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On June 8, 2021, to start Ghostbusters Day off, the Ghostbusters social media accounts released a 40 second pre-recorded introduction video with Ivan Reitman and Bill Murray video conferencing and poking fun at Ghostbusters Day.[427] During the Twitter Space discussion, several stills and images were released on IGN's Twitter account: Celeste O'Connor's character Lucky talking to Trevor while she was working at Spinners Roller Hop,[428] Ecto-1 on the road,[429] an image of a Trap opening,[430] an image of Egon's thrower firing,[431] a gif of Logan Kim's character Podcast trying to pry open a Trap in class,[432] and Ecto-1 parked outside the Farmhouse at night.[433] During the discussion, it was revealed Logan Kim portrays Podcast and Celeste O'Connor portrays Lucky. Jason Reitman commented, "I saw a young girl in the middle of a field with a Proton Pack and I imagined a young man discovering the Ecto-1 and it not working, and then Tokyo drifting through that field." Ivan Reitman commented it was an honor and thrill for one his children to carry on a story he helped start. Finn Wolfhard talks about how he self-taped an audition in his room in Vancouver and put it together it was a Ghostbusters movie when he was asked to come to Jason Reitman's home in Los Angeles. McKenna Grace talked about working in Atlanta when she auditioned and in the scripts, their roles were just "Boy" and "Girl" but she found it in the chemistry reads and read with Logon Kim, and a Proton Pack was there. Jason Reitman clarified the movie is not set at all in New York and had to be about a family discovering who they were and them going to someplace that didn't look like the first movie. Like going into a parent or grandparent's attic or basement and finding something about them. Celeste O'Connor's character is named Lucky and she's always wanted to leave her home town then meets the new kid at the diner she works at, Trevor. She gets involved in his story and finds her courage and determination and adventure she's always been looking for. Ecto-1 certainly plays an important role in the movie. We discover the things that have changed about it in the course of the movie. Some green screen was done for the more dangerous parts of the Ecto-1 chase scene. The gunner seat came when they started thinking about what happens to the equipment. The gunner seat put ghostbusting in motion. McKenna Grace comments on getting to sit in the Ecto-1 and on the gunner seat and calls it "absolutely magical." Mr. Grooberson is a science teacher and Phoebe is a scientist herself who finds herself in small town in a summer school class filled with delinquents and Grooberson immediately takes a liking to her because he sees a like-minded person and becomes a mentor to her. McKenna Grace had her mind blown when she first saw the equipment props. Finn Wolfhard emphasizes the movie comes from a fan. There is CG but Jason Reitman was adamant about using a lot of practical effects like the props, make up, sets, and backgrounds. Lucky was skeptical at first but over the course of it, she gets pulled into the adventure. O'Connor never did a big studio film before and just did an indie movie before moving onto Afterlife so she was overwhelmed on the set. O'Connor's father was a film of the movies and showed them to the family when she was growing up. Carrie Coon plays a mom just trying to make ends meet and find resources to keep her family afloat and hasn't time for the other parts of her life. Callie shares a cynical sense of humor with Grooberson. Jason Reitman comments on watching people trying on the Proton Pack for the first time and the unique smile that happens. The Ecto Goggles can now take Polaroids. McKenna Grace remembers she cried when she tried on the Proton Pack for the first time. Finn Wolfhard remembered the camera test and she lost balance at first. Grace got strap burns because of the weight. The Proton Pack mold used was built off one of the original 1984 Proton Pack props. They tried to visualize what welds, wire changes, slips, breaks, and cracks to show the age and use of the pack over three decades. The creatures were puppeteered on the set. The cast and crew is asked if they believe in the paranormal and had their experiences. Logan Kim's character Podcast is considered the absolute believer in the movie and the heart of the movie. They talk about how Kim took one acting class, did a Fed Ex commercial, and auditioned for Afterlife with a self-tape. Kim was the most confident actor on the set. Carrie talks about hearing footsteps and doors opening at the farmhouse she grew up on. Logan Kim could barely see with the Ecto Goggles on and hit McKenna Grace's face once. He also slipped and fell on set. It was hard to position the Ecto Goggles on heads like how Dan Aykroyd could. Jason Reitman gave Kim notes on where to look in a shot but Kim paused and told him he couldn't see. Jason Reitman clarifies the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man will not return. The Mini Pufts want to watch the world burn and they enjoy it.




