Ghostbusters is one of my favorite comedies. It was the perfect vehicle for the talents of Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd and Harold Ramis. Rick Moranis and Annie Potts also shine comedically while Ernie Hudson and Sigourney Weaver play the straight people with aplomb. It's one of those movies that I can watch periodically and still laugh at even though, by now, the jokes have long since been memorized. (For me the artistry is in the "delivery" of the jokes more than the content of the jokes themselves.)
Wynne Frost and the Soul of Remorse is a delightful romp by new author Paula Apynys. This is an odd kind of read as it is a combo platter of politics, the supernatural, spirit world, reincarnation and a coming of realization that when you say it you kind of go, hmmmm? But when you read it, it all fits so beautifully together and keeps you turning the pages. It is fun, it is witty, the characters are spot on and you can’t help but find yourself knee deep in the lives of each and every individual.