Retroist Ghostbusters Podcast

Retroist Ghostbusters Podcast

Welcome to the Retroist Ghostbusters Podcast. On today’s show I talk all about the smash comedy Ghostbusters. This movie was one of my favorites as a kid and I am happy to revisit on the podcast. I talk about the story, the casting, and the films success and release. Then I move on and talk about all the stuff it inspired off-screen. Video Games, Books, Comic Books, Cartoons, Cereal, I talk about it all.

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3 thoughts on “Retroist Ghostbusters Podcast

  1. OffisaPups says:

    Allow me to be an uber-dork for a moment and mention a fun little Ghostbuster tie in. You always wanted to be a Ghostbuster? Have a bunch of six sided dice laying around? Then you shoudl try the Ghostbuster RPG by West End Games.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghostbusters_RPG

    As always, great show Retroist!

  2. Agree with OffisaPups about the show, Retroist!

    I still have that Ghostbusters RPG and it is indeed a wonderful, and fun filled game. Any boxed set that gives you xerox copies of a Ghostbusters franchise form to be filled out just brings a smile to this geeks face. :)

    I was the game master for Ghostbusters during lunch in High-School for almost a year. Then we jumped over to DC Heroes game, also by West End gaming. Ah, glorious days they were.

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