October is here, and with that comes a month’s worth of scary programming as Hulu launches its annual celebration, Huluween.

Throughout the month, the streamer is offering a personalized hub of spooky content, including 800 Halloween titles and more than 5,000 episodes of original and popular TV series.

That includes original series like Castle Rock, Light as a Feather, and Into the Dark—all of which are returning this month.

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Hulu is also premiering new original films Little Monsters and Wounds as part of the programming slate.

Starring Lupita Nyong’o, Josh Gad and Alexander England, Little Monsters chronicles a school field trip that ends in a zombie outbreak. It launches Friday, Oct. 11 on Hulu.

Meanwhile, Wounds follows a New Orleans bartender whose life begins to unravel after a series of events that occur after picking up an abandoned phone at a bar. Armie Hammer, Dakota Johnson and Zazie Beets star in the film, premiering Oct. 18.

Hulu is also bringing back Huluween Film Fest, its annual showcase that allows seven up-and-coming filmmakers to showcase their horror-themed short films. The filmmaker with the highest level of engagement on Hulu and Hulu’s YouTube channel will win $50,000 towards production of their feature-length film.

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Huluween’s audience grows every year, making it a prime time for marketers to advertise on the streaming platform, Hulu said in a statement. This year, viewers will see multiple brands—namely Papa John’s and CarMax—who are embracing Hulu’s “spooktacular” audience through branded integrated spots and custom creative.

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