Sony sets GB Blu-Ray date at CES

SPHE revealed some details on their 2009 line-up of Blu Ray releases, including Ghostbusters, which they announced will be released on June 16th.

Here’s a complete breakdown of the Ghostbusters Blu-ray special features:
All-New Exclusive Special Features

* Digitally Mastered Audio and Video
* Slimer Mode: Picture-in-Picture Graphical Viewing Experience with an examination of the spook-hunters’ firehouse headquarters, an in-depth exploration of the creatures in the Ghostbusters mythology, behind-the-scenes discussions of making the movie, new cast, crew and special effects artists interviews and much more!
* Featurette: Ecto-1: Resurrecting the Classic Car
* Ghostbusters Garage: Ecto-1 Gallery
* Collectible 32 Page Scrapbook

Additional Special Features

* Filmmakers’ Commentary with Ivan Reitman, Harold Ramis and Joe Medjuck
* Featurette: 1984 – The Making of Ghostbusters – Interviews with the cast and crew
* Featurette: Interviews with Cast and Crew
* Featurette: SFX Team – Includes Before and After Multi-Angle Explorations
* Scene Cemetery – 10 Deleted Scenes
* Audio: English, Spanish (Castilian), French (Parisian), Portuguese (Brazil)
* Subtitles: English, Spanish (Latin Am), French (Parisian), Portuguese (Brazil), Dutch, Arabic
* Storyboard Comparisons
* Closed Captioned

No word on the GB/GB2 double-collectors set, or the collectors extras, but it’s nice to know it’s got a hard release date now (plus, it sounds like they are aiming to release it at the same time as the game, according to The Digital Bits.)

Thanks to Matthew for the heads up.

On your marks… get set…

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Entertainment Weekly has called Ghostbusters THE funniest comedy in the last 25 years;

In the summer of 1984, the only pop-culture question more common than ”Where’s the beef?” was ”Who you gonna call?” The dream trio of Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis was the epitome of sarcastic comedy cool, battling slimy ghosts, the nosy Environmental Protection Agency, and a giant Stay-Puft marshmallow man.

The commenting pedants don’t agree – haters. Thanks to Nevil for the spot.

Ray Parker Jr. performed Ghostbusters on Japanese TV, backed by a Japanese boy-band… I think.

The man looks good – it has to be said. Thanks to Andreas and mp3j0ker for that one.