those who enjoy Sam Raimi films.

Crazy Fun Park – In this Australian limited series, geared towards teens, best friends Chester and Mapplethorpe are super close – so close in fact, that not even death can separate them. When Mapplethorpe is killed at an old abandoned theme park, Chester can’t stay away, and soon finds out that not only is his friend’s ghost still hanging around at the park, so are the ghosts of other teens who died there.

Leprechaun 30th Anniversary Film Collection – Yes, you read that right: it’s been 30 years since Leprechaun jumped on the big screen and into cult status. For Huluween this year, fans can stream all eight of the Leprechaun films.

Stephen King’s Rose Red – The complete miniseries, written by King as an homage to Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House, was first shown on television in 2002. A professor leads a group of psychics in an investigation of the eerie mansion known as Rose Red in an attempt to prove the place is genuinely haunted. Though it’s been years since I watched it, I remember really enjoying it.

October 2:

Fright Krewe Season 1 – In this Hulu original series:

"“An ancient prophecy and a Voodoo Queen put misfit teens in charge of saving New Orleans from the biggest demonic threat it’s faced in almost two centuries.”"

Appendage (Hulu Original) – Hannah is a young, seemingly normal fashion designer, but deep inside, she is fighting some serious self-doubt. As her feelings fester inside, they start to make her physically ill, and eventually manifest themselves into a growth on her body. As Hannah begins to get sicker and sicker, The Appendage slowly takes over, making her anxieties even worse.

Mickey and Friends Trick or Treats – In a new stop-motion Halloween special, Mickey Mouse and friends Minnie, Donald, Daisy and Goofy visit a haunted mansion while trick-or-treating. The homeowner, Witch Hazel then casts a spell and turns the friends into their costumes.

Huluween - The Boogeyman
The Boogeyman – Courtesy 20th Century Studios /

October 5:

The Boogeyman – Stephen King’s short story was first published as part of his collection Night Shift. This adaptation was released in theatres earlier this year, and now you can stream it on Hulu. Teenager Sadie and her younger sister Sawyer are still grieving the loss of their mother, and Dad Will, a therapist is not much help. When a new patient shows up at their house unexpectedly, they family ends up fighting off a terrifying entity.

October 6:

Undead Unluck Season 1 – Fuko Izumo has a quirky “gift” that she calls Unluck, a gift that results in her accidently killing people. Frustrated, Fuko plans to end it all, but then she meets Andy, a man who longs for death, but cannot die.

October 12:

*Monster Inside: America’s Most Extreme Haunted House

Huluween includes movies and series for all ages!

October 13:

Goosebumps – This new series was inspired by the chilling books of R.L. Stine. A group of high schoolers set out to investigate the 30-year-old death of teenager Harold Biddle, and end up finding out about their own parents’ dark secrets.

October 15:

Slotherhouse – Emily is a very popular tech-obsessed sorority sister who thinks her popularity might increase if she gets a cute, exotic pet. She adopts a sloth in an attempt to win the election for House President. When strange deaths begin to occur at Sigma Lambda Theta, Emily and her friends discover that new house mascot Alpha may actually be the killer.

October 18:

Living for the Dead Season 1 (Hulu Original) – From the creators of Queer Eye comes this new ghost-hunting series. Five fab, queer paranormal investigators travel across the country in an attempt to help the living by healing the dead. Join the group as they explore famously haunted places.

October 20:

Cobweb – When poor little Peter tells his parents he hears a constant tapping noise inside his bedroom wall, his parents tell him it’s only his imagination. But as the sound continues, and Peter becomes more and more afraid, he starts to wonder if Mom and Dad might be hiding a secret. Can he trust his own parents?

October 26:

*American Horror Stories

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