If you’re in the mood for a spooky-streaming session, IMDb TV is putting together a haunted library of binge-able material. The new streaming service is offering a long list of movies that will get you into the Halloween spirit, and they are all free to watch.

The content unlocks on October 1st, which will give you thirty-days to stream through a collection of movies that dates back to the 1956 classic “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.” The platform is also releasing non-horror hits, like “A Knight’s Tale,” “A Cinderella Story,” “Snatch,” and “The Golden Compass.”

In the horror-section, look for “Boogeyman,” the original 1972 release of “Child’s Play,” “Exorcist: The Beginning,” “Flatliners,” “John Carpenter’s Vampires,” the 1994 release of “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein,” the “Rod Sterling’s Night Gallery” collection, the 2014 release of “Rosemary’s Baby,” “Silent Hill,” “Urban Legend” and “Urban Legends: The Final Cut,” “Vampire Academy,” “Wolf,” and “Zodiac.”

There’s some lighthearted fare as well that touches on the festive season. You’ll find “Bewitched,” “Clue,” and “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” available to stream on the same day. You can also celebrate Charlie Brown’s birthday on October 30th with “Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown,” and “Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown.

If you haven’t given IMDb TV a try yet, it’s a free streaming video channel with thousands of movies and TV shows available at any time. The platform adds new titles every month, ranging from comedy, kids & family, romance, thrillers, science fiction, documentaries, horror and more. The service is ad-supported, but IMDb TV states that the platform has half the ads of network TV. In the U.S., you can stream IMDb TV on the IMDb website and as a free Channel within the Prime Video and IMDb apps across hundreds of devices. To use IMDb TV on Fire TV, customers can find the icon in the “Your Apps & Channels” row, making it easy to find free movies and TV shows. Using the Alexa Voice Remote or paired Echo device, simply say “Alexa, go to IMDb TV.”

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