OK, now that I made fun of the name, let's dissect the lineup for a minute.
Now, why did you underline "Monsters Inc.", PeterPanFan? Its about monsters, its about childhood fear and overcoming them. That's very "Halloween" to me...
"The Muppets Wizard of Oz" isn't that rooted to Halloween. But the original story was filled with wizardry, magic, witches and fantastic creatures. Halloween celebrates these supernatural elements, so it makes sense.
Now "Aladdin"...I think they chose this one because of all the magic elements involved. Not to mention that Jafar is an horrific villain that turns into a snake, then a genie. So in a way, it ties to the celebration of all things evil.
This leads us to the infamous line up of musical DCOMs. I agree that these don't belong at all in the lineup (unless you are those that believe that these teeny boppers are scary and evil
). But like someone mentioned earlier, October is the month that "High School Musical 3" debuts in theaters. These movies promote the hype of HSM pretty well, so I am thinking that they included them in the Halloween lineup in hopes of further fueling HSM 3 hype (though they should've made it a different event all together).
So the only real issue here is that "Hocus Pocus" and other "worthy" Halloween movies are not featured in the lineup. Its understandable, but nothing worth being angry about.