One of those classic flicks from the ’80s was Ghostbusters. The new remake is using an all female cast and I hope it is as good as the original, but I sort of doubt it. Fans of the franchise will surely know the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
If this Ghostbusters Floating Slimer doesn’t put a smile on your face there’s something wrong with you. It’s a simple enough toy. It just floats back and forth along a 15′ cord and plays the Ghostbusters theme song.
The last time we talked about Ghostbusters action figures they were the weird Vinyl Idolz versions with the funky, beady eyes. This time we have a set of Titans vinyl action figures, complete with oversized heads and wedge-shaped bodies.
Two of my favorite things about the ’80s were Pac-Man and Ghostbusters. I even had the Ghostbusters theme by Ray Parker Jr. on a 45 rpm record, and jammed out to that tune constantly. Now I’ll have “Who Ya Gonna Call” in my head all day.
Back in the day, I loved Ghostbusters. I had the record of Ray Parker Jr. singing the theme and played it until the needle wore out the vinyl. Like most sane people, my favorite was always the original film; the follow-ups weren’t as cool in my book.
I don’t know about you, but everything about the new Ghostbusters reboot so far just seems blah. No style, no substance. Even the new Ecto-1 seems bland and unimaginative. On the other hand, this car made by UK-based Paul Harborne looks pretty sweet.
One of my favorite parts of Ghostbusters is the final battle with the Stay Puft Marshmallow man. It’s hard to be scared of a giant marshmallow. After all, they are sweet and tasty and begging for some hot chocolate or perhaps some chocolate and graham crackers.
The film that most reminds me of the ’80s is one that I don’t get much call to talk about. We see plenty of Back to the Future or Star Wars stuff around here, but out of all those ’80s flicks the one that reminds me most of childhood is Ghostbusters.
When there’s something strange in your neighborhood, don’t call the Ghostbusters. Instead, just try to relax and have some cookies instead. Just be sure to make them using these awesome Ghostbusters cookie cutters from Etsy seller StarCookies.
I guarantee you that you have never seen the Ghostbusters looking so cute. These 9-inch plush figures will frighten ghosts, but warm your own cold heart. They ain’t ‘fraid of no ghost!
The whole team is here and you can choose from Peter, Egon, Ray, and Winston.
Look at the lumps on this cool Lumpy Space Princess Coffee table. It’s perfect for get togethers in the Land of Ooo, even if Lemongrab does find your coffee and desserts unacceptable. Just tell him to lump off!
I’m surprised it took this long, but we’re finally about to get a Ghostbusters board game! Cryptozoic Games just launched a new Kickstarter for Ghostbusters: The Board Game and no big surprise here, its $250,000 funding goal has already been met, just a couple of days into the campaign.
At first glance, this looks like an ordinary Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters, but look again and you will see that it has a fully-functioning NES game system inside. Oh yes. Busting does make me feel good. Busting some other dude to become high bidder on eBay is an even better feeling.
You could spend like 80 hours making a complicated costume or you could just buy one of these Ghostbusters rompers and make Halloween easy. There’s really no better costume than the Ghostbusters jumpsuit anyway.
I’ve been slimed! Oh yeah? Then we need to beat the ever-loving hell out of that mucus-green ghoul and send him back to Mucinex land. Start smashing it with your proton streams! If any spectral candy falls out, I call dibs!
I know what you’ve been worrying about: how best to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Ghostbusters, aside from seeing the new movie if an when it ever comes out, and seeing the original in theaters now, since theaters are doing that right now.