The Ghostbusters are back, and so is Ray Stantz with his new figure from Diamond Select. Featuring Ray with a slime blower on his back from Ghostbusters 2, pieces of the firehouse diorama, and a few other fun accessories, is this one of the best Ray Stantz figures ever made? Yes – because it comes with a jar of mood slime.
Celebrating the 35th anniversary of “Ghostbusters”, Wizard World presented “Ghostbusters Fan Fest”, a two-day event in Culver City, California, to honor the best movie ever made (we may be a little biased).
My newest collection of wrestling figures will make your blood run cold and your brains leak out of your head! I am still buying WWE Zombies figures by Mattel, and this time, I force Vinny to look at the latest batch I picked up. He’s not too keen on the gross undead versions of Matt and Jeff Hardy, Finn Balor, Nakamura, Kane, and the Undertaker, but these toys are way too cool and unique to be ignored.
Richard Edlund and Sheldon Kahn discuss how they were forced to work with a tiny visual FX budget of $5 million USD, and what they did to make it look as good as it did through the magic of editing. Filmed during Ghostbusters Fan Fest.
Ray Parker Jr. and his band performed a full concert at Ghostbusters Fan Fest, doing a 15 minute version of Ghostbusters, as well as some of his other big hits during this epic set.
Ray Parker Jr. Sings an extended version of “Ghostbusters” and hangs out with the audience at Ghostbusters Fan Fest.
Father and son directing duo, Ivan and Jason Reitman, sat down to have a conversation at Ghostbusters Fan Fest, and brought a few never before seen surprises with them with alternate takes from the original movie.
Film editor Sheldon Kahn explains the origins of the Staypuft Marshmallow Man in Ghostbusters, and how the test audiences reacted the first time they saw it.