What do you know about horror movies? A horror movie is an actual film with a frightening storyline and environment, isn’t it? The movie’s aim to elicit fear. Horror movies also may overlap with fantasy, supernatural stories, and thriller sorts. The films often propose to evoke viewer’s illusions, fears, revulsions and panic of the unknown. The Plot of a horror movie involves the invasion of an evil force. But the kind of horror movie is impossible to watch some viewers. They are actually not courageous. So the article is those viewers who cannot handle horror films. Here are the 20 PG Horror Movies For Those Who Can’t Handle Horror Films. Hope you will be enjoyed it very much.
Here Are The 20 Most PG Horror Movies
Beetlejuice is an American fantasy-comedy movie. The movie is commanded by Tim Burton and designed by The Geffen Company. The plot of the movie starts with Barbara and Adam Maitland who choose to spend their holiday decorating their pastoral Connecticut country home. Since the two are driving home from a journey to town, Barbara swerves to avoid a dog and the car drives into a river. After they return home, Adam decides to backtrack their steps as they cannot recall how they arrived home. The movie is not an actual horror movie. The movie is made for the weak-hearted people and the children.
2. Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein is another American horror comedy movie. The movie is directed by Charles Barton and starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. The picture is the first of numerous movies in which the comedy duo meets traditional characters from Universal’s horror movie stable. The plot of the movie starts: Lon Chaney Jr. makes an important telephone call from London to a Florida railroad station where Bud Abbott and Lou Costello work as equipment clerks. Talbot attempts to expose to Wilbur the threat of purchase due to arrive for ‘McDougal’s House Of Horrors‘ a historical wax museum. The packages contain the remains of Count Dracula. However, before Wilbur can get, a full moon rises and Talbot converts into a werewolf. He moves to destroy his hotel room while Wilbur is on the line.
3. Corpse Bride
Corpse Bride is best-known as Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride. It is a British-American stop-motion animated musical horror comedy movie. The movie is directed by Mike Johnson and Tim Burton. And the plot of the movie is set in a fictional village in Europe. The movie starts in an unnamed village in England. Victor Van Dort, the son of Nouveau riche fish merchants, and Victoria Everglot, the neglected daughter of Snobbish yet insolvent knights, are planning for their arranged marriage, which will concurrently raise the social class of Victor’s parents and reclaim the wealth of Victoria’s penniless family. Both have anxieties about marrying someone because they do not know each other. But for the first meeting, they fall for each other. If you want to next, you have to watch it.
4. Dracula Dead and Loving It
Mel Brooks, as usual, passes another wildly good satire with the one and only Leslie Nielsen as Count Dracula. The movie is performed, with great one-liners by both Dracula and Dr. Abraham Van Helsing, but the problem is that if someone hasn’t watched the original masterpiece by Francis Ford Coppola, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, he or she will most possible not realize the humor in some scenes.
5. Frankenstein Junior
Frankenstein Junior is one of the classic PG horror movies which starring the hilarious Gene Wilder. We are presented to Dr. Frankenstein’s grandson, who has been living for ages in the shadow of his grandfather’s legacy. Ultimately, he inherits his grandfather’s villa and full of courage he thinks that his time has definitely come.
6. From Time to Time
From Time to Time is a relatively unknown movie is about a young boy who goes to stay at his grandmother’s royal home during the Second World War and explores the house’s secret knowledge to move him back in time. The movie is a cheery ghost story that won’t frighten anyone but impressive with its excellent cinematography and lighthearted mood.
In the Disney TV movie, you will discover nothing but sweet characters, a good storyline, and some good acting by Debbie Reynolds and Kimberly J. Brown. You will possibly enjoy the movie as much as if you were still a child. And it will recall you that Halloween night doesn’t certainly have to mean extreme graphic violence and containers of blood.
8. Haunted Honeymoon
Gene Wilder acts Larry Abbot, a performer in the radio horror shows of Manhattan Mystery Theater who desires to get married and for this reason, he brings his fiancee to the mysterious castle in which he grew up so she can meet the rest of his unconventional family. Gilda Radner costars as Wilder’s fiancee and gives her typical great comedic achievement.
