Who you gonna call?”
This replica of the sculpt of the Gozer Temple doors used in the original Ghostbusters film is based on the actual mold created by special effects legend Richard Edlund and his team at Boss Film Studios. Featuring intricate details that will thrill Ghostbusters fans, this evocative sculpt can be wall-mounted or displayed upright.
The sculpt comes with a copy of the deluxe book Ghostbusters: The Ultimate Visual History, which takes an in-depth look at over three decades of Ghostbusters fun, from the original movies to the animated shows, comics, video games, toys, and other collectibles.
Exclusive to this edition are reproductions of three blueprints used on the original Ghostbusters film to construct the miniature version of 55 Central Park West and the streets below it and the Gozer Temple set.
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Last November we talked about Titan Merchandise and their basically promotional art for what their upcoming Ghostbusters “mini” vinyl figures would look like. I had never seen an actual Titan Merchandise vinyl figure, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Which wouldn’t have mattered anyway as expectations are more then met! Continue reading “New York Toy Fair: Titan Merchandise Ghostbusters Vinyl Mini Figures” →
Titan Merchandise, a collectible company who makes vinyl mini figures posted a teaser image letting ghostheads know 12 (yes 12) GHOSTBUSTERS™ vinyl mini figures were coming to add to your collection on May 31, 2015. Continue reading “Titan Merchandise Ghostbusters Vinyl Figures Tease” →
Yesterday when I saw the Des O Gorman orientation video it reminded me of what I believe was the second evolution of Universal Studios Orlando Ghostbusters Spooktacular. In this version (which unfortunately I’ve only ever seen on YouTube long after the fact) an actor portraying my buddy Louis Tully presents to a crowd the idea of starting a Ghostbusters Incorporated franchise. All part of the “Free” business seminar.
When you heard free and “business opportunity of a lifetime” Louis had your attention. I would have been about 14 then. If I had heard that, just as I was entering high school some of my classes would have been different. As an aside I took Psychology in college because I knew it’d be interesting and in a way because of Ghostbusters.
As part of the seminar, Louis tricked, er I mean presented a video titled Be A Ghostbuster.
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Jwolfe7, a Lego fan and ghosthead not only built 55 Central Park West out of Legos, he designed it after Dana as Zuul’s 22nd floor apartment was destroyed, revealing stairs “that go up” to the ‘Gozer temple’ roof top. Maybe by Ghostbusters 40th Anniversary LEGO will actually reproduce this. Either way I can appreciate the labor of love and hours of hard work that had to have gone into this.
To see more pictures and jwolfe7’s other creations, here’s his Flickr Photostream.
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