Years past the hardest part of trick or treating was dealing with incliment weather. It didn’t matter if the kids had to wear coats, gloves, scarves and hats over their costumes. They’d waddle out through snow, sleet or rain to get their candy. As with many other activities, Covid-19 has forced us to change plans this year. We’ll be staying in, earting popcorn and playing Halloween movie bingo while watching some favorite family films.
If you want to incorporate the game into your own Halloween festivities you can download the PDF below. The PDF has five premade sheets plus a blank template to make your own. The list of words I used to generate the sheets is also included.
How to Play Halloween Movie Bingo
- Print out a bingo sheet for everyone who is playing.
- Put on your favorite Halloween movie. Need suggestions? Check out the list below.
- Watch the movie and when something from your sheet comes on screen, mark it.
- Fill a row or column or diagonal to get a bingo.
- When you have a bingo, shout it out. Celebrate and start over if you want.
If you don’t have a favorite Halloween movie, or are just looking for suggestions, you can’t go wrong with any on the list below.
- Hocus Pocus
- The Witches
- Mary and the Witch’s Flower
- Hotel Transylvania
- The Nightmare Before Christmas
- Monster House
- Corpse Bride
- Wallace & Grommet: Curse of the Were-Rabbit
- Haunted Mansion
- Kiki’s Delivery Service
- Song of the Sea
- Addams Family
- Mickey Mouse’s House of Villains
- Littlest Vampire
- My Babysitter is a Vampire
- The Haunted Multiplex
- Saturday the 14th
- The House with a Clock in its Wall
- Have a candy “pot” that goes to the winner of each round of bingo.
- OR mark your squares with a piece of fun size candy. You only get to eat your candy when someone gets a bingo.
- For the adults after the kids go to bed, turn the bingo into a drinking game, taking a shot when a square is filled.