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Boo! We got you, right? No? Ok.

Well, now that we got that out the way, we all know that besides the costume parties and the trick-or-treaters, watching movies is one of the best things to do on Halloween. And it’s even better when you and your special someone can share a frightening moments together. But if you aren’t sure where to look, don’t sweat it. CASSIUS got you covered. It’s time to fire up Netflix.

STRANGER THINGS, SEASON 2 (2017)

I know. This is probably in your “Recently Watched” queue already. But it’s no secret that Stranger Things was one of the best shows on television last year, and if the trailers are any indication of what comes next, this season might end up better. Check out our Season 1 recap just to make sure you’re all caught up.

Little Monsters (1989)

Ok, not necessarily the scariest movie, but who doesn’t love this cult-classic from the 80s? Ben Savage was a movie legend in the 1980s and everyone thought at one point that there were monsters under their bed. Snuggle up with your boo and reminisce on this Halloween night.

The Saw Series (2004-2010)

Nothing scarier than a clown riding a mini-bike. But seriously, the Saw series has to be one of the most horrific movie franchises ever. With the latest installation of Jigsaw coming in theaters soon, what better time to catch up on all the ways someone can die at the hands of a madman?

Hostel (2005)

The reason we’d never suggest staying anywhere in Europe that isn’t a hotel, or at least an Air BnB. Be careful taking those recommendations for “wild fun,” kids. That visit might be your last.

VHS (2012)

Don’t just watch any old weird film. Get into our suggested Halloween flicks, instead. We promise, the screams might lead to cuddles.