I See Dead People

By Brian . Created on Nov 11, 2021
People have always been curious what exists after death. Maybe this is why from time to time, films give us tales of characters exploring this concept, or who actually are dead. (No spoilers intended). So let's get a bit morbid and look into these. Below are six, pick your guide to the other side, or as always, add your own in comments.
Movies and TV 124 votes | 14 Comments
Flatliners

Flatliners

The Corpse Bride

The Corpse Bride

Jacob's Ladder

Jacob's Ladder

The Crow

The Crow

The Sixth Sense

The Sixth Sense

What Dreams May Come

What Dreams May Come

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Paige said on Dec 6, 2021
Was hoping to see Dead Like Me on here. Lol
The Sixth Sense
M A said on Nov 28, 2021
Wow, Brian, how did I miss this one - I choose The Sixth Sense. I, too, see dead people. Not for a couple of years now, though, maybe too much stress and upset in my life right now. It IS a fascinating subject.
David said on Nov 27, 2021
Frankenstein
Brian said on Nov 27, 2021
Well sure, the Frankenstein creature (I don't like calling him him a monster) is technically made from dead people and brought to life....
The Corpse Bride
prfctimin said on Nov 24, 2021
I live Tim Burtons weird sense of humor
Brian said on Nov 27, 2021
Yep, he is very good at what his does in that sense.
Bettalvr said on Nov 23, 2021
Don’t play with Demons
The Sixth Sense
jriesskennels said on Nov 21, 2021
The 6th sense was very scary at times
What Dreams May Come
Nichole said on Nov 14, 2021
Astonishing
Brian said on Nov 14, 2021
Yep, good story and visuals, see below for more about it. Another useless bit of trivia, this was shot using Fuji Velvia film, known for its vivid color reproduction which is why some of the scenes just look so cool color wise.
The Sixth Sense
Christina said on Nov 13, 2021
I liked the twist in the Sixth Sense
Brian said on Nov 13, 2021
I did as well, but shh...don't give it away to anyone who's not seen it. Director M. Night Shyamalan is known for pulling off this sort of thing.