Hulu’s Huluween and Disney+’s Hallowstream Set 2023 Return

Disney+ and Hulu subscribers are in for a Halloween treat this fall thanks to the return of the fan-favorite Huluween and Hallowstream celebrations on the streaming platforms. Over the next several weeks, viewers looking for content to help get them in the Halloween spirit will have plenty of new titles to choose from, including Disney’s “Haunted Mansion,” “The Boogeyman,” “American Horror Stories,” “The Mill,” a color release of Marvel Studios’ “Werewolf by Night,” along with beloved classics like “Hocus Pocus,” “The Omen,” “The Craft,” and more.


Now in its sixth year, Huluween has become a go-to destination for Halloween content. This year, the Huluween library will be packed with new titles throughout the month, ranging from the new animated “Fright Krewe” series to frightful films “Appendage” and “The Mill” to real-life horror story “Monster Inside: America’s Most Extreme Haunted House.”

Disney+ Hallowstream

2023 marks the fourth annual Hallowstream; this year, it promises to be more chilling than ever. The Halloween Collection on Disney+ will offer highly-anticipated releases like the streaming debut of Disney’s “Haunted Mansion,” on October 4 and a color release of Marvel Studios’ “Werewolf by Night” on October 20, as well as perennial Halloween classics, including the 30th-anniversary celebrations of “Hocus Pocus” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas, and the 25th-anniversary celebration of “Halloweentown.” Disney+ subscribers can also stream last year’s breakout hit Original movie “Hocus Pocus 2,” the complete “The Simpsons” Treehouse of Horror Collection, and more.

To celebrate the announced return of these programming events, the streaming platforms have debuted trailers for “Goosebumps,” which will premiere on Disney+ and Hulu on Friday, October 13, and the Huluween Original film, “Appendage,” which will stream on Hulu starting on Monday, October 2.

Check out a list of other titles coming to the platforms throughout the Halloween season below:

Marvel Studios’ “Werewolf By Night” – September 15, Hulu

In anticipation of the “In Color” debut on Disney+, the Original “Werewolf by Night” film will premiere on Hulu. On a dark and somber night, a secret cabal of monster hunters emerge from the shadows and gather at the foreboding Bloodstone Temple following the death of their leader. In a strange and macabre memorial to the leader’s life, the attendees are thrust into a mysterious and deadly competition for a powerful relic—a hunt that will ultimately bring them face to face with a dangerous monster.

FX’s “American Horror Story: Delicate,” Part One – September 21, Hulu

In American Horror Story: Delicate, after multiple failed attempts of IVF, actress Anna Victoria Alcott wants nothing more than to start a family. As the buzz around her recent film grows, she fears that something may be targeting her – and her pursuit of motherhood. The series features an all-star cast including Emma Roberts, Kim Kardashian, Cara Delevingne, Matt Czuchry, Billie Lourd, Denis O’Hare, Leslie Grossman, and Michaela Jaé Rodriguez.

American Horror Story: Delicate is the 12th installment of the award-winning anthology series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. The Emmy® and Golden Globe® winning franchise, the progenitor of the modern-day limited series format and the longest-running hour-long series in FX’s history, has aired 11 installments and been renewed through a 13th installment. Part one of the 12th installment will feature the first episode at premiere and a new episode in each of the following four weeks, beginning Wednesday, September 20 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FX, and streaming the next day on Hulu.

“No One Will Save You” – September 22, Hulu

Brynn (Kaitlyn Dever) is a creative and talented young woman who’s been alienated from her community. Lonely but ever hopeful, Brynn finds solace within the walls of the home where she grew up—until she’s awakened one night by strange noises from decidedly unearthly intruders. What follows is an action-packed face-off between Brynn and a host of extraterrestrial beings who threaten her future while forcing her to deal with her past.

“Ash vs Evil Dead” Complete Seasons 1-3 – October 1, Hulu

“Ash vs Evil Dead” follows Ash, the stock boy, aging lothario, and chainsaw-handed monster hunter who has spent the last 30 years avoiding responsibility, maturity, and the terrors of the Evil Dead. When a Deadite plague threatens to destroy all of humankind, Ash is finally forced to face his demons –personal and literal. Destiny, it turns out, has no plans to release the unlikely hero from its “Evil” grip.

“Crazy Fun Park (Limited Series) – October 1, Hulu

“Crazy Fun Park” tells the story of two best friends, Chester and Mapplethorpe, so close that even death can’t keep them apart. After Mapplethorpe is killed at an abandoned theme park, Chester discovers that his friend’s soul has stuck around, along with the ghosts of other teenagers who have died at the fun park since 1979.

“Leprechaun” 30th Anniversary Film Collection – October 1, Hulu

This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the debut of the cult-classic film “Leprechaun.” To celebrate the holiday horror milestone, Hulu is lucky enough to be streaming all eight of the renowned feature films, including “Leprechaun,” “Leprechaun 2,” “Leprechaun 3,” “Leprechaun 4: In Space,” “Leprechaun in the Hood,” “Leprechaun: Back 2 the Hood,” “Leprechaun: Origins,” and “Leprechaun Returns.”

