Disney+ Halloween Movies FINALLY Have a Release Date
If it were up to me, spooky Disney movies would be up all year long! Here's the lineup to look forward to in October.
Summer is cool and all, but I think it’s time we shift our attention to Halloween. I mean, I started decorating my house over a month ago! Some might say that’s a bit too early, but when it’s always Halloween in your heart, it’s never early enough. And what could possibly get me more excited for the oncoming spookfest than a slew of nostalgic Disney movies?
So get to ready grab your favorite Disney Halloween treats, your Disney blanket and your Disney-lovin’ friends, because the Disney+ Halloween movies for the 2021 Hallowstream have officially been released!
NEW Disney+ Halloween Movies We’re Watching This Year
Disney has released plenty of its Halloween recipes, but that’s not all that’s on the menu this year. Here are the brand-new movies that will have you on the edge of your seat!
- LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales is a Disney short film that pulls some of our favorite heroes from the Lego Star Wars universe, including Poe Dameron, Dean and BB-8, and throws them into a fight with an ancient evil. A must-watch for every Lego and Star Wars fan out there! The premiere is on October 1.
- Muppets Haunted Mansion is the first Halloween special the Muppets have ever done! Can you believe it? Our favorite Muppet pals like Kermit, Miss Piggy and the rest of the bunch play their parts in Disney’s creepiest attraction. Definitely my favorite new movie of the year! The original premiere is on October 8.
- Under Wraps is a remake of the original Disney Channel Movie classic from 1997. We know this one will be bringing a lot of nostalgia. The premiere is on October 8.
- Just Beyond is a new 8-episode comedy horror anthology series adapted from R.L. Stine novels of the same name. The original premiere starts on October 13.
And don’t worry—the classics will still be there for us! Hocus Pocus, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Haunted Mansion and Halloweentown are among the many we can’t wait to watch. Not only that, but you can expect some shorts (like Toy Story of Terror!) and Halloween-themed Disney show episodes, too. Happy Halloween, everyone!