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#1 Get Out (2017) 98% #1 Adjusted Score: 125887% Critics Consensus: Funny, scary, and thought-provoking, Get Out seamlessly weaves its trenchant social critiques into a brilliantly effective and entertaining horror/comedy thrill ride. Synopsis: Now that Chris and his girlfriend, Rose, have reached the meet-the-parents milestone of dating, she invites him for a weekend... [More] Starring: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener, Bradley Whitford Directed By: Jordan Peele #2 M3GAN (2022) 94% #2 Adjusted Score: 115248% Critics Consensus: Unapologetically silly and all the more entertaining for it, M3GAN is the rare horror-comedy that delivers chuckles as effortlessly as chills. Synopsis: M3GAN is a marvel of artificial intelligence, a life-like doll programmed to be a child's greatest companion and a parent's... [More] Starring: Allison Williams, Violet McGraw, Ronny Chieng, Brian Jordan Alvarez Directed By: Gerard Johnstone #3 Cam (2018) 93% #3 Adjusted Score: 97208% Critics Consensus: Smart and suspenseful, CAM is a techno-thriller that's far more than the sum of its salacious parts -- and an outstanding showcase for Madeline Brewer in the leading role. Synopsis: A camgirl has her principles, until a mysterious woman who looks just like her takes over her channel.... [More] Starring: Madeline Brewer, Patch Darragh, Melora Walters, Devin Druid Directed By: Daniel Goldhaber #4 Hush (2016) 93% #4 Adjusted Score: 95084% Critics Consensus: Hush navigates the bloody waters of home invasion thrillers and incisive slashers for a contemporary horror puree. Synopsis: A deaf woman is stalked by a killer in her home.... [More] Starring: John Gallagher Jr., Kate Siegel, Michael Trucco, Samantha Sloyan Directed By: Mike Flanagan #5 Sweetheart (2019) 93% #5 Adjusted Score: 94339% Critics Consensus: Carried by Kiersey Clemons' performance, Sweetheart balances smart subtext and social commentary against effective genre thrills. Synopsis: A shipwreck survivor on an uninhabited island must fend off a malevolent force that surfaces each night.... [More] Starring: Emory Cohen, Kiersey Clemons, Hanna Mangan Lawrence Directed By: J.D. Dillard #6 The Invisible Man (2020) 92% #6 Adjusted Score: 118331% Critics Consensus: Smart, well-acted, and above all scary, The Invisible Man proves that sometimes, the classic source material for a fresh reboot can be hiding in plain sight. Synopsis: After staging his own suicide, a crazed scientist uses his power to become invisible to stalk and terrorize his ex-girlfriend.... [More] Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid Directed By: Leigh Whannell #7 The Vigil (2019) 91% #7 Adjusted Score: 95376% Critics Consensus: Consistently clever and creepy, The Vigil mines richly atmospheric supernatural horror from a deep well of religious traditions. Synopsis: Steeped in ancient Jewish lore and demonology, THE VIGIL is a supernatural horror film set over the course of a... [More] Starring: Dave Davis, Fred Melamed, Menashe Lustig, Malky Goldman Directed By: Keith Thomas #8 Nanny (2022) 90% #8 Adjusted Score: 95095% Critics Consensus: Led by Anna Diop's strong central performance, the smartly disquieting Nanny is a promising debut for writer-director Nikyatu Jusu. Synopsis: In this psychological horror fable of displacement, Aisha (Anna Diop), a woman who recently emigrated from Senegal, is hired to... [More] Starring: Anna Diop, Michelle Monaghan, Sinqua Walls, Morgan Spector Directed By: Nikyatu Jusu #9 Soft & Quiet (2022) 86% #9 Adjusted Score: 87216% Critics Consensus: A painfully timely horror-fueled thriller, Soft & Quiet forces the viewer to confront the ugly underbelly of modern American race relations. Synopsis: Playing out in real time, SOFT & QUIET is a runaway train that follows a single afternoon in the life... [More] Starring: Stefanie Estes, Olivia Luccardi, Eleanore Pienta, Dana Millican Directed By: Beth de Araújo #10 The Black Phone (2021) 83% #10 Adjusted Score: 93345% Critics Consensus: The Black Phone might have been even more frightening, but it remains an entertaining, well-acted adaptation of scarily good source material. Synopsis: Finney, a shy but clever 13-year-old boy, is abducted by a sadistic killer and trapped in a soundproof basement where... [More] Starring: Ethan Hawke, Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Jeremy Davies Directed By: Scott Derrickson #11 Freaky (2020) 83% #11 Adjusted Score: 98089% Critics Consensus: An entertaining slasher with a gender-bending, body-swapping twist, this horror-comedy juggles genres with Freaky fun results. Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Millie Kessler spends her days trying to survive high school and the cruel actions of the popular crowd. But... [More] Starring: Vince Vaughn, Kathryn Newton, Katie Finneran, Celeste O'Connor Directed By: Christopher Landon #12 Paranormal Activity (2007) 83% #12 Adjusted Score: 90602% Critics Consensus: Using its low-budget effects and mockumentary method to great result, Paranormal Activity turns a simple haunted house story into 90 minutes of relentless suspense. Synopsis: Soon after moving into a suburban tract home, Katie (Katie Featherston) and Micah (Micah Sloat) become increasingly disturbed by what... [More] Starring: Katie Featherston, Micah Sloat, Amber Armstrong, Mark Fredrichs Directed By: Oren Peli #13 Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) 83% #13 Adjusted Score: 89414% Critics Consensus: Ouija: Origin of Evil swerves its franchise's planchette unexpectedly to YES with a surprisingly scary and dramatically satisfying follow-up to its lackluster predecessor. Synopsis: In 1967 Los Angeles, widowed mother Alice Zander (Elizabeth Reaser) unwittingly invites authentic evil into her home by adding a... [More] Starring: Elizabeth Reaser, Annalise Basso, Lulu Wilson, Henry Thomas Directed By: Mike Flanagan #14 Halloween (2018) 79% #14 Adjusted Score: 97810% Critics Consensus: Halloween largely wipes the slate clean after decades of disappointing sequels, ignoring increasingly elaborate mythology in favor of basic - yet still effective - ingredients. Synopsis: It's been 40 years since Laurie Strode survived a vicious attack from crazed killer Michael Myers on Halloween night. Locked... [More] Starring: Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, Will Patton Directed By: David Gordon Green #15 Split (2016) 78% #15 Adjusted Score: 99346% Critics Consensus: Split serves as a dramatic tour de force for James McAvoy in multiple roles -- and finds writer-director M. Night Shyamalan returning resoundingly to thrilling form. Synopsis: Though Kevin (James McAvoy) has evidenced 23 personalities to his trusted psychiatrist, Dr. Fletcher (Betty Buckley), there remains one still... [More] Starring: James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, Betty Buckley, Haley Lu Richardson Directed By: M. Night Shyamalan #16 The Bay (2012) 77% #16 Adjusted Score: 79635% Critics Consensus: Barry Levinson's eco-horror flick cleverly utilizes familiar found-footage methods in service of a gruesome yet atmospheric chiller. Synopsis: The residents of a seaside Maryland community become the unfortunate hosts of mutant, waterborne parasites that take control of their... [More] Starring: Will Rogers, Kristen Connolly, Kether Donohue, Frank Deal Directed By: Barry Levinson #17 Oculus (2013) 75% #17 Adjusted Score: 80531% Critics Consensus: With an emphasis on dread over gore and an ending that leaves the door wide open for sequels, Oculus could be just the first spine-tingling chapter in a new franchise for discerning horror fans. Synopsis: Haunted by the violent demise of their parents 10 years earlier, adult siblings Kaylie (Karen Gillan) and Tim (Brenton Thwaites)... [More] Starring: Karen Gillan, Brenton Thwaites, Katee Sackhoff, Rory Cochrane Directed By: Mike Flanagan #18 Black Box (2020) 71% #18 Adjusted Score: 74449% Critics Consensus: An intriguing debut for writer-director Emmanuel Osei-Kuffour, Black Box compensates for a lack of surprises with strong performances and an emotionally rewarding story. Synopsis: After losing his wife and memory in a car accident, a single father undergoes an agonizing experimental treatment that causes... [More] Starring: Mamoudou Athie, Phylicia Rashad, Amanda Christine, Tosin Morohunfola Directed By: Emmanuel Osei-Kuffour #19 Creep 2 (2017) 100% #19 Adjusted Score: 100866% Critics Consensus: Creep 2 has everything that made the original work and more -- more laughs, more awkwardness, more unsettling terror. Synopsis: A video artist quickly realizes she has made a mistake when she meets a serial killer in a cabin.... [More] Starring: Mark Duplass, Karan Soni, Patrick Brice, Desiree Akhavan Directed By: Patrick Brice #20 Creep (2014) 90% #20 Adjusted Score: 90239% Critics Consensus: A smart, oddball take on found-footage horror, Creep is clever and well-acted enough to keep viewers on the edges of their seats. Synopsis: Aaron answers an online ad and drives to a stranger's house to film him for the day. The man wants... [More] Starring: Mark Duplass, Patrick Brice Directed By: Patrick Brice #21 Torn Hearts (2022) 89% #21 Adjusted Score: 89230% Critics Consensus: No consensus yet. Synopsis: Blumhouse Television and EPIX present the cautionary tale of a rise to stardom set in the iconic Nashville Country Music... [More] Starring: Katey Sagal, Abby Quinn, Alexxis Lemire, Joshua Leonard Directed By: Brea Grant #22 The Deep House (2021) 74% #22 Adjusted Score: 66188% Critics Consensus: No consensus yet. Synopsis: Deep below the surface of a seemingly tranquil remote lake lies a perfectly preserved family home. When a young influencer... [More] Starring: James Jagger, Camille Rowe, Eric Savin, Anne Claessens Directed By: Alexandre Bustillo, Julien