Scary Movies 101: A Guide to Watching with Your Kids

From mild (Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie) to more wild (The Lost Boys), here's a primer on the spook factor of classic films to see with your toddlers or teens (11 Photos)

Thelma Adams on Oct 23, 2011 at 12:20PM

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Scary Movies 101: A Guide to Watching with Your Kids

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Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (2005, G)

Age Group: 3 to 7
Spook Factor: Winnie the Pooh's insatiable sweet tooth causes a candy shortage. The horror! And irrepressible Tigger tells Lumpy the Heffalump and Roo a scary story about a "Gobloon" who can turn you into a Jaggedy Lantern if he catches you. The pair discovers that if they stick together, they can triumph over their fears. It's a good lesson that even getting a little scared can be fun -- when it's shared (and the lights are on!).

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