In case you've been living under a rock, Ghostbusters is on its way back to theatres completely remastered, and there's a new Blu-ray box set on the way that looks to be to die for! Need more geek fuel? Check out this trailer!
Now that we're just a month away from the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con, expect to be seeing lots of announcements, and up now is Funko with its first exclusives, which happen to feature your favorite parapsychology professors.
BookExpo America is a massive event, hosting nearly every publisher on the planet. To walk into it and say, "I've got it easy... I'll just be covering horror and spooky-themed titles!" is LAUGHABLE. Team Dread hit the show hard this year, determined to squeeze it for all it was worth...
Yes indeed, there is new information regarding Ghostbusters 3, including a new character, casting and plenty more to sink your teeth into. Who ya gonna call? Nobody right now! You're going to click on into this article and find out what your favorite ectoplasm-covered heroes are up to.
Since it's the 30th anniversary and all, the internet is currently in the midst of a Ghostbusters frenzy, and it's quite frankly a beautiful thing. On tap for you today are two little things that we feel will be of interest to super fans so read on if you ain't afraid of no ghosts!
Back in 2011 Ghostbusters embarked on a bit of a theatrical revival, playing on screens across the country. I was lucky enough to experience the film on the big screen with an audience of fellow super fans, and it was quite frankly the geek equivalent of a religious experience...
And the merry-go-round that is Sony's Ghostbusters reboot/sequel continues spinning as some more non-news has hit the Net with regard to the long-gestating project's director. The Wrap reports that a name familiar to the horror crowd is now in the mix...
A new line of collectible products made possibly by an agreement with Sony Pictures Consumer Products, the social media phenomenon known as Domo will be cast in recognizable scenes from Ghostbusters is slated to hit shelves in fall 2014.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the release of Ghostbusters, one of the most iconic and beloved movies of all time. In tribute to our ghostbusting pals, Los Angeles' Gallery 1988 is celebrating the film with a traveling art show, which fittingly kicks off this weekend in New York City.
It was announced awhile back that Ivan Reitman wouldn't be directing Sony's Ghostbusters reboot/sequel and that the directing duo from The Lego Movie were stepping in to take the reins. That was then. Everything is not awesome.
Earlier this week we learned that while Ivan Reitman won't be directing Sony's Ghostbusters reboot/sequel, the studio is looking to start production early next year, with Reitman helping them to find a replacement director. And it looks like he's found not one, but two of them. Read on, if you aint afraid of no ghosts!
It's a true tragedy that the principals behind Ghostbusters III sat on the project so long. There's no denying that although this news is good, it's bittersweet. Harold Ramis' presence will be sorely missed.
It was the mid-80s. I couldn’t have been older than seven or eight... three feet of trouble in constant search of quality entertainment. It didn’t matter if it was unearthed outdoors or discovered on a couch in Los Angeles at my Uncle Frank’s house.
In the midst of all the Ghostbusters related updates while we're still mourning the passing of Harold Ramis, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man made an appearance in the city of angels, Los Angeles.
While we're all still mourning from the announcement that the wonderful Harold Ramis has passed on, Sony Pictures chimed in today with a quick update on the status of the long talked about Ghostbusters III.