Cross the Streams Episode 40 – Robbie Rist, David Margulies & Robert Englund

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Adam, Brendan, Dan and Matt start off by broadcasting from the Technodrome. We would like to thank everybody who participated in the last episode as well as brag about the newly released Funko Pop Ghostbusters.

This month, on the podcast, Robert Englund shows to confirm some Ghostbusters 3 news…which you’ll have to listen to hear for yourself. We then speak to legendary actor from such classics as The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as well as the recent hit Sharknado and possibly (SPOILER ALERT) Sharknado 2, Robbie Rist. Finally, we end the episode with some words by everyone’s favorite Mayor, no not Rob Ford, but David Margulies who played Mayor Lenny in the Ghostbusters film franchise.

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New Ghostbusters themed podcast launches

A brand new Ghostbusters podcast is out there! Ladies and gents, introducing the Ecto Pod!

Alright, so the show details are below, but we need to give everyone a quick heads up and let you know that this is actually the SECOND podcast from the crew at Ecto Pod. The first one had some not so hot audio, while this entry has cleared up pretty much all that.

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Show notes:

The boys are back again, bringing your monthly dose of Ghostbusters. Join Nick, Phil, Josh, and Doug, as they dive head first into the Ghostbusters 3 news, discuss Matty Collector’s Neutrino wand, plug some fans in need, and nerd out with Pop! Funko. You can contact The Ecto Pod by facebook: or

Here are the links discussed in Tobin’s Spirit Guide:

-Rick Moranis now:

-Lego cuussoo project:

-funko release:

Be sure to swing by the Ecto Pod’s Facebook page and let them know what you think!

Cross the Streams Episode 39 – A Tribute to Harold Ramis

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On February 24th the world lost an amazing talent – Writer, Director, and Actor Harold Ramis. If not for his amazing work as a comedic performer, writer, and director – our fandom would not exist.  Adam, Brendan, Dan & Matt remember Harold the best way they possibly could; by remembering him from those who worked alongside with him, worked within the Ghostbusters Universe and the people Harold had the biggest impact on – his fans. Here’s a list of those who celebrated the life of Harold Ramis alongside with us:

Michael Gross, Robin Shelby, Johnny Ruckus, Alex Newborn, Chris Weller, Vee Labbs, Brandon Lee, Dennis Carter Jr, Jeff Lewis, Paul Hettinger, Jesse Sosa, Jason Fitsimmons, Eric Bunch, Erik Burnham, Chris Gay, Northeast Ohio Ghostbusters, Martin Rousseau, Timothy Lin, Adriana Munoz, Andrew Watley, Drew Guyer, Michael Miller, Simon Carr, Eric Cudworth, Todd Whalen, Derek Chartrand Wallace, Zac Crago, Ryan E. Kemp, Scott Silver, Robert Swarez, Mike Saproni, Bo Bearden, Kevin James, Chad Paulson, Adam Marish, Carl Lyon, and Dan Shoening.

Harold might be gone from our world, but he’ll never die as long as his fans keep talking about his work.

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Show Length: 58:46
File Size: 27 MB

We’d like to thank Adam Streicher (@AdamRStreicher) for his touching cover of Ghostbusters that was used at the end of our tribute to Harold Ramis.

Cross the Streams Radio Show: Episode 38

Adam, Brendan, Dan and Matt celebrate the 5th anniversary of Ghostbusters: The Video Game by Jesse Sosa, one of the developers on the game ever since the green-light pitch. Jesse explains everything from how the game started to why Ray’s Occult was cut from the game. The guys also reflect on the online news articles written about the last episode. Hope you enjoy this look back at the behind the scenes making of the game.

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Special Guests: Jesse Sosa
Show Length: 45:56
File Size: 21.1 MB

We hope everyone enjoys the latest episode, if you have any questions, concerns, comments, or if you’d like to appear on the show, please email:

Cross the Streams Radio Show: Episode 37

Adam, Brendan, Dan and Matt get together (which had been awhile) and sat down in a green room at Pop Expo in Ottawa, Ontario to chat with Ghostbuster, Ernie Hudson. Ernie really opens up to the fans about today’s social media era, upcoming roles, cutting back appearances at conventions, Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Ernie saw the latest Star Trek, Ghostbuster Fans that keep the franchise alive, his character from *Ghostbusters*getting married in IDW’s monthly *Ghostbusters* comic book, people accepting less in today’s storytelling and much more. Why are you even reading this and not downloading the show!


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Special Guests: Ernie Hudson
Show Length: 43:59
File Size: 20.2 MB

We hope everyone enjoys the latest episode, if you have any questions, concerns, comments, or if you’d like to appear on the show, please email:

Cross the Streams Radio Show: Episode 36

Adam, Brendan, Dan and Matt chat with director IDW’s Erik Burnham & Dan Schoening about the month Ghostbusters comic book series. Erik & Dan fill us in on what the future holds for the characters and story-lines of the
comic. Matt Prov used his Javaho Gypsy Powers and conjured up an interview with the B.C. Ghostbusters and talked about the NYCC and other awesomeness. We also chat about the pack-less characters from SPOILER ALERT! Dan’s also leaving his transitional phase. Matt also brags about Brendan’s recently deceased father for the umpteenth time.