Stephen King’s “Rose Red” Complete Miniseries – October 1, Hulu

Professor Joyce Reardon (Nancy Travis) and her boyfriend, Steve Rimbauer (Matt Keeslar), lead a group of psychics in an attempt to prove the existence of paranormal phenomena in a house owned by Rimbauer’s family, known as Rose Red before it is to be sold to developers. Annie Wheaton (Kimberly Brown), an autistic teen who has telekinetic abilities, is accompanied by her sister, Rachel (Melanie Lynskey), and the group is rounded out by Emery Waterman (Matt Ross), Nick Hardaway (Julian Sands), Victor Kandinsky (Kevin Tighe), Pam Asbury (Emily Deschanel), and Cathy Kramer (Judith Ivey). Hoping to explain some of the mysterious deaths and disappearances on the property, the psychics stay in the mansion but unleash a terrifying force that threatens to destroy them all.

“Fright Krewe” Season 1 – October 2, Hulu

An ancient prophecy and a Voodoo Queen put misfit teens in charge of saving New Orleans from its biggest demonic threat in almost two centuries. But, honestly? Saving the world might be easier than becoming friends.

“Mickey and Friends Trick or Treats” – October 2, Disney+ and Hulu

In this new Halloween stop-motion special, Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, and Daisy are trick-or-treating when Donald spies the spookiest mansion he’s ever seen and assumes it has the best treats. After he convinces his friends to risk a visit, the owner, Witch Hazel, casts a spell that turns them into their costumes. The special features new original music from Emmy Award-nominated songwriter Beau Black (“The Lion Guard”). The special premieres Sunday, October 1, on Disney Junior, Disney Channel, and Disney XD at 7:00 p.m. EDT/PDT

“The Boogeyman” (2023) – October 5, Hulu

From the mind of best-selling author Stephen King comes “The Boogeyman.” High school student Sadie Harper and her younger sister Sawyer are reeling from their mother’s recent death and aren’t getting much support from their father, Will, a therapist who is dealing with his own pain. When a desperate patient unexpectedly shows up at their home seeking help, he leaves behind a terrifying supernatural entity that preys on families and feeds on the suffering of its victims.

“Undead Unluck” Season 1 – October 6, Hulu

What happens when an unlucky girl meets an undead guy? Pure chaos! Tired of inadvertently killing people with her unique ability Unluck, Fuko Izumo sets out to end it all. But when she meets Andy, a man who longs for death but can’t die, she finds a reason to live—and he finds someone capable of giving him the death he’s been longing for.

“The Mill” – October 9, Hulu

A successful businessman (Lil Rel Howery) wakes up beside an ancient grist mill situated in the center of an open-air prison cell with no idea how he got there. Forced to work as a beast of burden to stay alive, he must find a way to escape before the birth of his child.

“Monster Inside: America’s Most Extreme Haunted House” – October 12, Hulu

What would it be like to be trapped in a real-life horror movie? “Monster Inside: America’s Most Extreme Haunted House” (produced by Lion Television US, executive produced by Allison Corn, Stan Hsue, and Andrew Renzi, who also directed) follows the story of Russ McKamey, the Navy Veteran turned master of horror, who lures horror enthusiasts into his web. They find themselves pulled into the no-holds-barred world of McKamey Manor – a haunt that doesn’t end until Russ says so. By cultivating an online persona and a cult-like following, Russ was allowed to display his basest instincts and rewarded with online fame and notoriety. Driven by his personal fixations, he turned his backyard haunt into a bona fide torture chamber: videotaping “contestants,” particularly vulnerable young women, as he sees how far he can push them – both inside and outside of the haunt. Merging documentary storytelling with the visual and cinematic language of a horror film, “Monster Inside” follows three participants as they dive deep into Russ’s world and then find the will to fight back.

“Slotherhouse” – October 15, Hulu

After meeting an exotic pet distributor, Emily Young, a technology-obsessed sorority senior trapped in the world of popularity, discovers the influence she can gain from having a cute pet. Emily’s deep desire to become sorority house President leads to her adopting a poached pet sloth in order to use it to help her get elected new House President. But when bodies slowly begin to pile up in the Sigma Lambda Theta house, Emily and her sorority sisters are slow to realize the deaths are being caused by their new house mascot, Alpha. It isn’t until the girls lock themselves into the house to celebrate the presidential election night that the truth is discovered about their sluggish pet – that this lackluster furball is actually nature’s perfect predator… fueled by revenge, protected by adorableness, and armed with three razor-like claws. Will Emily and her sisters escape the house with their lives? Or is this death-sloth too quick for them?

“Living for the Dead” Season 1 – October 18, Hulu

From the creators of “Queer Eye,” five fabulous, queer ghost hunters crisscross the country, helping the living by healing the dead. As they explore some of the world’s most infamous haunted locations, they’ll shed light on those not seen and illuminate untold stories. Together, they’ll push past boundaries to bring acceptance to the misunderstood – living and dead.  

“Cobweb” – October 20, Hulu

A mysterious, constant tap from inside his bedroom wall plagues eight-year-old Peter – a tapping that his parents insist is all in his imagination. As Peter’s fear intensifies, he believes that his parents (Lizzy Caplan and Antony Starr) could be hiding a terrible, dangerous secret and questions their trust. And for a child, what could be more frightening than that?

FX’s “American Horror Stories” Four-Episode Huluween Event – October 26, Hulu

“American Horror Stories,” a spin-off of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s award-winning anthology series “American Horror Story,” is an anthology series featuring a different horror story each episode.

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