The fourth episode of The Alabama Ghostbusters web series is now available! What are you waiting for? Watch it below!
The Michigan Ghostbusters are back with the very first webisode of season three!
The boys are back! Their equipment is still impounded and the only way the boys can get them back is if they help the mayor deal with a vengeful ghost.
When not geeking out at last weeks New York Comic Con, Ghostbusters of British Columbia members Todd Whalen & Ryan Doell shot the below “location tour”, showcasing some of the must visit spots from the original Ghostbusters film:
Wait… that’s Canada vs. U.S.A… aaaaaah hell…
It’s no lie that we’ve always been huge supporters of female Ghostbusters fans showing off their inner geekdom. That’s why this brand new photo shoot featuring Fiona of the Ghostbusters of British Columbia certainly caught our attention.
Check out the preview gallery below, then head on over to Meg Super Photography for the rest of the images:
Fiona channels whats seems to be pin-up models from the 1940′s to make this shoot work. We also love that it’s sexy, yet not trashy. It’s certainly a perfect blend.
The third episode of The Alabama Ghostbusters web series is now available! What are you waiting for? Watch it below!
ANNOUNCEMENT: Ghostbusters screening introduced by Ivan Reitman happening in Toronto – We’ll be there!
On July 20th, the Toronto International Film Festival will play host to a screening of the original Ghostbusters film. What makes this so special? It’s being introduced by the director of the famed paranormal comedy, Ivan Reitman!
Here’s the press release:
Ivan Reitman introduces his blockbuster paranormal comedy
Saturday July 20th
Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis star as three misfit parapsychologists who go into business ridding New York City of assorted ghosts and ghouls and become media celebrities in the process.
Comedy titan Ivan Reitman has been associated with some of the biggest box office successes in Canadian cinema. He produced David Cronenberg’s breakthrough features — Shivers (74) and Rabid(76) — and went on to produce and direct Meatballs (79), Bill Murray’s star-making vehicle and one the highest grossing Canadian features ever made. Reitman’s off-Broadway production of The National Lampoon Show evolved into the Universal feature National Lampoon’s Animal House (78), a huge box office hit which changed the face of comedy and gave SNL actor John Belushi his breakout film role. Reitman soon built an impressive career as one of the most reliable director-producers in Hollywood, creating a string of hit-films including Stripes (81) and Ghostbusters (84). His son, Jason Reitman, has kept the love of comedy in the family. He is the director of Thank You For Smoking (05), and the Oscar-nominated features Juno (07) and Up in the Air (09).
We’d also like to confirm that we’ll be in attendance for the screening, along with members of the Ontario Ghostbusters and Cross the Streams Radio.
Not able to go? Don’t fret! We’ll be covering the entire event and will be sure to chronicle it here on the site.
Tickets are still available over on Tiff.net.