Ghostbusters is a complete classic. Before it became the movie that spawned toys, a great cartoon, videogames and sequels which vary in success and quality, it is easy to forget that this was just a simple, paranormal comedy. The fact … Continue reading Ghostbusters (1984) Review
Stripes could also be called Ghostbusters do war. It is missing Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson but does star Bill Murray and Harold Ramis, as well as being directed by the same man who helmed the supernatural comedy, Ivan Reitman. What … Continue reading Stripes (1981) Review
I wonder if The Crow wasn’t so infamous, whether it would be remembered as fondly as it actually is. I watched The Crow because I’d heard it was a cult classic, a Gothic revenge movie that many people hold close to … Continue reading The Crow (1994) Review
It’s difficult reviewing a movie that was such a huge and influential part of my childhood without just gushing about it and writing a shining review which doesn’t really do the movie justice or reflect its true quality. I watched Ghostbusters … Continue reading Ghostbusters 2 (1989) Review
About a month ago I caught the end of Ghostbusters 2. It was brilliant. I found myself reciting key lines and getting excited about seeing moments that I don’t think I’d watched since I was at leat a teenager. The Ghostbusters were a huge part of my childhood. I loved both films, the tv show, I had books, toys, bedsheets and wallpaper. I was (and still am) a huge fan. So any news about a new Ghostbusters film should be met with unbridled joy and excitement… but no. I think it is a terrible idea. Here’s why; 1. No Bill … Continue reading Why they shouldn’t make Ghostbusters 3!