Chilly nights are good for a fright. Forgot to check out a DVD? That’s OK! You can stream movies immediately with your library card* without leaving the comfort of your home. *Only available for Douglas County residents.
Eloise takes on the ghost of The Plaza’s most legendary and outrageous inhabitant of old, Diamond Jim Johnson, in this adorable Halloween adventure. It’s a must watch for any lover of the Eloise series.
This classic tale from the Click, Clack creators is a delightful story that is just on the right side of creepy without being too scary for your littlest one. This movie has read-along subtitles that match the picture book.
Love dogs? Then your family will adore this spooky family-friendly movie about how the dog saves the family after getting stuck in a creepy neighbor’s home.
For more family-friendly frights, see this list.
They don’t make scares like this anymore. This is the movie that made us fearful about what could be lurking under the water’s surface.
This sci-fi movie is a must watch for some great B-grade movie paranoia and terror. The writing is top-notch as the movie is inspired by a Ray Bradbury short story.
This forgotten gem relies more on suspense than visual thrills. It may be cheesy at times, but it will give you a good scare.
The original cast returns for a frightful reunion, with all the stabbing and screaming of the first three movies. It is sure to delight fans of the franchise … some say it is the best after the first.
Described as Shaun of the Dead meets Texas Chainsaw Massacre, this satirical comedy is for those who like laughs with their gore.
This art house horror movie is a mashup of horror, spaghetti Western and Iranian New Wave. It is a refreshing take on the traditional vampire tale.
For a full list of horror movies available, go here.