1 Magnificent Movie

1 day to go until Holiday Club!

Make this October Half Term extra special, watch the best family Halloween movie as voted by our social media fans. Before we reveal the best Halloween movie, let's see what our runner ups where....


No 3. Hotel Transylvania

The 3rd runner up in our vote for the best family Halloween movie was Hotel Transylvania! A fang-tastic comedy about a human stumbling in to the world of monsters and finds himself falling in love with Dracula's daughter.

No 2. The Nightmare Before Christmas








The 2nd runner up in our vote for the best family Halloween movie was The Nightmare Before Christmas! This movie is extra special because it can be enjoyed at both Halloween and Christmas. Join Jack Skelington as he discovered the world of Christmas and tries to take it for himself.

No 1. Hocus Pocus












And our big winner... Hocus Pocus! That's right our top family Halloween movie as voted for by our social media following is the classic Hocus Pocus. The comedy about Three witches resurrected after 300 years to exact revenge and begin a reign of terror after Max, a young boy who moves to Salem with his family, lights a cursed Candle of Black Flame.

We hope you enjoy these movies with your family this Halloween!

Don't forget, your child can still have some Halloween fun at our Holiday Club this half term, book now: https://rainbowfactorykids.com/halloween-special

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