Do you like spooky films with several episodes which start rather nice and light and have kind of a surreal finale? Films without gore and such?
Well - in that case one of my alltime favourite films might be just your cup of tea:
Dead of Night (1945)
A man stays for a weekend in a house he never was before - and mets six persons he didn't meet before - though he knows them all: He dreamt of them in his returning nightmares.. And he is sure that something horrible will happen - though he can't remember what. When he tells his companions about his dreams they start to tell him some supernatural stories, too..
This is just a wonderful film - with a great cast: e.g. the magnificent Googie Withers. And the episodes are quite entertaining - and reaching from a wide range: there is kind of a ..uhm.. "gentlemen's joke"-episode about a haunted wedding night - and who ever saw this film will never forget the haunting performance of Michael Redgrave (yes, I have a soft spot for him..) as a ventriloquist driven mad by his dummy..
Please, make sure to get the "full" version: I have heard that for the US market back then two episodes were cut out..