Ghostbusters: Afterlife

So far, we’ve only seen one trailer for the upcoming sequel Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Though the trailer offered an intriguing premise that mixed the vibe of Super 8 with the paranormal activity and legacy of the original Ghostbusters, the major criticism being lobbied at the movie was that it didn’t look like it had the same comedic influence that made the original so memorable. That’s to be expected when you don’t have a cast of Saturday Night Live and Second City cast members, but don’t worry, because co-star Finn Wolfhard says the movie is “really funny” while also being “really faithful” to the series. Read More »

Ghostbusters Ecto Goggles Prop Replica

While Hasbro is unveiling a whole new line of Ghostbsuters action figures and bringing back The Real Ghostbusters figures from decades ago, the folks at Hollywood Collectibles are delivering prop replicas inspired by the real gear the boys in beige use to bust spooks, spectres, and ghosts. Their latest addition is a Ghostbusters Ecto Goggles prop replica, modeled after the same set worn by Dr. Ray Stantz (Dan Aykroyd), allowing him to easily spot ghosts that need to be trapped. Check them out below. Read More »

The Real Ghostbusters Action Figures

Now that Hasbro has the toy license for the Ghostbusters franchise, including the upcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife, they’re making good use of it. We’ve already gotten a glimpse of the first wave of action figures inspired by the original Ghostbusters movie from 1984, but Hasbro is also reaching back to the time Ghostbusters spent animated on Saturday mornings.

First up, this spring will see Hasbro re-releasing the first wave of The Real Ghostbusters action figures that were originally released on shelves by Kenner in 1987. On top of that, some Ghostbusters role-playing gear will return to shelves, with some updates inspired by Ghostbusters: Afterlife, but a design style reminiscent of the Real Ghostbusters toy line. Read More »

Hasbro Ghostbusters Figures

Hasbro has taken over the Ghostbusters license for toys and collectibles. That means we’ll be getting Ghostbusters: Afterlife figures sometime this summer when the movie comes out. But before we see what the merchandise looks like for the anticipated sequel, Hasbro is reaching back to the original Ghostbusters movie to create a new line of figures with the classic characters. Who made it into the first wave of Hasbro Ghostbusters action figures, and what do you get if you collect them all? Find out below. Read More »

Ghostbusters Edible Stay Puft Marshmallow Man

Now that Valentine’s Day is finished, the next holiday that retail stores are getting ready to shove down your throat is Easter, the religious holiday that inexplicably results in endless amounts of candy, ranging from chocolate bunnies to jelly bean eggs. But this season the candy aisle will be getting a big dose of a certain marshmallow destructor from a beloved 1980s classic.

In honor of the original Ghostbusters (and perhaps the forthcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife), there’s a new edible Stay Puft marshmallow man that you can get your hands on. In fact, this marshmallow man is actually bigger than your hands, and he looks ready to destroy your diet and your digestive system. Check it out below. Read More »

International Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trailer

The first trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife brought the franchise back yet again, this time with a heavy dose of nostalgia in the vein of Super 8 and Stranger Things. One of the chief complaints about this first trailer is that it didn’t have any comedy, a trademark of the original franchise that hailed from bona fide comedians from the likes of Saturday Night Live, The Second City and other comedy institutions. But a slightly different international cut of the Ghostbusters: Afterlife trailer does add a couple moments of humor, as well as a bit more proton pack action. Read More »

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trailer Breakdown

The first Ghostbusters: Afterlife trailer arrived this morning, delivering a heavy dose of nostalgia in the form of an Amblin-style adventure that looks like it came straight out of the ’80s. Even though the trailer does have plenty of fan service in it, this sequel, which is a direct follow-up to the first two films in the franchise, looks rather promising. Naturally, there were plenty of interesting details for us to pluck out and note, including a bunch of Easter eggs. Read More »

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trailer

It’s been 35 years since the original Ghostbusters saved the world, but almost nobody remembers that fateful night. The world is about to be reminded just how scary the paranormal can be when Ghostbusters: Afterlife brings back some ghosts that need to be busted. Watch the first Ghostbusters: Afterlife trailer below to see something strange happening the neighborhood yet again. Read More »

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In this edition of sequel bits:

  • Patrick Wilson is down for more Insidious movies.
  • Wes Craven’s estate is taking new Nightmare on Elm Street pitches.
  • Behold a very colorful Bad Boys For Life poster.
  • Edward Furlong was “bummed out” about his Terminator: Dark Fate cameo.
  • Tell your mom: there’s already a Downton Abbey sequel in the works.

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2019 Hallmark Movie Ornaments

It may only be mid-November, but people are already getting out their Christmas and holiday decorations up a little bit early. Maybe it’s because each new day brings with it another nightmare that we just want a little bit of cheer greeting us each day. No matter the reason, Hallmark is helping beef up your Christmas tree again this year with a new set of Keepsake Ornaments.

We’ve already featured a bunch of ornaments from Star Wars, Pixar Animation, Marvel Studios and DC Comics. Now we have an assortment of miscellaneous movie-inspired ornaments from a variety of our favorite movies, including Ghostbusters, Blade Runner, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Jurassic Park, A Christmas Story, and more. Check them all out below. Read More »