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.
If you are a Ghostbusters fan, you have to check out the video below and check out the effects. Shanks FX, a web series by Joey Shanks, recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters by recreating the proton streams of positively charged ions using flash lights and light painting techniques.
Check out this awesome film from filmmaker Marc-Andre Caron (aka MonsieurCaron). He created this cool stop-motion animated LEGO version of the Ghostbusters movie to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the film.
Ash Vickers of Megacynics drew this image in remembrance of the amazing comedian/director/writer Harold Ramis, who passed away yesterday at the age of 69. It is a fitting tribute to a man who gave us so much laughter and joy.
Redditor tabres gets my vote for coolest uncle on the planet. Now it’s up to you other uncles to outdo him. This guy built his nephew a custom Ghostbusters Ecto-1 Cozy Coupe. It has flashing lights and a license plate and is everything a young Ghostbuster could want.
If you want some, freaky LEGOs baby, you betta’ call… Ghostbusters! Back in January, we learned that LEGO would be making an official Ghostbusters LEGO set. The images that were floating around were a fan made set that was put on the Cuusoo site and won enough votes to be turned into an official kit.
Can you believe that it has been 30 years this June since the release of Ghostbusters? Nowadays, we can’t imagine a world without them. LEGO likes them too and has agreed to produce video game artist Brent Waller’s LEGO set after it got over 10,000 supporters on LEGO Cuusoo.
There are two kinds of people in this world. The ones who call the Ghostbusters and the ones who do the actual ghostbusting. If you want to be a part of the latter, you’d better have the right equipment.
When Cory Newton-Smith made her son Cooper’s DeLorean push car last Halloween, she said that she would love to make epic costumes for her son every year. Fortunately for us, Cory and her husband Jeremy stuck to that promise.
These edible Stay-Puft Marshmallow Men may be smaller than the 112.5 foot-tall Marshmallow Man that rampaged through New York in Ghostbusters, but they will still tread all over your taste buds if you serve them up on Halloween.
Ghostbusters fans who have deep pockets will appreciate this piece of cinematic history It is one of the original Ghostbusters jumpsuits. It’s the same suit worn by the Dr. Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters 2. No slime or demonic residue or anything.
This is a far cry from the original Cadillac version of the ECTO-1, but this modern reinterpretation of the famous Ghostbusters car is not half bad. Though I think you could do better in an actual new Ghostbusters movie.
Thanks to it8bit, I’ve found one of my new favorite artists: Billy Butcher. His collection Come Play My Game, I’ll Test Ya! is an edgy and lively mashup of pop culture, headlined by my favorite pastime: videogames.