I had to go see this one though. I loved it. I was bombarded with Ray Parker Jr. all summer and we loved it. Anyone who says they did not sing along when Ghostbusters came on the radio with a smile on their face needs to think harder.
It is a pop culture phenomenon that has lasted and survived over the ages thanks to a very well done cartoon and even a mediocre sequel. Netflix has a documentary called Ghostheads available. If you like conventions, cosplay, and are passionate about anything, I recommend you give it a go.
There won’t be a “get the skinny on Ghostbusters 2016″, because the movie just does not interest me. I was hopeful for a new team all new adventures, maybe even bring back Kylie from Extreme Ghostbusters.
http://www.denofgeek.com/uk/tv/extreme- … ed-cartoon
I was so stoked to hear about an all female cast. I was even pushing for Tina Fey. Perhaps Tina was asked and when she saw the script she said no, but I think it has more to do with a relationship between Feig and Mc Carthy. No not that kind of relationship, I am talking about when a director and an actor work very well together.
I have seen cosplay after cosplay of the new uniforms, Ghostheads are eager, they are thirsty and like any other fan, they are loyal to their brand.
I admit I have thought more than once about building a Ghostbuster costume complete with Proton Pack and trap. I still might. It also might be a G.I.JOE version of a Ghostbuster but that is just me. A military ghostbustin’ team…is something I have given serious thought to more than once.
If you want to see it go see it if you don’t want to go see it, then don’t but be honest with yourself about why. Then be honest with others when you do discuss the film.
The number one song of 1984 for three weeks: