Paramount+ Celebrating Halloween Season With Hundreds of Titles

Paramount+ Celebrating Halloween Season With Hundreds of Titles

The Paramount+ Peak Screaming collection has returned to the service for the Halloween season.

The updated collection features more than 400 horror movies, series and episodes, including the debut of the festival award-winning South Korean dystopian thriller “Bargain”; the premiere of Pet Sematary: Bloodlines, based on the never-before-told chapter from the Stephen King novel Pet Sematary; and the bow of Monster High 2, the sequel to the musical film inspired by the children’s toy line.

The collection includes more than 25 curated carousels. New and returning subgenres include “Flash Frights: 90 Minutes or Less,” “True & Terrifying,” “ExtraTerrorestrial,” “Based on BOOks” and others, such as:

  • “Big Screen’s Big Screams,” featuring such films as Scream VI, Smile, Paranormal Activity, Mother! and Orphan: First Kill
  • “Slash Hits,” with slashers such as Pearl*, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers*, X* and Scream (1995) 
  • “Horror Heroines,” with titles featuring scream queens, such as A Quiet Place, A Quiet Place Part II, “Yellowjackets”* and 10 Cloverfield Lane
  • “Supernatural Scares,” featuring such titles as The Ring (2002), The Grudge (2004), The Blair Witch Project and Pet Sematary (2019)
  • “Family Fright Night,” with family and kids titles, such as The Addams Family (1991 and 2019), Monster High: The Movie, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events and A Really Haunted Loud House
  • “Coming of Rage,” with high-school horror titles such as Teen Wolf: The Movie, “Wolf Pack,” “School Spirits,” Teeth*, Firestarter and “My Dead Ex”  
  • “Critically Acclaimed,” with titles such as Arrival, District 9, Rosemary’s Baby*, Annihilation and Suspiria (1977)*
  • “Creature Features,” featuring titles such as King Kong (1976), Cloverfield*, Crawl and Congo*
  • “A24 Horror,” with thrillers such as Midsommar*, Bodies Bodies Bodies*, The Killing of a Sacred Deer* and Men*
  • “Costume Goals,” with cosplay contenders, such as Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, Top Gun: Maverick, Sonic 2, “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds,” Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem and Babylon
  • “Halloween Nickstalgia,” with nostalgic episodes from Nickelodeon titles, including “SpongeBob SquarePants,” “Hey Arnold!,” “Rugrats” (1991), “iCarly” (2007) and “Aaahh!!! Real Monsters”
  • “Suspenseful Series,” with seasons of “Evil,” “Criminal Minds,” “The Twilight Zone,” “Dexter”* and “Twin Peaks: The Return”*
  • “International Horror,” with content from around the globe with Train to Busan*, The Host*, Death’s Roulette and Curandero

Paramount+ also will be the streaming home to CBS’ seasonal content, including the first-ever “Big Brother” primetime Halloween episode on Oct. 31; a wrestling-themed Halloween episode on “The Price Is Right” on Oct. 31; and a spooky celebration on “Let’s Make a Deal”on Oct. 31.  (All Paramount+ with Showtime subscribers can live stream CBS titles via the live feed on Paramount+. Those titles will be available on demand to all subscribers the day after they air live.)

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This season, the Peak Screaming offering will come to life with the first-ever Paramount+ Peak Screaming-themed celebration at the Javits Center Oct. 14 from 8 p.m. – 11 p.m., exclusively to New York Comic Con badge holders.

In addition, Paramount+ will present The Haunted Lodge, an immersive, pop-up Halloween experience, featuring some of films and series from Paramount+. Visitors can step inside their favorite shows and movies, from “SpongeBob SquarePants” to “Yellowjackes” to  Pet Sematary: Bloodlines at The Haunted Lodge inside the Westfield Century City mall Oct. 27-29 in Lost Angeles.

* Title is available to Paramount+ with Showtime plan subscribers.

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