This is the most popular Halloween kids movie in your state

If you’re obsessed with all things Halloween, you’ve probably already changed out your seasonal decor and binge-watched all your favorite Halloween movies — and it’s not even October. But you’ll happily re-watch the closer we get to Halloween night, because spooky kids movies never get old!

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To celebrate the release of “Hocus Pocus 2” on September 30, USDish wanted to see which Halloween children’s movies are the most beloved in each state across the United States. After crunching the numbers, USDish found that 12 movies hold America’s heart this time of year — and the “Scooby-Doo” franchise is the most beloved overall. “Scooby-Doo” movies were the most searched for in 13 states, according to USDish’s results, including Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio, North Carolina, Mississippi and Alaska. But “Coraline” wasn’t far behind. It was the most searched Halloween children’s movie in 11 states, including California, Illinois, Washington and New York.

“Hocus Pocus” is the favorite in Massachusetts (probably because it’s set in Salem), and similarly, Oregonians are the only ones in the country loyal to “Halloweentown,” but that may be because it’s set in St. Helen’s.

North Dakota and Wyoming are not like other states – North Dakota is the only state to represent “Gremlins” as its favorite movie, while Wyoming is the only state to “Hotel Transylvania.”

And kids and heartland kids in New Mexico and Texas are in love with “Coco” this time of year, while “ET” rules in Hawaii, Maine and Florida.

Do you agree with your state’s favorite Halloween kids movie? See the full overview at USDish website to see if your favorite made the nationwide cut.

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