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From one  soppy ghost film, Field Of  Dreams to another! As you see, ghost films went in a very different direction from the mid-80s onwards compared to the early creepy and kooky horror films. From all out horror to comedy to films about…feelings! Released in 1990 and staring Demi Moore, Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg, the film merged the ghostly afterlife with a romantic tale that is sure to get any viewer sobbing into a tissue.

A personal favorite of mine, Ghost is quite possibly the biggest tearjerker ghost film of all time. A powerful story of the power of the love, told brilliantly with a touch of humor and horror. The film was a phenomenal hit, grossing over $505 million at the box office on a budget of $21 million, and was the highest-grossing film of 1990. It’s inseparable soundtrack with the emotional rendition of Unchained Melody by the Righteous Brothers, which has since become a favorite Wedding tune!  Sure enough, the film received a theatrical musical version, aptly titled Ghost: The Musical which debuted last year in the West End.

For something just as powerful, but much more terrifying, be sure to check out The Pact!

Break-out horror movie smash of the year that has been electrifying hardened genre fans and non-horror fans alike, “The Pact” combines the supernatural terrors of “Paranormal Activity” with the tense atmospherics of a serial killer thriller to create a unique, modern-day take on the classic ghost story.

And it’s out on October 1st! Pre-order yours here.

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