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My Favorite Psychic Movies

Click Here NOW for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comDue to the nature of my work, I obviously love watching movies about psychics and the paranormal. Although there aren’t a lot of really good psychic movies out there, I do have a few firm favorites. Next time you are looking for an inspiring movie about psychic phenomena or the supernatural, see if you can find one of the following psychic classics on your favorite streaming service.

The Dead Zone (1983)

Based on a Stephen King novel, this movie follows the life of a school teacher who awakens with psychic powers, after falling into a coma. The film stars Christopher Walken as a reluctant psychic, who hesitates to use his powers, which I think is common for many psychics when we first discover our abilities. Once he finally decides to use his gifts, amazing things start to happen!

Ghost (1990)

Many people are familiar with this film. It was one of the most financially successful films of the 90’s. Personally, I love it so much that I could just watch it over and over again! The all-star cast features Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg as a highly eccentric psychic. Romantic, funny and uplifting, this is one of my favorite movies about a reluctant psychic medium who is able to connect with spirit on the Other Side.

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Phenomenon (1996)

Suddenly becoming psychic, after watching a strange light in the sky, George (John Travolta) begins to experience paranormal abilities beyond his explanation. He is shunned by the skeptical locals in his town, for his seemingly odd behavior, which leads him to self-isolate. This is not uncommon for gifted people when they first discover they have psychic powers. But once George successfully predicts an earthquake, people start to take an interest.

The Gift (2000)

A clairvoyant psychic (Cate Blanchett) keeps seeing disturbing visions of a girl who has gone missing. Through a series of twists and turns, she is able to locate the girl and detail what has happened to her. But that’s not the end of the story. To avoid a ‘spoiler alert,’ I’ll just say that this movie cleverly demonstrates the power of psychic visions and clairvoyance.

The Green Mile (1999)

Based on another Stephen King novel, it is the story of a prison guard (Tom Hanks) and a very unique prisoner (Clarke Duncan) who possesses a number of psychic gifts. His ability to heal, as well as his keen ability to see visions, is intriguing and endears the viewer to this gifted character.

The Sixth Sense (1999)

Young Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment) sees dead people. When his mother solicits the help of psychiatrist, Malcom Crowe (Bruce Willis) to support her son, things begin to unfold in the most interesting way imaginable. This film is a very vivid portrayal of paranormal encounters, mediumship, and childhood psychic experiences that many adult psychic mediums can relate to.

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Vibes (1988)

This is one of my favorite psychic movies of all time. Although it’s a bit ‘campy,’ the interaction between psychic Sylvia (Cindi Lauper) and skeptic Nick (Jeff Goldblum) is enchanting, full of adventure, and lots of fun! Sylvia follows the directives of her spirit guide, Louise, on a crazy adventure that takes her to South America, to explore hidden mysteries in the Andes. It is great fun for the whole family.

Hereafter (2010)

Directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Matt Damon, this tops the list as my favorite metaphysical movies of all time! Matt Damon plays yet another reluctant psychic, who is thrown into the lives of two other people who have both had life-changing experiences. As a gifted medium and channeler, George Lonegan (Damon) must help these people, who are searching for deeper understanding of the afterlife, and how to move forward after suffering loss. Even if you pass on the other movies listed above, Hereafter is one you won’t want to miss. Happy viewing!

About The Author: Amy

Amy resides in Arizona, but through her extensive travels, she has accumulated much knowledge and love for other cultures. She is a member of the Southwest Tarot Readers Association and follows her local Arizona chapter of Astrology. Amy has been a featured guest on metaphysical radio shows, she's provided readings at conferences and corporate events, has delivered lectures on developing your own psychic abilities, and she has shared her expertise on Tarot and Astrology, having earned her certification in both disciplines. Amy grew up seeing orbs and feeling energies but brings over twenty years of practical experience to the table as an accurate Psychic, Tarot Reader, Astrologer and Medium. She has read for hundreds of clients, including one very high-profile crooner! She is always expanding her metaphysical tool belt, offering her clients many delights on her magical menu, including channeling, dream life interpretation, crystal healing, and past life exploration. If you'd like a powerful reading that will also empower you to lead a happier, more rewarding life, you can find Amy at

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