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Hauntings, ghosts, ghosts and more haunt the halls of the haunted house on the big screen in the first “Ghostbusters” sequel.

In addition to the Ghostbusters team-up movie, there are several other movies and TV shows that feature ghosts in some form or another.

“Ghosts 2,” starring Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy, is set for release on August 1.

The film will also feature a new cast that includes Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon, Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiigg.

“The Witch,” a remake of the classic horror film from the 1970s, is due for release in the fall.

There are also several TV shows featuring ghosts that feature some of the original cast members.

The series “The Simpsons,” which ran from 1989 to 1993, featured the ghosts of many characters.

“Supernatural” is one of the most popular shows on the CW, but many of its characters have also been seen in the “Ghostbuster” films.

“Deadwood,” which is based on the novels by Mark Lawrence, is also based on Lawrence’s novels.

“Breaking Bad,” which was inspired by Lawrence’s books, is another popular show on the network.

And there are plenty of other movies that feature ghost-related characters.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, “Ghost Buster” star Kate McKillop said that the film had some ghost references.

“There are some ghosts in the movie that we never get a chance to see,” she said.

“But we see the ghost of a guy named Frank.

We see the spirit of a woman who was supposed to be dead.

We have to believe there’s a ghost.

That’s how we feel about it.”

“The Ghostbusters” series of films starred Leslie Jones and Melissa Murray, who co-starred in the original films.

Murray said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter last year that her character in the film is called “The Wicked Witch.”