Stream Halloween Fun

We don’t know if they will be trick-or-treating this year but we can tell you one thing there’s a lot of Halloween content to watch on Sling TV. The streaming service has tons of content from multiple providers both on demand and linear programming.

SLING TV’s Exclusive 31 Days of Halloween with Shudder ($6/mo.): Horror fans can pick the perfect movie option by browsing the “31 Days of Halloween” ribbon on the My TV page. They can choose haunting movies like “La Llorona,” “Mandy,” or “The House of the Devil” from the premium channel Shudder. The ribbon lasts all month, so fans can sign up anytime to stream all the scary movies they can handle.

SLING TV’s Exclusive Spooktacular Episodes for the Kids: For spooky titles that are just right for the kids, SLING TV has the perfect curated ribbon with tons of content just for them. Families can enjoy Halloween-themed programming from Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, and even Food Network’s “Kids Baking Championship: Trick or Treats” from October 14 through November 1. Subscribers can find the ribbon on the My TV page and start streaming!

Freeform’s 31 Nights of Halloween (SLING Orange): Freeform is the best family-friendly option for movies and feel-good classics. Through Halloween, Freeform has movies playing 24/7, all available to record and some available on-demand. Check out the official schedule here.

SYFY’s Spooktacular Movie Marathons (SLING Blue): The world television premiere of Spike Lee’s “Tales from the Hood 3” will air on SYFY at 9 p.m. ET on Saturday, Oct. 17. SYFY also has weekly themed movie marathons featuring everything from Harry Potter to all the zombie cult-classics. Check out the fill list here.

Travel Channel’s Ghostober (SLING Orange or SLING Blue): Taking a decidedly paranormal approach to All Hallows Eve, the Travel Channel has new “shock docs” all month. The documentaries include “Ghost Adventures: Horror at Joe Exotic Zoo” and “Amityville Horror House,” among others. Learn more about the ghoulish specials here.

Turner Classic Movies’ Fright Favorites (SLING Orange or SLING Blue + Hollywood Extra, $5/mo.): For the true cinephile, Turner Classic Movies has all the vintage horror flicks to scare the bravest of souls. Every Friday in October, TCM features three to four movies with a similar theme. Here is the full month’s schedule, including this Friday’s Horror Anthologies movies, which include “Dead of Night,” “Black Sabbath,” and “Twice-Told Tales.”