My friend Carey, roaming the streets of London, sent me this picture from The Prince Charles Cinema – they will be holding a big Ghostbusters screening event on March 3rd, so mark your calendars and dust off your uniform! Head here for more details!
Time for a new episode of the Ghostheads podcast – this week, they chat all things Ghostbusters as well as chat with The Minions of Gozer, the New York-based group that is putting on all those awesome shadowcast screenings of Ghostbusters! This includes PC editor Ryan!
Opening – Minutes 0:44 – 3:00
Interview with Ryan, Eryn, and Angela of The Minions of Gozer – Minutes 3:21 – 35:17
Word from our sponsor – Minutes 3:01 – 3:20
Closing – Minutes 35:18 – 39:07
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Time to apply those valuable lessons from Ghostbusters to the working week! Mindflash has created an infographic of how things like “Don’t Cross the Streams” can help when combining efforts to take down an almost disastrous foe!
Friday February 03, from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Total Wine & More, Northtown Plaza
691 Naamans Road, Claymont DE 19703 See listing at Crystal Head Vodka website (age affirmation required) Call ahead to double check event takes place.
Pennsylvania band The Almighty Terribles will be performing live at a screening of Ghostbusters, April 14th, at the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas in Bethlehem – it’s part of ArtsQuest’s “Soundtrack Comes Alive” series and it looks like it can’t be missed, so if you’re in the Harrisburg area, think about it. The concept is that the movie plays sans soundtrack, which the band recreates, sometimes faithfully and sometimes from scratch.
Tickets cost $13, and $10 for students, seniors and ArtsQuest members. Go here for more information. And if you attend, let us know how it goes! Big nods to Grim Santos for the heads up.