2012 Summer Screenings

Suddenly…screenings everywhere!

Now until July 3rd @Giant Screen Cinema in Birmingham UK

Monday, July 2nd Free outdoor screening @8:30pm (pre-show starts at 7:00pm) Coney Island, Brooklyn NY

Friday, July 6th Free outdoor screening (and free popcorn!) @8:00pm, The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown Washington DC

Sunday, July 8th Free outdoor screening @9:00pm, Riverdale Park East, Toronto Ontario

Saturday, July 14th Outdoor screening (doors open @7:00pm), Fremont Outdoor Cinema, Seattle WA

Thursday, July 26th Free outdoor screening, Liberty Lands, Philidelphia PA

Friday, August 3rd Paramount Theatre @8:00pm, Oakland CA

Saturday, August 11th North Carolina Museum of Art @9:00pm, Raleigh NC WITH a Dinner and Movie option starting at 7:00pm.

Saturday, August 18th Free outdoor screening @9:30pm, College Football Hall of Fame, South Bend IN


Notice any missing? Leave a comment or contact us on our FB page!

Chicago, St. Louis & Ontario; CHV signings coming your way!


Crystal Head has just recently announced some upcoming dates for the summer & early fall; so if they’re in your area, why not go meet Dan Aykroyd and get your bottle of Crystal Head Vodka signed?

Thursday July 12
From 4:00 PM  to  6:00 PM
151 N State Street, Chicago IL 60601

Sam’s Club
Saturday July 14
From 1:00 PM  to  3:00 PM
4512 Lemay Ferry Rd., St. Louis, MO 63129

Saturday September 22
From 1:00 PM  to  3:00 PM
275 Rideau Street, Ottawa ON, K1N 5Y3

Friday September 28
From 5:00 PM  to  7:00 PM
3050 Wonderland Road South, London, ON N6L 1A6

Saturday September 29
From 1:00 PM  to  3:00 PM
6975 Meadowvale Town Centre, Mississauga, ON L5N 2W7

Seth MacFarlane studied Ghostbusters while making guy-teddy bear buddy flick, Ted.

Seth “Family Guy” MacFarlane is making the move to the silver screen, but not with one of this hit TV shows, but an actual buddy flick, Ted. Now, it’s true, Ted is about a guy and his not-so-imaginary friend, a talking teddy-bear, but it’s still a big step away from the anything-goes cartoons he’s used to. How did he plot the line between real and absurd? He watched Ghostbusters;

What made you want a CGI talking teddy bear in your first film?
All of my experience has been in animation, so I felt it would be good to include an animated element. But making Ted was also about finding a balance between that sort of sledgehammer-realism of modern comedy, at least in that Judd Apatow style, and capturing the style of comedy that I loved in the ’80s, movies like Back to the Future and Ghostbusters. Those movies were funny for adults, but they also had an element of showmanship to them; there was an element of un-realism. It was always very well-balanced.

Ghostbusters is a movie that we looked to often during Ted’s production process, because it’s a movie that essentially takes place in the real world; New York City is presented as New York City and the characters are all very realistic, but there’s this one element that’s completely unrealistic. By keeping everything else very grounded, they earned that. You don’t have wacky characters in a wacky situation—you have grounded and real characters and one wacky situation for them to deal with.

I hope Ted establishes the modern version of what those ’80s movies accomplished: combining real characters with a fun, outrageous, summer comedy premise.

Club Ecto-1 members get email revealing thank you gift – Glow-In-The-Dark Slimer!

Going by a post made by the Ghostbusters of the Ozarks, it looks like Mattel has been emailing Club Ecto-1 members to let them know what their promised thank you gift will be – based on a Slimer figure produced to go along with an SDCC exclusive Egon from 2009, those holding a now defunct membership will receive a glow-in-the-dark Slimer. He’s about 2.5 inches in size and comes with a stand. As previously mentioned by Mattel, he’ll come loose in a bag, not boxed or carded.

Screenshot of email posted by the GBotO after the jump.
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Ghostheads – Episode 31 now online!

Ghostheads – Episode 31

“Earth’s Mightiest Ghostheads”


Podcast page

Opening – Minutes 0:44 – 1:26

News – Minutes 1:27 – 10:59

New Stay Puft Marshmallows less caffeine
Ernie Hudson in Hospital for surgery
Stay Puft ornament early pics
Extreme Ghostbusters prototypes

Word from our sponsor – Minutes 11:00 – 11:20

Interview with Erin from Minions of Gozer – Minutes 11:21 – 34:54

Lupus walk / Donations

Interview with Brock from Alabama Ghostbusters – Minutes 34:55 – 1:16:50

Tornado Relief

Closing – Minutes 1:16:51 – 1:22:30

Email your questions/comments/suggestions to ghostheads@gmail.com