Ghostbusters Interdimensional Crossrip
About This Show
A podcast on everything Ghostbusters by two long-time fansite webmasters Troy Benjamin (of Ghostbusters HQ) and Chris Stewart (of Proton Charging). Join us for in-depth analysis of the latest news, commentary on goings on, and interviews with some familiar faces.
Most Recent Episode
#336 - "Ghostbusters: A Movie About Nothing" - September 18, 2017
7 days ago
Listen to this, Jerry - it's a movie about nothing. No really. We'll explore Patrick Willems' video that posits Ghostbusters was a film essentially about nothing. What did he mean by that, and can we offer a rebuttal? Find out this week. Also on the show: the Ghostbusters Ectomobile Owner's Workshop Manual gets a preview, the Ghostbusters of North Carolina get some screentime, Ghostbusters pinball is coming to your consoles, and could a proton pack be effective against Pennywise? (Due to technical difficulties, Troy sounds like he's broadcasting from a submarine somewhere off the coast of California. Apologies.)
Rated 5 out of
Really really funny episode!
Schadenfreude. After years of shilling, these guys have zero to show for it. This episode is great because you hear reality slowly start to creep in and their bitterness really surfaces.
This particular podcast isn't very good but this episode is great, especially if you are one of the many people tired of being accused of hating women just because you didn't blindly accept a cash-grab exploiting the name of a beloved franchise. If you're tired of being shamed for daring to be an adult Ghostbusters (read: man-child) then this podcast episode is definitely for you.
Nothing has been more satisfying than watching this movie tank. Talk about satisfaction! All the positive reviews (that just so happen to call-out the "haters") in the world couldn't get people to care about this movie. Considering it should have bombed, only losing $50 million dollars is remarkable.
Thank you for this wonderful schadenfreude! Sorry you guys wasted your time. I guess you didn't try hard enough.
Date published: 2016-08-16