Directed by: Peter Jackson
Starring: Dee Wallace, Jake Busey, John Astin, Michael J. Fox, Peter Dobson, Trini Alvarado
Genres: Comedy, Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
Question: How did the people behind the film achieve the effect of making the actors look like ghosts. I truly have no idea.
Chosen answer: It's all done by computers. This question could be credited to any film that uses CGI ("How did they show New York getting flooded in 'The Day After Tomorrow'?"). All computer work.
The Little Mermaid
Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein
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Old Lady Bradley: The wicked will be punished.
Outside the chapel, when Frank backs into the pedestal the statue begins to topple over. In the shot facing up, as the pedestal falls and Frank puts his arms out to catch the statue, the wires used in this stunt are perfectly visible.
At the beginning of the film Lucy and Ray watch a videotape called 'Murders, Madmen and Phychopaths', with the news report of Johnny Charles Bartlett. The reporter is a genuine TV reporter in NZ (where the film was shot), cast presumably due to her real American accent.