Ok. I admit it. I'm old.
It seems like it was yesterday I was sitting in the movie theater next to my dad being scared out of my mind by the ghost librarian and Slimer.
Hey, I was seven, okay?
I may have been freaked out a little by Ghostbusters at the time, but it didn't keep me from watching that movie every time it came on. It's at the top of my list as far as '80's classic movies go.
What's surprising to me, though, is after all these years, the movie is still loved by not just those of us who saw it in 1984, but those who weren't even born yet.
Hmmm...I'm getting that old feeling again.
It was sad, and there were talks of a ghostbusters 3. I have to admit, I want most of what's on here, too lol
I want one of everything please!
I only watched Ghostbusters yesterday. With all the publicity over the sad death of Harold Ramis, I was lured into reliving my childhood too. I can confirm that Ghostbusters is as good now, as it was in 1984!
Wow, your husband must have really liked that movie @ologsinquito! A friend of mine told me she went out on her first date to see it.
@younghopes they are cute!
I'm even older than you. I was dating my husband when this movie came out. He and his buddies must have seen it at least a dozen times. The items you featured would really appeal to a lot of middle-aged men trying to recapture a little bit of their youth. They'd probably make great Ghost Busters gag gifts.
I loved those plush toys in green