Which children should watch in horror movies?
I thought the question of which children should see horror movies might be a good one, but there are other questions to consider before we dive into it.
Are children too young to watch these films?
Or are they too old to have a good time?
Does it matter that they are young or old?
Or that they don’t know what horror is?
Or what horror means?
Let’s take a look.
What are kids supposed to watch?
I’m not sure if there is a single definition of a kid or an adult, but the term “child” has been used to describe the group of people between the ages of 6 and 18.
The term refers to the children who are watching, but also to the people who are enjoying, or who are interested in, the material.
And what’s a good movie?
Well, not all horror is the same.
Some horror is scary, some is not.
And some horror is very sad and other is not at all.
To help you decide, I’ve listed below 10 horror films that are appropriate for young and old alike.
And yes, we’re talking about children!
You don’t need to be a parent to watch this list of great horror movies.
I’ve included a list of all of the popular movies that are rated PG-13 for mature audiences and have at least one child.
If you don’t see something that’s appropriate for your child, please let us know so we can make it so.