Practical VFX artist Joey Shanks simulates the proton stream effect from Ghostbusters using not much more than some flashlights, LEDs, fishing line, and long-exposures. We love how the prop Neutrino Wand cost way more than the effects.
Honest Trailers pays tribute to the classic 1984 sci-fi comedy, while poking fun at the movie’s numerous, but forgivable shortcomings. Oh, and the name they came up with for the late, great Harold Ramis is sheer genius.
Animator Monsieur Caron made this silly LEGO recreation of Ghostbusters, in which Slimer has been replaced with a special guest ghost. Now that you can buy an LEGO Ecto-1 kit, there’s no reason why you can’t make your own sequel.
(NSFW: Language, Gore) Claymation master Lee Hardcastle had Peter, Ray, Egon and Winston recreate scenes from Reservoir Dogs, Inglorious Basterds, Pulp Fiction and other Tarantino films. Also, here’s a promising pitch for Ghostbusters 3.
I tried to think of the most harmless thing. Something I loved from my childhood. Something that could never ever possibly destroy us. Mr. Stay Puft! Vote for Brett Waller’s latest LEGO creation on Cuusoo to help make it a reality.
Jerry Bennett’s wearable mashup envisions a world in which Admiral Ackbar works alongside Peter Venkmann, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler (and Winston Zeddemore) – sucking up ghosts and slimers with their proton packs.
The ultimate toy for Ghostbusters fanatics, Mattel’s Ghost Trap replica is a dead ringer for the one from the movie, and does everything that one did, except catch ghosts – or does it? (Thanks, Isaac!)