Tori Spelling and Kids Dress Up as Scary Icons for Halloween: 'We Kinda Like Horror Movies'

Spelling celebrated the spookiest day of the year with her older kids

<p>Tori Spelling/ Instagram</p> Tori Spelling and kids on Halloween

Tori Spelling/ Instagram

Tori Spelling and kids on Halloween

Tori Spelling enjoyed a spooky Halloween theme with some of her older kids.

The proud mom of five, 50, posed in a Freddy Krueger costume on Instagram, revealing horror film icons was the theme for her and her older kids this year.

In another shot she shared, daughter Stella, 15, posed as Stephen King's Carrie. Son Finn, 11, opted to dress as Ghostface from the Scream films.

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Last month, the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum visited Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights surrounded by four of her kids and a few creepy creatures.

Spelling posed next to Finn, who stood next to older brother Liam, 16. In the front, daughter Hattie, 12, smiled as she stood in front of Stella. Spelling also posed for a solo shot, sticking her hand on her hip as a group of monsters snuck in from the sides.

Spelling shares her five kids — Beau, 6, Finn, Hattie, Stella and Liam — with estranged husband Dean McDermott.

The couple's split was announced in June after 18 years together. In a since-deleted post, McDermott revealed that the pair “have decided to go our separate ways.”

Earlier this summer, a source told PEOPLE that Spelling's mom, Candy Spelling, has been instrumental in helping her navigate this difficult time.

"She has given Tori assurances that her and her kids would absolutely be taken care of and there should be no financial insecurity moving forward,” the insider said at the time.

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