Spooky Sixteen

Spooky Sixteen: Day Four

“Today is a good day to die.”

Flatliners, 1990. Still holds up really well, aside from most of Julia Roberts’ wardrobe. Still spooky enough to make the list, though not as creepy as I remember it. However, I noticed one glaring mistake…Joe never found resolution by apologizing to the dozens of women he illegally filmed. Maybe Joe should have died.

Maybe Joe can die in the sequel/remake coming out next year…because OF COURSE there’s a sequel/remake coming out.