Everyone has a favourite childhood movie, a film that drove one’s parents to despair with its constant video or dvd rotation, a movie you loved and will always love, a slice of cinema that takes you back to those times. Mine was, and is, Ghostbusters (1984).
My record for number of viewings in one day stood at three, achieved once I got my hands on the double Ghostbusters
and Ghostbusters II (1989)
VHS. It would have been more if I’d have been given unrestricted access to the family television. Strangely, my childhood fixation with the film didn’t start well. My first encounter came via the Christmas television premiere some time in the late eighties. The extended family were crammed into our living room to watch it, while I busied myself with a set of Lego in the dining room. I strayed into sight of the TV just as Peter, Ray and Egon were approac
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