Happy Halloween from Arizona PBS

Want some spooky content for Halloween weekend? Here’s what’s on the PBS Video app.

Ichabod Crane, a rider on a white horse, flees through the mist from the Headless Horseman

Happy Halloween!  Check out all the spooky stuff – giant monsters, hauntings, werewolves and more – that you can stream on the PBS app:

Monster myths

At the top of the list is THE show dedicated to all things ghosts and goblins: Monstrum.  There, you can find explorations of everything from the Headless Horseman and the Grim Reaper to Baba Yaga, Slender Man, and an Australian vampire that sucks your blood with its toes.

Movies

Nightmare Theatre presents old horror films — with a humorous introduction that adds a slice of film history:

 

Still from The House on Haunted Hill showing a man next to an ornate bannister covered in cobwebs

Lakeshore Classic Movies bring you a variety of classic films from the golden age of Hollywood. Spooky offerings include:

Godzilla: King of Monsters (1956)
The House on Haunted Hill (1959)
The Wasp Woman (1959)
Destroy All Monsters (1968)
Night of the Living Dead (1968)

 

True Stories

From horror writers and the characters they create to mysterious history and the real lives of bats, find the right fit for your Halloween weekend. Some programs require Passport membership.

Family Viewing

PBS KIDS characters trick-or-treat dressed as a witch, a pirate and a ghost.

Are your little ghosts and ghouls ready for some tricks and treats? Enjoy a Halloween mini-marathon starting at 6 p.m. on Oct. 29, 30 and 31 on Arizona PBS KIDS featuring seasonal episodes of PBS KIDS favorites like “Arthur,” “Odd Squad,” “Ready Jet Go!,” “Cyberchase” and “Wordgirl.” You can also check the PBS KIDS Video app for these specials and more to watch on your time.

Check out these fun at-home activities, and see how your family can plan for Halloween with PBS KIDS with decorations you can make together, pumpkin carving templates and PBS KIDS-inspired costumes!

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