9. Hocus Pocus
Maybe the critics didn’t like the movie, which in certainty is a beautiful, fascinating tale of three Salem witches who are resurrected by a teenage boy. Bette Midler performs the leader of the witches, the hilarious and almost frightening Winifred, a young Sarah Jessica Parker is the fresh, sexy but dense Sarah and Kathy Najimy are the playful Mary. Neglect the critics and accept to us, It is an excellent movie for the family and but not only for Halloween but also all year long.
10. Hotel Transylvania
The movie is an attractive choice if you want to spend some quality time with your buddies or family members on Halloween night. Vampires, zombies, and werewolves may be considered as Spooky, terrifying creatures, but after you watch the touching animated movie you must feel compassion for all these poor monsters who seem to be more scared of humans than we are of them.
11. Jennifer’s Body
We are not sure if the movie is a perfect pick for every family member, but if you are a single man who isn’t strong enough to watch a true horror movie. Then the movie is made for you. It is one of the bad films which stars the sexy, sexy Megan Fox in the evilest role so far of her career.
12. Monster House
The animated movie will remind you of some of the 1980s masterpieces that you loved as a kid such as The Goonies. The animation is very good, the voice talent of Steve Buscemi, Jason Lee, and Nick Cannon is excellent, and the plot is simply wonderful. At times it can be a little too scary for the little ones, but Monster House is still fit for all ages and would make the excellent starter for a Halloween night.
ParaNorman is a surprisingly funny animated movie with great use of non-computer-graphic technology for the figures and for some really spooky, scary scenes the bravest watchers will enjoy. More importantly, and it may confuse you, but there are significant life lessons for all of us throughout the story.
14. Sleepy Hollow
The optical appearances in Sleepy Hollow are the first-rate, Tim Burton’s directing is of the highest quality, Johnny Depp’s performance as Ichabod Crane is exceptional, and the plot is massively encouraged by Washington Irving’s famous short story ‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow’. It is the best one for your Halloween Night.
15. The Ghost and Mr. Chicken
The theme started with a typesetter for a small-town newspaper is pursuing his dream of converting a big-time reporter by spending a night in an alleged haunted home and the rest is history. However, it is a simple movie that makes you cry from laughing too difficult in a comedy that at times becomes softly scary too.
16. The Good Witch
The Good Witch is about a beautiful and mysterious woman. She is the new girl in town and as her luck would have it she rents the local haunted mansion which makes everyone wonder. However, if you want to know she is really bad or good, you have to watch it.
17. The Great Ghost Rescue
The Great Ghost Rescue is a British fantasy horror family film. The film was directed by Yann Samuell. The film is based on Eva Ibbotson’s novel of the same name. The plot starts with a family of ghosts, who have died in different periods but in the same place, explore a new home for them to live in peace. However, the changing of time, as well as ghost hunters endanger their survival. And only a boy ghost can protect his family. The film is not actually an adult. It is only the kid under the age of eight.
18. The Haunted Mansion
Eddie Murphy and Jennifer Tilly attempt to obtain the film as enjoyable as possible with their best performances, though the directing and the plot are worse. However, if you’re prepared to ignore a way too childish plot and Eddie Murphy’s downfall. The family horror comedy is still worth watching on a Halloween night.
19. The Monster Squad
The Monster Squad is one of the imaginative children adventure movies. It has a really pleasant story. The monsters of the movie look great but aren’t frightful or too scary. We highly suggest it to all the PG horror movie lovers who can’t stand and watch violent movies, and as for those who have already seen it. Because it is a great opportunity to take back childhood memories so why not watch it again?
20. Van Helsing
Van Helsing is another less spooky horror movie. We will assume that if there weren’t any of the exciting visual effects and most importantly, the two talented actors, Hugh ‘Wolverine’ Jackman and the gorgeous Kate Beckinsale, in the main roles. The movie would be standard, to say the least. However, we really like it and can guarantee you that it makes a great two-hour viewing adventure for your Halloween night.