Tim Burton's Beetlejuice proved there was laughter in the hereafter in the story about an undead couple who turn to an unruly bio-exorcist to remove unwanted house guests. Along the way, there are plenty of sight gags, undead civil servants, a Danny Elfman score, scary shrimp hands, a few Harry Belafonte jams, and classic '80s Winona Ryder. Throw in Michael Keaton's tour de force performance as the "Ghost with the Most," and a simple horror comedy is transformed into a cinema classic.
Over the years, fiendish fans of the film have been sharing small details, missed moments, and Easter eggs. Here are a few favorites.