Halloween is just around the corner and as kids prepare to put the finishing touches on their costumes, and map out their trick-or-treating options, some of us older kids are making plans of our own.

Halloween is a big deal for parties, get-togethers, and all things spooky. In fact, for many Montanans, it's their favorite holiday of the year. Over the last decade or so, getting ready for Halloween has become a pretty big deal and has included decorating the house, putting up lights, and going all out.

One of the big attractions around this time of year is scary movies. There are the classics that people love including notorious villains like Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, and Jason Vorhees, plus a ton of others.

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However, when it comes to Montanan's favorite horror movies, which movies make the Top 10? According to the folks over at Casinos, Montanans enjoy a mix between old school and a bit more modern when it comes to scary movies.

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Credit: Canva

Personally, I'm a big scaredy cat when it comes to horror movies, and out of the Top 10 favorites for Montana, I've only seen 3. However, for those of you who enjoy being frightened, here's a look at the most popular in the state.

  1. The Boogeyman
  2. A Nightmare on Elm Street
  3. Halloween Ends
  4. A Quiet Place
  5. The Shining
  6. Saw X
  7. IT
  8. Scream
  9. The Exorcist
  10. Jaws
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Credit: Canva

Do you agree with the list? If you're a horror movie fan, how many of those have you seen? Which movie or movies didn't make the list that should have? We want to hear from you, so go ahead and send us a message on our radio station app.

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