Because ghosts need busting and you’re just the person for the job, Reebok and the Ghostbusters franchise have collaborated to release these $150 Ghost Smashers sneakers. Obviously, I must have them and will throw a temper-tantrum when they sell out before I can get my hands on, and feet into a pair.
If you think you’ve collected all of the Transformers toys, think again. There’s one Transformers toy that’s missing from your collection. That’s because the Transformers Generations Collaborative: Ghostbusters Mash-Up, Ecto-1 Ectotron Figure is not available yet.
I ain’t ‘fraid of no ghost… and neither are cats. This Ghostbusters ghost trap automatic cat feeder is how nerds feed felines, and how feline nerds prefer to eat. This concept was designed by if industries..
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures get a ton of alternate and crossover versions, but Playmates’ Halloween offering has to be an instant classic. It’s a mashup of New York weirdest: TMNT and Ghostbusters.
The mashup casts Raphael as Winston, Leonardo as Ray, Mike as Pete and of course Donatello as Egon.
Dave’s Geeky Ideas has done it again, and come up with a very cool idea for some Ghostbusters inspired wall hooks. He had been thinking about doing an interior for a Ghostbusters tiny house when he came up with this cool design.
This Ghostbusters remake is already better than that one that was just in theaters. Ryan Scott Miller turned his son Jeremy’s wheelchair into a miniature version of Ecto-1. Just give him all of the candy as he drives by this Halloween.
I sort of wish someone here in the US would make the sort of weird hamburgers that they get in Japan on a regular basis. J.S. Burger Café in Japan has turned its burger grilling skills to making Ghostbusters themed hamburgers and they look oddly appetizing.
This awesome short is a brick remake of the classic Ghostbusters by Digital Wizards Studios, who spent over 2,000 hours creating it. Man, I ain’t afraid of no ghost, but I don’t think I could have pulled this project off.
Earlier this week was Sony’s Ghostbusters Day celebration, as the first film was released on June 8, 1984. So naturally Build-A-Bear Workshop unveiled a new Ghostbusters line to commemorate the occasion. It was only a matter of time.
If you want to bust some ghosts, you need the right equipment. And now you can get it. That’s because Anovos recently unveiled their official Ghostbusters Proton Pack Kit.
The kit features everything you need, but sadly it has no mini-nuclear reactor.
Back in the day when Ghostbusters first hit the screen it was one of the first movies that I remember having lots of product tie-ins. There were toys, cartoons, even foods and drinks that went along with the film.
When it comes to stuff around your house, fuse boxes are pretty boring. They aren’t supposed to look good. They’re just supposed to be functional. However, if you are turning your home into a replica of the Ghostbusters’ HQ, why not make your fuse box look like it is straight out of the movie?
Ghosbusters fans, if you want a pinball machine that’s packed with great art and details from the classic films, call Stern Pinball. Just be sure you’re packing a large stream of money.
Designed by the legendary John Trudeau, the pinball machine comes in three varieties: Pro, Premium and Limited.
Do you have specters, spooks and other paranormal anomalies? You need to catch those suckers before you get slimmed. Sean Charlesworth has just the thing for you. He created this cool ghost trap replica. It may not catch ghosts for real, but it will make you feel better.
I’ll probably go see the Ghostbusters reboot when it hits theaters. I very much loved the original and I am always leery of reboots of films that I loved growing up. Sometimes they are fine, other times they suck hardcore.