An American Werewolf in London

Jack: David, you are hurting my feelings!

David: Hurting your feelings? Has it occurred to you that it might be unsettling to see you arise from the grave to visit me?

I saw this again for the first time in years.  I had forgotten how much I loved this, cheesy as parts of it are.  The best parts are when David is being haunted by the decaying ghosts of his victims, including his best friend Jack and a number of English victims who are either irritable or strangely cheerful.  He hides in a porno theatre and they’re all in there with him, politely encouraging him to kill himself so they can all rest in peace.  Each time he meets them, they look worse, but he and Jack never lose the dynamic they had as living best friends.

For a movie this old, the effects are pretty decent when David shifts, and Jenny Agutter, who last played the World Councilwoman that Black Widow impersonated in Captain America:  The Winter Soldier, is the love interest.