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- Watching the flood news in my old hometown with awe – stay dry, Calgary Ghosthea…
Watching the flood news in my old hometown with awe – stay dry, Calgary Ghostheads…
- Did you know Frank "Ray Stantz" Welker did stand up in his early career? Did you…
Did you know Frank "Ray Stantz" Welker did stand up in his early career? Did you know he cut an album? Did you know you can buy in on Ebay?
Voice Actor FRANK WELKER "Almost Sold Out" (1988) Rare OOP Vinyl LP Comedy Album
Voice Actor FRANK WELKER "Almost Sold Out" (1988) Rare OOP Vinyl LP Comedy Album in Music , Records |eBay
- Big ups to our pal Nick "NY Scout" Carr for getting featured on Gawker. Long tim…
Big ups to our pal Nick "NY Scout" Carr for getting featured on Gawker. Long time readers will remember Nick's blog posts on Ghostbusters shooting locations and our joint-contest to find the GB2 birthday party Brownstone!
Ask a New York City Movie Location Scout Anything You Want
Did you know there's an abandoned swimming pool in the basement of the Woolworth Building? Did you know there's an abandoned Cold War-era missile silo buried under a log cabin in the Adirondacks? Do you have any idea what happened with the filming location of Ghostbusters or Annie Hall? Nope! But Ni…
- Hey Staten Island, Minions of Gozer this weekend! Also two bands, The Melonfarm…
- Best! Blog! EVAR!
- Well, at least he got it out of his system.
- Ghostbusters: TVG PC – $2.50 http://bit.ly/193hbHQ
Ghostbusters: TVG PC – $2.50 http://bit.ly/193hbHQ
[Games] GamersGate – Ghostbusters for pc for $2.49 and Two Worlds II for pc for $5.99 -…
http://www.gamersgate.com/offers It seems like a pretty decent deal to me. http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-TW2/two-worlds-2 Also Two Worlds II for $5.99
- Any GB2 'shippers out there?
Any GB2 'shippers out there?
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- In a piece from Entertainment Weekly, Rogen finds his new movie, This Is The End…
In a piece from Entertainment Weekly, Rogen finds his new movie, This Is The End has a sort of Ghostbusters vibe.
Q. You mentioned the science of making an action/comedy film, and one of the things I kept thinking when I was watching the movie was that it had a really similar tone to Ghostbusters. Was that something you used as a reference point?
A. You know what’s funny? We didn’t really talk about it that much when we were making the movie, if at all, but then I think when we watched it afterwards, we were like, “Oh, Ghostbusters!” [Laughs] It is, obviously, one of mine and Evan’s favorite movies of all time. I’ve seen it so many times, I probably know every word to it. I wasn’t surprised in retrospect, because it was one of our favorite movies. And then when I started to think about it, I think one of the things that makes it funny is that their reactions are how you feel like you and your friends would react, you know? They’re always running away from the threat; they’re never running towards it. They’re always very reluctant in having to deal with the bad stuff. No one’s brave; no one’s a hero. I think that’s what makes it funny. And in that movie, I think they treat the threat as real as anything.
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