Hellooooooo and welcome to Ms. Ghastly's Movie Booooo Boo's Page. I'll be back soon to talk about movie flubs. In the meantime, here's something to think about the next time you watch the original Michael Myers classic Halloween. If the location is supposed to be Illinois, then why do all the vehicles have California license plates? Booooooooooo!

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Did you ever notice that in "The Birds," when the feathered creatures attack the school children they have no shadows. Booooooooooo!

In "Solstice," the moon is full every single night. Jeeze! When's the last time that happened? Uh...NEVER! Booooooooooo!

Bella must have been bitten twice because in "New Moon" where James bit her is not where the mark is.

In "Blade," on the beach pulling a vampire's tooth out generates a lot of blood. Where's the blood when he's pulling out the second fang? Booooooooooo!

Not every Freddy gets a crash mat when they fall over a banister in "A Nightmare on Elm Street." Booooooooooo!

Ms. Ghastly is wondering if a page was taken out of the dubbed chinese martial arts flicks for the scene in "Scream" when Sidney sees Dewey with a knife in his back because she yells "Dewey!" but clearly mouths "No!" Booooooooooo!

In "Twilight," Bella pulls up for school on the first day. Look at the corner of the windshield and you will see the camera and boom. Booooooooooo!

Maybe this ghost has it all wrong, but when a truck slams into the back of a car, doesn't the car usually sustain some form of damage? Maybe in "Jeepers Creepers" they had tougher cars because this happened three times. Booooooooooo!

I guess all actresses that descend into holes and die lift their heads after being pronounced dead in the film "Alone in the Dark." Booooooooooo!

 

 

 

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