Greatest Ghosts!

You’re dead, bit of a drag that..but there is a bright side now you get to be a ghost, sweet! But who was the most awesome ghost of all, Lets investigate! Spoilers! ie ; if you haven’t seen any of the films mentioned then they’ve about to get ruined!! But if you don’t know the twist from the Sixth Sense by now, then hopefully you enjoyed spending 14 years in space orbiting earth and Bruce Willis is really a ghost, soz.       Ghost (1990)

Image

Patrick Swayze tanned and dreamy in a red shirt and tight black pants- not much more needs to be said except that he gave us one of the greatest ghosts of the nineties and his dreamboat spirit stopped a bad guy and gave Demi Moore closure! Rest in peace you beautiful man 😥     Paranormal Activity (2007)

 Image

Hmm this ‘Ghost’ performed feats that can be easily achieved by a strong gust of wind ; sheet ruffling and door banging. Not very impressive.     Poltergeist (1982)

 Image

These Spirits were pretty pissed off and very powerful, they were also very good at scaring people shitless.. Extra points to this gang for dropping a load of antiques on the Freeling’s and probably earning the family a few bob down the pawn shop. Nice.     Fields Of Dreams (1989)

 Image

They’re dead baseball players, Kevin Costner built it and they did come! These are some pretty chummy ghosts, with wonderful team spirit. The final shot of his dad walking across the field back lit by the evening sun gets theHorroronline every time – *sniffle*     Ghost Dad (1990)

 Image

Hayley Joel Osment helps Bruce Willis come to terms with being no longer of the living, while Brucie spends the entire film in denial, stalking his wife and totally working hair plugs, his ghost was a bit slow on the uptake though. Oh and cheers M.Night for inspiring thousands upon thousands of crappy film makers to use this twist at the end of their crappy movies!!     Slimer (1984)

 Image

Apparently inspired by John Belushi, as a five year old – this guy was my god! Gross and funny, well done sir!!

Advertisements