Get ready for spooky season with Peacock.
The streamer will become the perfect Halloween Horror destination on Oct. 1 with dozens of well-curated collections and a vast list of films to browse.
All eight Harry Potter movies and all five Twilight films will be on Peacock through the month, joined by horror fan-favorite franchises, including Friday The 13th, Chucky, Saw, Gremlins, Predator, Phantasm, Nightmare on Elm Street and cult classics from The Elvira Movie Macabre library.
Universal Pictures, Miramax and Blumhouse’s Halloween Ends will premiere on Peacock day-and-date with theatres on Oct. 14.
New horror films, including Separation and Blumhouse’s psychological horror film You Should Have Left, and classic monster movies like Dracula, Frankenstein and The Invisible Man will also be available to watch.
Family-friendly titles are also available, including Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, the Monster High film series and Lil’ Monsters.
Series thrillers The Fall and The Purge, horror miniseries Firestarter: Rekindled and unscripted hits like Cold Case Files and First 48, along with Halloween-themed episodes of favorite series, can be watched.