Disney+ isn't the only streaming service getting in on the spooks this Halloween season. The Walt Disney Company's other popular streaming platform, Hulu, also has it's own Halloween-themed celebration, cleverly called Huluween.
Although Fall doesn't officially kick off until September 23, Hulu's Huluween extravaganza actually started on September 15 with the debut of Marvel Studios' Werewolf by Night. Released on Disney+ last year, this television special follows a group of monster hunters as they compete for a powerful relic.
Marvel Studios' Werewolf by Night will be available to stream on Netflix until October 31. Meanwhile, Disney+ is getting a full colorized version of the special next month.
Also premiering on Hulu next month is Goosebumps, a brand-new series based on the popular horror novels from R.L. Stine. The series stars Justin Long in a chilling story that follows five high schools as they embark on a twisted journey to investigate the tragic passing of a teen named Harold Biddle from decades earlier. Goosebumps will also be coming to Disney+
If you're looking for something eerie right now, No One Will Save You is now available. Kaitlyn Dever stars as Brynn, a creative and talented woman, alienated from her community, who finds solace within the home where she grew up. That is... until she's awakened one night by unearthly intruders.
October is when the frights are really unleashed with things like Stephen King's Rose Red miniseries (October 1), Season 1 of Fright Krewe (October 2), Appendage (October 2), The Boogeyman (October 5), and The Mill (October 9).
For fans of Queer Eye, there's Living for the Dead Season 1, which arrives on October 18. This series follows "five fabulous, queer ghost hunters" as they explore some of the world's most infamous haunted locations.
Closing out the month is FX's American Horror Stories Four-Episode Huluween Event. Debuting on October 27, this anthology series features a different horror story each episode.