13 Nights of Halloween: Halloween DCOM’S

So I talked about my favorite Halloween Disney Movies, but now it’s an entirely different ballpark because it’s all about the Halloween Disney Channel Original Movies!


1. Halloweentown

This 1998 DCOM classic is and will ALWAYS be my top DCOM to watch. The film is about a girl finding out she is a witch and saves her town of creatures. It also stars the ever so amazing Debbie Reynolds.


2. Mom’s Got A Date With A Vampire

This 2000 DCOM is about these siblings who have gotten their hands on a headless horseman concert,  unfortunately, both are grounded and will do anything to go even setting their mom up on a date with a mysterious man who may be a vampire!



3. Under Wraps

This DCOM came out today, Oct. 25, 1997, three twelve-year-olds encounter a 3,000-year-old mummy who they accidentally set free. If they don’t get him back to his resting place at midnight on Halloween he will turn into dust, losing his only opportunity to reunite with his lost love.


4. Don’t Look Under The Bed

October 9, 1999, film is about a teen who seeks help from an imaginary friend to stop the Boogyman from getting her in trouble from all the pranks he is pulling and framing her.


5. Now You See It

Starring Alyson Michalka (Phil of the Future) the film is a young producer in search for the county’s best young magician. This DCOM made its debut Jan. 14, 2005

There is so much more Halloween DCOM’S that I love to watch every Halloween but these are the ones that are a must watch at least twice every day! What is your top 5 DCOM Halloween list? Let me know in the comments below!


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