Ghostbusters Re-Release In Theaters Oct. 13th!


I had a very pleasant surprise waiting for me at my local theater this afternoon, a sign on the door announcing that it would be showing Ghostbusters this Thursday at 7pm and the following Thursday nights at the same time, one showing only.

The first thing that popped into my head was this:

The second thing was this:

Only 500 Theaters in the United States will host a screening of this re-release and to be honest I didn’t think my neck of the woods had a chance. So before you strap on your proton packs and head out the door…make sure to check your local theater to see if you are lucky enough to spend an evening with Dr. Spengler, Dr.Stantz, Dr. Venkman, and Dr. Zeddemore (In Ghostbusters: The Video Game it’s revealed that Winston had received his doctorate in Egyptology) on the big screen.

Make sure to check out the official Ghostbusters Facebook Page for some great behind the scenes photos and fan pics!

Perhaps a great outpouring of support will give us a third movie? Dan Aykrod has been very vocal on the filming starting next Spring, though Bill Murray insists it’s not set in stone yet.

Who ya gonna call?

I know the Ghostbusters theme is such a musical cliché around Halloween… I know this, yet I will still shove it in your face because of the simple fact that, everything… everything about Ghostbusters is awesome and Halloween is just another excuse for me to remind everyone of this scientific fact.

Here is a great 8-bit remix of the Main theme by The Pixbrothers (I highly recommend the track “Where is my Joypad?!“)
Ghost Busters ( 8bit Remix ) by The Pixbrothers

And for dessert how about a nice pallet cleansing 8bit remix of the Elmer Bernstein backing theme played through out the movie?
8-bit Ghostbusters Score by retroist

goodbye and farewell for now and remember, If someone asks if you are a god, you say, “yes!”

John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd Interviewed on the Today Show in 1981

John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd are interviewed by acclaimed movie critic Gene Shalit on “The Today Show” in 1981, talking about their latest release at the time, “Neighbors”, which turned out to be the last vehicle for the two, as Belushi died a few months after this interview was done. They also mention their upcoming project, “Spies Like Us”.