1 hr 47min
Bill Murry, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis, Rick
you gonna call? Ahh.. who can forget this movie? Ray Parker Jr's
infectious title track and the state of the art special effects
along with a top notch comic cast created a movie that became a
scientist get fired from their jobs at a New York City university
and decide to try going into business for themselves. Being parapsychologist,
they naturally become professional transient spirit removers...
first business is predictibly slow, but it seems there's trouble
afoot in the spiritual world and it's starting in Dana Barrett's
(Sigourney Weavers) apartment! While putting up her groceries Dana
is startled to see a dozen eggs cook themselves on her kitchen counter.
Hearing a noise from her refrigerator, she cautiously opens it to
investigate. Instead of food she sees a bull-like creature snarling
at her. Time to seek professional help!
first the boys are skeptical, but a little research shows that the
buiding Dana lives in has been constructed in such a way to concentrate
spirtual energy and the hot spot is you know where.
DVD is a wonderful presentation of the movie, with a bright anamorphic
transfer and tons of extras. There are two "making of.."
featurettes, deleted scenes, directors commentary presented in the
style of MST3K and productions notes displayed as subtitles which
reminded me of Pop Up Video on VH-1.
comical of course, but there are dead people in it.
Blood & Gore
Weavers legs are fabulous. One suggestive scene where a ghost
gives oral sex to Dan Aykroyd in a dream.
movie, but dated humor.