Too bad No Small Children's amazing cover of the GB theme (played during the credits) wasn't included on the soundtrack; it's by far the definitive version to represent GB16.
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A friend and I recently flew from St. Louis, Missouri to Los Angeles for the Hollywood Premiere of Ghostbusters . We managed to get the packs on the plane without any real difficulty, but there are several steps that need to be taken. 1. Proton Packs need to be checked luggage. Taking them on as car...
That bottom image is one of my favorite photos of the inside of a replica pack.
Thank you so much for getting measurements and taking such clear straight-on photos. It's so nice to see that the spirit of information-sharing hasn't completely died in this community.
With the movie being as good as it is, even this goofy car has grown on me...
People seem to forget that the original film had its share of sexist jokes. Venkman's "food service or housekeeping industries" line to Janine is my least favorite part of GB1.
It struck me this morning that tbe Mark 3 Proton Packs didn't really receive any detail/close-up/beauty shots, leaving us a bit in the dark about the animation of the animated elements, and the function of the switches on the Proton Gun. I don't even think we see anything on-screen that reveals the...
What sort of pack is your new one; RGB or GB1/2? Cardboard really isn't ideal for proton packs, especially for lode-bearing points like the gun mount. You might try rebuilding parts of the pack out of foam-core board, which is inexpensive and easy to work with. For reinforcement, you could have a bl...
montclaire wrote:What would be an appropriate viewing age for this film? Language/adult content?
The movie is a very family-friendly PG-13. There wasn't really much profanity, and there was a bit of crude humor and innuendo.
Alex Newborn wrote:Target ripped the clearance tags off the GB2016 merchandise an put it all back up to full price.
Considering how amazing the film was, I think there will now be some definite demand for those figures. Glad I got mine on clearance last week.
So far we have the St. Louis, Georgia, Steel City, and Tennessee groups attending. Any word on who else is going?
Have fun with the tripod traps. You are absolutely within your right to keep all information regarding these props to yourself. It's kind of sad that the spirit of sharing information that helped build the prop-building aspect of this fandom is slowly dying. I guess we'll just have to rely on hard w...
It also looked like a complicated setup, why use wireless technology just to have it spit out the pedal instead of opening the trap with the remote? I was wondering that as well. It's also unclear whether or not the trap has wheels of any kind or if it just "slides" into position. ...I'm ...
I wonder if the car is on some kind of tour right now; if so, it would be useful to know its schedule.
SpaceBallz wrote:They're REALLY pushing that proton glove thing.
Depending on how successful the film is, there could very well be a replica or toy version in the near future.
Another detail that suggests that the beacon casing is either custom or non-pro (such as a DJ light) is that during some of the location shooting, there was a strip of blue tape around the seam between the silver casing and yellow lens when it rained; obviously they were worried about the electronic...
It's not a bad cover. It kind of reminds me of a Ghostbusters cover you might hear on one of those Halloween CDs; not amazing, but definitely a serviceable version.
Scum wrote:Am I the only one who watched the Japanese version and found the chubby one kinda hot?
Nothing wrong with that! Everyone deserves to be thought of as beautiful by at least someone.
The video was really cute; it had all the cheesiness of the original, but with that fun Japanese sensibility.
Kingpin wrote:As was mentioned in another topic, while those ghosts are blown apart and "chipped", it doesn't mean they've actually been destroyed.
Mass cannot be created or destroyed...
Not really much time to be out there. :( had I known about this sooner I would have prepared a week vacation out of this! I know. Typical of Sony to announce this little over a week before the event. We'll be arriving at LAX around noon on Friday, and getting over to the hotel around 3 or 4. We're ...
What hotel(s) will everyone be staying at? We'll be at the Highland Gardens Hotel near the theater.
We should all definitely try to meet up at some point; go to dinner, maybe venture out to Sony (time permitting), etc.
Yeah, I guess I'll be seeing the movie at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood on the 9th.
The Greater St. Louis Ghostbusters received invitations and RSVP confirmations for the premiere in Hollywood. At least two of us (myself included) will be attending.
This should be a really fun event!
I believe that the terror dogs at Universal were animatronic, but I'm not 100% certain.
I'm also unsure about the terror dog "suit". It doesn't look right at all. Maybe it's a prototype of sorts, or possibly production-made but never used on screen.
I'm really surprised there isn't more excitement about this. Hopefully when PiH holds the preview day, someone can go and get some better photos of the tripod traps.
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