That was what made The Phantom of the Opera so great. The set of the opera house was ginormous, it felt real, the camera ride through the place at the beginning set the the whole maze-like structure into scene and made sure you understood later how the pohantom could haunt this place....There's an insane amount of practical sets and effects...
And the canal scene with the candles emerging from the water lighting up. Magic!
The lenght of his remembrance thread shows our appreciation as well, not sure when last a Brazelton went on for that long.
I put The Lost Boys up for the weekend (also thinking about Flatliners).