Special Guests: Dan Schoening, Erik Burnham & The Ghostbusters of B.C.
Show Length: 44:52
File Size: 20.6 MB

We hope everyone enjoys the latest episode, if you have any questions, concerns, comments, or if you’d like to appear on the show, please email:


Cross the Streams Radio Show Episode 35: Cleanin’ Up the Town

Adam, Brendan, and Dan sit down with director Anthony Bueno to discuss his upcoming documentary, ‘Cleaning up the town: Remembering Ghostbusters.’ Ant let’s us now why it’s taken years for the documentary to be put together, he tells us what it was like to interview Ivan Reitman and he even tells us an ‘Alleged” Bill Murray tale from the set of GB 2 that ended with fists flying. We also talk about this past year’s Dragon Con with Chace Ambrose and Fernando Hernandez. We find out how much work was actually involved with planning the events, panels and even twisting one’s ankle.


Special Guests: Anthony Bueno, Chace Ambrose & Fernando Hernandez
Show Length: 56:31
File Size: 26 MB

We hope everyone enjoys the latest episode, if you have any questions, concerns, comments, or if you’d like to appear on the show, please email:

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Listen to our exclusive interview with Scott Neitlich, Marketing Brand Manager at Matty Collector

Earlier today we had the opportunity to speak with Scott Neitlich, Marketing Brand Manager at Matty Collector. We touched on the brand new Ecto Goggles, Ecto-1 pre-orders and the upcoming Neutrino Wand.

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Below you’ll find some of the highlights from the interview:

- The Ecto Goggles ARE NOT considered a prop replica by Matty.

– The animations shown for the Ecto Goggles are final. A hud display was thought of, but the toy animations were decided upon because  the figure designs were already approved by Sony. Slimer’s iconic status/being highly recognizable also played a part in this.

– Safety restrictions caused the straps of the Ecto Goggles to be changed from what was shown in the film.

– Mentioned that the Nuetrino Wand possibly won’t ship to certain places in Europe. Restrictions will be much like what the PKE Meter had.

– Neutrino Wand is the name that Matty is going with. The name has been approved by Sony.

– Ghost Traps are officially done.

– The Demon Vigo Head that appeared on eBay was originally made by Matty and was planned to come with the Vigo action figure. The extra item would have caused the price to increase, therefore it was axed.

– Original 6″ line will not be able to fit into the Ecto-1 correctly. They could possibly “squish” in.

– If the minimum of Ecto-1 pre-orders are met, Winston and Egon with removable Proton Packs should follow.

– Sony shipped Matty Collector an actual Proton Pack from the film to help them make the Neutrino Wand.

– Matty Collector also visited the Sony lot to help build the new Ecto-1 toy.

– If they could make a Proton Pack, Shawn assumed it’d fall between $300-$500.

–  A Proton Pack would probably be a presale item much like the Ecto-1 and Castle Greyskull.

– A new movie or tv series COULD warrant a Proton Pack.

– The Neutrino Wand has been made with a possibility of a Proton Pack in mind.

– Future items WILL NOT show up at discount later.


Cross the Streams Radio Show Episode 34: An Afternoon With Ivan Reitman

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Adam, Brendan, and Dan head to the Toronto to watch a screening of Ghostbusters with Ivan Reitman while Matt had to venture to Chicago for “family business.” We speak with two attendees of the Ivan Reitman screening, the leader of the Ontario Ghostbusters Adriana Munoz, and Webmaster Jason Fitzsimmons (both acted as security when Ivan first took to the stage). We hope everyone enjoys the Ivan Reitman audio we captured from both the Intro and Q&A that was held before and after the screening of Ghostbusters at TIFF. Dan was lucky enough to open the Q&A up, while Brendan accidentally made Ivan get misty eyed, Adam quietly took in the whole event and Matt was in Chicago having none of this. Don’t worry, we also talk chat about this year’s SDCC and what Ghostbusters merchandise was announced at that event. Enjoy!

Special Guests: Adriana Munoz, Jason Fitzsimmons & Ivan Reitman
Show Length: 45:01
File Size: 20.7 MB

We hope everyone enjoys the latest episode, if you have any questions, concerns, comments, or if you’d like to appear on the show, please email:

Listen to our exclusive interview with Ghostbusters producer Michael C. Gross

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Producer (Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters 2, Real Ghostbusters, Twins, Kindergarden Cop), art director for National Lampoon magazine, and Ghostbusters logo designer Michael C. Gross joins us for an exclusive interview covering such topics as his break into the film industry, working on the original Ghostbusters, the letdowns & highlights of Ghostbusters 2, Ghostbusters 3 rumors and much, much more.

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