Tampa Bay GBs get some nice Halloween press coverage.


The Tampa Bay Ghostbusters – charity enthusiasts and frequent IDW comic cover models – have been featured in a detailed and sizable article in the St. Petersburg Times.

Creel, 31, has been a fan of Ghostbusters since it debuted in 1984. Over the years, he’s watched the movie, the 1989 sequel and the animated TV shows that followed more times than he can count. One of his best moments was when Dan Aykroyd, a co-star who helped write the movie, signed his ghost-fighting proton gun.

Creel’s Belleair living room is a shrine to his spooky passion, which he’d love to spin into a job. He’s got Ghostbusters stuff galore, from autographed posters to a containment unit for storing “negatively charged ectoplasmic entities.”

Creel and his friends are as much fans of the movie as they are prop builders. It’s not unusual for them to spend weeks or months making a proton pack or ghost trap to exact specifications outlined on gbfans.com.

Bonus kudos for GBFans.com!

Ghostheads episode 18 now online!


Just in time for Halloween, the guys at the Ghostheads podcast have just posted their 18th episode;

Ghostheads episode 18 is live, well live on tape!! In this episode it’s a more Halloween focused episode. Luke and Jason cover the big to do at the 2010 Scream Awards, the latest one-shot comic from IDW, New Hampshire GB gets an interview on the local ABC affiliate, and Mattel’s posting of the PKE Meter for December. Questions, comments, suggestions? E-mail them to ghostheads @ gmail.com. Have a happy and safe Halloween, we’ll catch you in November!!

Ghostheads – Episode 18

“Now is the Season of Evil! Evil?”

http://ghostheads.protoncharging.com/episodes/ghep18.mp3

Opening – Minutes 0:46 – 1:53

Topics – Minutes 1:54 – 22:00

* Bill Murray at the 2010 Scream Awards
* IDW’s What the Samhain Just Happened?
* NHGB’s on ABC’s The Chronicle
* Mattel posts sales page for PKE Meter

Commercial – Minutes 15:45 – 16:05

Closing – Minutes 22:01 – 26:04

(Proton Charging is a proud sponsor and file host for Ghostheads – Suck it, NPR!)

Trap Em All design coming to a t-shirt near you! [UPDATE]

[UPDATE]
Their FAQ has a list of countries they ship to;
http://www.teefury.com/faq.php

And for everyone wondering about the colours;

The t-shirt creator doesn’t think they have other colours, but he did say that the actual shirts aren’t as they look in the photo. It’s actually an off-white rather than yellow, and a light blue instead of pastel-blue.

If you followed coverage of The Autumn Society’s 3G art show, you’ll likely recall Scott Derby’s amazing Trap Em All design, heavily inspired by both Ghostbusters and classic tattoo styling. And a few of you even said it should be turned into a t-shirt.

Well, guess what…?

The shirts will be available November 1st at Tee Fury – for more information, check out The Autumn Society’s post on the shirt. BUT! It will only be available for 24 hours (as with all Tee Fury shirts)! The cost of the shirt is $9 with very affordable shipping (starting at $2).

Thanks to Joseph for the heads up – and, of course, being partially responsible for this awesome shirt coming into existance.

Canterbury UK and Scranton PA – Halloween screenings!

East coast UK ghostheads have a chance to catch Ghostbusters and some fireworks this Saturday, October 30th at the St. Lawrence cricket green. More info here! Cricket club page on the event is here.

The club is pleased to confirm the arrangements for this year’s Film and Fireworks Extravaganza on October 30.

Gates open: 5.30pm
Outdoor screening of Ghostbusters (courtesy of Screen on the Green) : 6.00pm
Interval and Fancy Dress Competition, for all ages, with great prizes: 7.00pm
Movie resumes: 7.20pm
Fantastic Fireworks commence: 8.20pm

Funfair/arcades plus food and drink all evening.

Tickets:
Adults : £10
Juniors (5-16): £5
Family Ticket (2 adults, 2 juniors): £25

And Pennsylvania ghostheads in the Scranton area, the Backyard Ale House is hold two screenings – the first is tomorrow night at 9PM and the second is Thursday at midnight! The event Facebook page is here. thanks to Jason Davis for the heads up! Sounds like a great time – check this out;

Wednesday will be the 4th in our series of great nights of Drinks and a Movie on the Patio when we turn our Backyard Patio into an Outdoor Movie Theater.

We are pleased to present Drinks and a Movie on the Patio!

The Tent is up and the heaters are on!

The Movie we will be enjoying for this special night is another one of our favorites:
Ghostbusters

The Drink to celebrate this night we will be:
$3 Ecto-coolers and $10 Halloween Variety Buckets

Snacks will be provided and there is no cover to enjoy this special night of Drinks and a Movie on the Backyard Patio!

Cheers!