Maury #23 Happy Death Day 2U (2019) 71% #23 Adjusted Score: 81992% Critics Consensus: A funnier follow-up with a sci-fi bent, Happy Death Day 2U isn't as fiendishly fresh as its predecessor, but fans of the original may still find this a sequel worth celebrating. Synopsis: Collegian Tree Gelbman wakes up in horror to learn that she's stuck in a parallel universe. Her boyfriend Carter is... [More] Starring: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Phi Vu, Suraj Sharma Directed By: Christopher Landon #24 Happy Death Day (2017) 71% #24 Adjusted Score: 81540% Critics Consensus: Happy Death Day puts a darkly humorous sci-fi spin on slasher conventions, with added edge courtesy of a starmaking performance from Jessica Rothe. Synopsis: Tree Gelbman is a blissfully self-centered collegian who wakes up on her birthday in the bed of a student named... [More] Starring: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Rachel Matthews Directed By: Christopher Landon #25 Madres (2021) 71% #25 Adjusted Score: 56579% Critics Consensus: No consensus yet. Synopsis: Beto (Tenoch Huerta) and Diana (Ariana Guerra), a young Mexican-American couple expecting their first child, move to a small town... [More] Starring: Tenoch Huerta, Ariana Guerra, Evelyn Gonzalez, Kerry Cahill Directed By: Ryan Zaragoza #26 Hurt (2018) 71% #26 Adjusted Score: 23397% Critics Consensus: No consensus yet. Synopsis: A soldier reunites with his wife to take in the attractions at their favorite Halloween spot: the "Haunted Hayride." But... [More] Starring: Emily Van Raay, Andrew Creer, Bradley Hamilton, Stephanie Moran Directed By: Sonny Mallhi #27 Black as Night (2021) 69% #27 Adjusted Score: 69504% Critics Consensus: It may not be particularly scary, but Black as Night has just enough bite to satisfy audiences in the mood for dark, teen-focused supernatural drama. Synopsis: A resourceful teenage girl leaves childhood behind when she battles a group of deadly vampires in Black as Night, an... [More] Starring: Asjha Cooper, Fabrizio Guido, Mason Beauchamp, Abbie Gayle Directed By: Maritte Lee Go #28 The Visit (2015) 68% #28 Adjusted Score: 76298% Critics Consensus: The Visit provides horror fans with a satisfying blend of thrills and laughs -- and also signals a welcome return to form for writer-director M. Night Shyamalan. Synopsis: Becca (Olivia DeJonge) and younger brother Tyler (Ed Oxenbould) say goodbye to their mother as they board a train and... [More] Starring: Olivia DeJonge, Ed Oxenbould, Deanna Dunagan, Peter McRobbie Directed By: M. Night Shyamalan #29 Insidious (2010) 66% #29 Adjusted Score: 71863% Critics Consensus: Aside from a shaky final act, Insidious is a very scary and very fun haunted house thrill ride. Synopsis: Parents (Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne) take drastic measures when it seems their new home is haunted and their comatose son... [More] Starring: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Barbara Hershey, Lin Shaye Directed By: James Wan #30 Paranormal Activity 3 (2011) 66% #30 Adjusted Score: 69927% Critics Consensus: While the jolts and thrills are undeniably subject to the diminishing returns that plague most horror sequels, Paranormal Activity 3 is a surprisingly spine-tingling treat. Synopsis: In 1988 sisters Katie (Chloe Csengery) and Kristi (Jessica Tyler Brown) seem to be enjoying a normal, happy childhood at... [More] Starring: Katie Featherston, Sprague Grayden, Lauren Bittner, Christopher Nicholas Smith Directed By: Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman #31 The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014) 66% #31 Adjusted Score: 66210% Critics Consensus: No consensus yet. Synopsis: A masked maniac terrorizes the same small community where a murderer known as the Phantom Killer struck decades earlier.... [More] Starring: Addison Timlin, Travis Tope, Spencer Treat Clark, Veronica Cartwright Directed By: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon #32 Bingo Hell (2021) 65% #32 Adjusted Score: 65744% Critics Consensus: Although its card is far from full, Bingo Hell delivers moderately effective socially conscious horror while suggesting greater things for director Gigi Saul Guerrero. Synopsis: When a sinister figure threatens the residents of a low-income community, a feisty senior citizen tries to stop him in... [More] Starring: Adriana Barraza, L. Scott Caldwell, Richard Brake, Joshua Caleb Johnson Directed By: Gigi Saul Guerrero #33 13 Sins (2014) 64% #33 Adjusted Score: 64757% Critics Consensus: 13 Sins may be derivative of other horror films that made their moral points with more finesse, but it atones with a grim sense of humor and sleek style. Synopsis: A desperate, debt-ridden salesman agrees to perform an increasingly hideous set of tasks in order to win millions of dollars.... [More] Starring: Mark Webber, Ron Perlm


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