Shalayne Pulia

Horror has found its place on streaming services with the rise of Stranger Things, American Horror Story, and The Walking Dead. But Netflix and its streaming brethren, like Disney+, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and HBO Max, have plenty of spooky, seasonal favorites that deserve recognition, re-watches, and reintroduction whether they're actually scary or just channel the season's go-to cast of characters, like witches, ghosts, and monsters. Scroll through this list to see our top picks for the shows and movies you should be streaming this Halloween. 
Captain Kristin "Beo" Wolfe is the first female commander of the F-35A Lightning II Demonstration Team.
The award-winning investigative journalist investigates everything from the black market arms to cocaine trades.
The presumed replacement for Rep. John Lewis's congressional seat is ready to carry his torch: “He paved the way and showed me the way.”
The social-media director is energizing the next generation of voters.
 Now the model and Muay Thai fighter is inspiring others to do the same with her debut book. 
Sales from the jewelry line will benefit the former first lady's nonprofit, When We All Vote.
Her new line of affordable, inclusive underwear and boxers soak up a full day of period blood — and help rid the planet of period waste.
The team of Black collegiate creatives behind Unplug Collective have come together to build a platform for storytelling that is changing the game.
Emily Callahan, the organization's chief marketing and experience officer, is hell-bent on paving the way for doctors to develop innovative treatments that can help save kid's lives.
With these women at the helm, the future is undeniably female.
With her debut book, F*ck Like a Goddess, Roxo encourages women to take back control of their feminine power.
We traveled the country (virtually) to find heroic healthcare workers in every state.
World Champion Stephanie Gilmore led the charge for pay parity in surfing. Now she is inspiring other young girls to go for the gold.
These 19-year-olds are revolutionizing the way the world looks at coding.
"Demand that there is justice for her and protection for every other Breonna Taylor in our society," the Until Freedom founder says.
Badass Women celebrates women who show up, speak up, and get things done.
Colonel Leslie Curtis led hundreds of nurses into battle against the coronavirus at New York City's makeshift hospital in a convention center.
“This is really for the healthcare workers who are putting their lives at risk every day. They’re the ones at war right now — it’s not the military, it’s them."
Amanda McKenzie on why it’s not too late to protect the planet.
“My agenda is to really create a pipeline of talented women to take those jobs, leading kitchens around the country," says Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez of NYC's Hot Bread Kitchen.
Badass Women celebrates women who show up, speak up, and get things done.
Badass Women celebrates women who show up, speak up, and get things done.
Badass Women celebrates women who show up, speak up, and get things done.
Badass Woman spotlights women who not only have a voice but defy the irrelevant preconceptions of gender.