It is about time someone made a women's Ghostbusters outfit that doesn't involve booty shorts. We Love Fine has taken up the task by creating this line of officially licensed Ghostbusters Rompers for women.
Check out these and their other licensed products here:
Beyond the Marquee is celebrating the release of Ghostbusters 1 & 2 on Blu-ray by hosting a Ghostbusters week. The 4th installment is out today and it is a special one for many Ghostbusters Fans. They have setup an interview with Ghostbusters prop designer Stephen Dane. Many people know Stephen Dane as the designer of the Ecto-1, but he also designed some of the Ghostbusters other iconic equipment.
Take a look at the video above, and check out the article to accompany it.
Missed the other Ghostbusters specials on Beyond the Marquee? No problem, check them out below:
We mentioned the deal with Krispy Kreme earlier this month on the forums, now it is official!
Switch on your proton packs because the boys are back in town! Krispy Kreme and Sony Pictures Consumer Products have joined together to mark the 30th iconic blockbuster motion picture franchise with an exclusive offer of two new marshmallow Kreme-filled Ghostbuster treats inspired by the supernatural comedy’s sweetest villains. In conjunction with the release of the Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray release, Krispy Kreme is introducing Ghostbusters and Stay Puft Marshmallow Doughnuts that will be available September 29 through October 31, 2014 at participating Krispy Kreme® US and Canadian locations. While supplies last. Now through September 29th, contact your nearest participating Krispy Kreme location to pre-order five dozen or more Krispy Kreme Ghostbusters Doughnuts.
Here are the doughnuts:
Ghostbusters Doughnut: A marshmallow Kreme-filled shell topped with white icing, a decorative green “splat” inspired by Slimer, and a Ghostbusters logo sugar piece. Stay Puft Marshmallow: A marshmallow Kreme-filled shell topped with white icing, decorated with Stay Puft Marshmallow Man’s familiar face and a sugar piece hat.
Lots of great stuff has been happening during the Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary and one such thing is a Ghostbusters themed set of playing cards that is looking for funding on Kickstarter. The playing cards, which are officially licensed, have already reached their $10,000 goal, but they could go much higher.
The project was created by Erik Dahlman of Albino Dragon, a purveyor of specially themed playing cards. Their previous licenses include The Goonies, The Princess Bride and many others. They have already released designs for many of the card backs which can be found on their Facebook.
The release of the Ghostbusters 1 & 2 Blu-ray is finally upon us, and will be out in stores tomorrow. We got our copy a few days early so that we could write up a review and check out the special features (and they are special!). We'll be keeping the straight review here, and spoilers, screenshots and more will be posted here.
Lets start with the Ghostbusters 1 Blu-ray.
The Ghostbusters Blu-ray features a lot of carryover from the previous Blu-ray release and even the 1999 DVD release. This Blu-ray is basically a reissue of the previous Blu-ray release. It does have some new content and most of the content from previous releases is included. New special features include a gallery of some of the artwork from the 30th Annivserary traveling art show, alternative takes (from 4:3 TV broadcasts), Ray Parker Jr's music video, a high quality transfer of the Ghostbusters trailer and a round table discussion between Dan Aykroyd and Ivan Reitman. The actual movie transfer appears to be the same as the last 4K Mastered release with only minor changes with sharpness, brightness and coloration. If you already have the most recent Ghostbusters Blu-ray release, this might not be worthwhile to pick up unless you have to see the new special features. What you aren't going to want to miss is the Ghostbusters 2 Blu-ray release however...
The Ghostbusters 2 Blu-ray is amazing to finally have. This Blu-ray was original planned to be released FIVE years ago for the 20th Anniversary of Ghostbusters 2, but for some reason it was not. Lets just say that as paultry as the selection of special features is, they are worth seeing. There are a full six minutes of deleted scenes (spoilers here) that could have changed the whole tone of the movie. There are unfortunately a few good ones we would have liked to have seen included that were not, but perhaps one day. One of the best special features on the Blu-ray (and there are really only 4 in total) was a collection of original Ghostbusters 2 trailers, one of which was very interesting (I'll leave that up to you to discover). As for the actual transfer of the film, since Ghostbusters 2 was filmed on a higher quality film stock, the quality of the transfer is amazing. Colors, levels and everything is exactly as it is intended. Since it is several times the quality and resolution of DVD, there are a TON of new things to discover, and having watched through the film over the weekend... you will discover them!