Looking for a spooky movie, ebook or audiobook for Halloween?
We’ve got you covered. You don’t even need to visit one of our branches to browse the hundreds of Halloween selections available from our digital selections.
For example, Hoopla has video, music and books that you can check out right now, including:
- Dozens of scary stories from authors like Stephen King and Edgar Allan Poe that you can stream anywhere (as well as some slightly less scary stories if you’re looking for something for kids)
- Twenty classic Goosebumps audiobooks from R.L. Stine
- Halloween videos for kids and terrifying films that are very much not for children
- And even music for your Halloween party.
Here are a few of our favorites. (And, remember, you can check out up to 10 albums, videos, ebooks or audiobooks from Hoopla each month.)
- Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead: It’s a movie about a play based on another play (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead) which is based on another play (Hamlet.) Also, there are vampires.
- The Wiggles: Wiggly Halloween: Need a kid-friendly Halloween video? You can trust the Wiggles.
- Stonehearst Asylum: Based on an Edgar Allan Poe short story, this movie tells the tale of an asylum where it’s impossible to tell the patients from the staff. Starring Kate Beckinsale, Michael Caine and Ben Kingsley.
- A Very Brave Witch: A short, kid-friendly story about a witch who wants to see what Halloween’s all about. Based on the Alison McGhee picture book.
- The Crazies: A reinvention of the George Romero classic. A vat of chemicals in the drinking water transforms an idyllic, rural town into a murderous free-for-all.
- Alligator X: It’s a horror story starring an enormous, prehistoric monster billed as “the T-Rex of the ocean.” What more do you need?
- Room on the Broom: From the creators of The Gruffalo. A gang of animals cooperate to save a friendly witch from a scary (but not too scary) dragon after she shows them kindness.
- Bride of Frankenstein: The Boris Karloff classic, one of the most popular horror films of all time.
- The Sisterhood of the Night: A modern horror story about three girls who slip off the social-media grid and create a mysterious sisterhood that’s invitation-only and protected by a vow of silence.
- Mind of a Rampage Killer: Scary for a completely different reason than anything else on this list. The PBS special discusses the combination of circumstances that compel someone to commit the most inhumane of crimes.
Check out Hoopla and the rest of our digital services for more free movies, music, ebooks, eaudiobooks and more.