[Update: Dave from Mass Hysteria: Hi all, just to let you all know, we are now doing a deal until Sunday, buy any 2 cards (including our most popular Ghostbusters cards) and get another random card for FREE! All orders outside the UK made before the 14th December will be dispatched in time for Christmas! Thanks for the support! ]
Earlier this year we first noticed Mass Hysteria’s amazing prop cards.
To celebrate the holiday season, they’re now offering the GB1 and GB2 cards as a limited edition set, starting at just £6!
Be sure to order yours in time for the holidays and check out their other awesome designs (although I don’t think I’ll be ordering the Human Centipede ones anytime soon…)!
Get Slimed: The Making of Slimer is now on sale for $9.99 at EonEntertainment.
Regularly $14.99, it’s on sale for $9.99. All you have to do is go to www.eonentertainment.com and enter the code CHR11GS in the box above the Get Slimed DVD cover.
Here’s some information about the documentary from their website:
Go behind the scenes into the making of one of the most iconic and recognizable creatures from any film. Special effects legend Steve Johnson takes us back to 1982 and talks about the creation of Onionhead (later known as Slimer).
We couldn’t leave this DVD alone. We’ve packed more into it than we ever planned!
- 15 minute interview with the man who made Slimer, Steve Johnson
- Over 200 behind the scenes photos of Slimer, the Librarian, and more
- Over 40 minutes of raw, behind the scenes video straight from Steve’s archives
[UPDATE: Ghost Trap Sold Out, thanks Sam for the heads up!]
If you haven’t gotten a Ghost Trap from MattyCollector or are eager to get more, definitely swing by their page today to pick one (or up to 99) up! A lot cheaper than buying one on eBay, that’s for sure!
Other figures are on sale as well, including the Mr. Stay-Puft figure.
Thanks to the Disney Ghostbusters group on Facebook and the always awesome Louisiana Ghostbusters for the heads up! Feel free to post any more deals you find down below in the comments field.
Hit the StickerYou link to the left to start your own pick-n-mix Ghostbusters vinyl sticker sheets (don’t forget you can upload Proton Charging stickers too!), and at check out use the codes below for 40% off! But it’s today only, so…
Use “BlackFriday40” for orders with up to 10 sticker pages
Use “BlackFriday10” for orders with 11 or more sticker pages
When you ask a friend what their favorite holiday films are, you can usually guess at least a few of their go-to stalwart selections… National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Gremlins, Holiday Inn, Home Alone, some may even share in my strange tastes and actually enjoy Jingle All the Way (don’t judge). You can also usually get away with passing Die Hard off as a Christmas movie as well if you bring up “Ho Ho Ho” in conjunction with machine guns. It kind of works. At least, it has for me in the past when convincing the family what flick to turn on after gorging on Thanksgiving dinner.
So, ladies and gentlemen of the scientific fanboy community I ask – is Ghostbusters II a holiday film?
I know what you’re thinking. Dear merciful demigods, Chris just gave Troy the ability to write articles for Proton Charging and he’s already babbling crazy talk, trying to rile up the calm and serene PC atmosphere like Howard Beale on the air.
But hear me out, outside from the obvious examples like the crew running around in Santa hats, Vigo wanting to return to power at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve with a rocking celebration taking place outside the museum, etc. the key component to the film is goodwill toward your fellow man (and the effects of negative attitudes, anger, and aggression), right? The themes of the sequel seem to fit in with the common themes among Christmas movies, the time of year the film takes place fits, and there is plenty of holiday imagery to accompany.
But if we’ve commonly accepted Die Hard as a Christmas film, then where does our favorite 1989 sequel to Ghostbusters fit in the fray? Only one way to find out… see if you can convince your family that, even though watching Miracle on 34th Street for the 29th time in your life sounds like a swell idea, why not try busting some heads, in a holiday sense of course?