A pathologist, played by Vincent Price, regularly conducts autopsies on executed prisoners to test his theory that fear is the result of a parasite that lives inside us, and that it's suppressed by our ability to scream when fear strikes. This cult classic is legendary for having vibrating devices in the theater seats in 1959. (William Castle; USA; 1959; 82 min)
Seriously, who ya gonna call? In this universally adored comedy, three unemployed para-psychology professors set up shop as a ghost removal service in Manhattan. Stars Bill Murray, Dan Akyroyd, and Harold Ramis. (Ivan Reitman; 1984; 105 min)
From the director of "The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill" (one of the most popular films in the history of the Regent Square Theater) this is her first film since that 2005 hit. Judy Irving brought world fame to San Francisco's wild parrots. Here she's tackled another feathered favorite: brown pelicans.