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.
I’ve yet to watch ABC’s The Goldbergs. Heck, I just found out about it only an hour ago, but they do have my hooked, lined and sinker for this Tuesday’s special Halloween episode.
Ghostbusters? Jeff Garlin? George Segal wearing a “Venkman” uniform? SOLD!
The promo pilot that was released earlier this year also featured a few nods to the franchise:
For those who missed it, here’s one of the more memorable scenes from the episode:
The fine folks over at Cinefix sent over the below video and we must say that’s pretty darn impressive!
Who ya gonna call? The Homemade Ghostbusters take down plastic bag Slimer with plunger powered proton packs and only in-camera effects! Homemade Movies ain’t afraid of no ghost.
And just for fun, how about a comparison video featuring the original film:
Oh, and just for kicks, enjoy this behind-the-scenes video:
For additional videos, be sure to check out Cinefix’s YouTube channel.
Athen from Star Cars, a popular automotive themed web series, just sent over their newest episode. The focus? Two replica Ecto-1′s!
Here’s the shows description:
Athena finds not one, but two of the rarest Star Cars in the world, the Ecto-1 (aka Ectomobile). Based off a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado ambulance, Ecto-1 starred alongside Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, and Ernie Hudson in the Ghostbusters franchise. The car made appearances in both feature films, The Real Ghostbusters animated series, comics, and video games. Athena talked with the replica owners about the highs and lows of owning such an old car, fired up the proton packs, and even got an inside look at original production drawings of alternate vehicles.