Delta Air Lines is adding 13 spooky shows and movies for Halloween

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Traveling during spooky season? Delta is adding 13 shows and movies for Halloween, according to Travel + Leisure.

Passengers can get a thrill at 30,000 feet in the air thanks to the airline’s “Spotlight Spooky Collection,” which includes a mix of new releases and classics, including “Ghostbusters” and “Beetlejuice”. The collection will be available through the airline’s Delta Studio entertainment system.

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“We want customers to have something to look forward [to] each time they step onboard, and that starts with giving them the very best entertainment at their fingertips with Delta Studio,” Ekrem Dimbiloglu, managing director of in-flight entertainment at Delta, told the travel magazine.

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“Our team hand-picks the perfect selection of new and seasonal entertainment, whether it be hit movies and premium TV shows or Halloween-themed content that gives you chills, to make sure a great experience awaits.”

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Here are the 13 spooky (and sort of spooky) movies and shows Delta has added:

“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It”

“Ghostbusters”

“Shutter Island”

“Silence of the Lambs”

Lovecraft Country

“Beetlejuice”

“Carrie”

“Halloweentown”

“The Sixth Sense”

American Horror Story

“Psycho”

“The Exorcist”

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