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Out of desperation Higbie pulls his gun and empties it into the spider to no avail, he then suddenly remembers he has fire and whips the lantern at it. The spider catches fire, they race out of the boathouse, and it goes up in flames, hopefully with one, dead, giant spider trapped inside.
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Synopsis: Featuring Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II and Ghostbusters: Afterlife on 4K ULTRA HD & Blu-ray, plus two discs full of special features! Includes over 20 hours of rare behind-the-scenes and must-see archival gems, including the full Preview Cut of the original movie and much, much more! Presented in collectible "ghost trap" packaging with lights, and includes a 220-page reprint of the rare 1985 "Making Ghostbusters" book! Also includes digital versions of Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II, Ghostbusters: Answer The Call and Ghostbusters: Afterlife.
The Ghostbusters Ultimate Collection on one hand is an updated version of the 2019 set with the two new movies tacked on. The existing pre-2019 discs for Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II are still used and no upgrades to the transfers were done. A few things might be reorganized differently like the "Central Park Bums" raw takes being added into the new Dailies section. It's very easy for a Ghostbusters fan to feel cynical about this being yet another re-issue. On the other hand, Dolby Vision changes the audio for the best. The Ghostbusters (1984) work print and Dailies and the new Ghostbusters II deleted scenes are without question worth the price of admission. Holy smokes, the work print alone is the Holy Grail for long time Ghostbusters fans! Thanks to editor Sheldon Kahn rummaging around his boxes for something else, he accidentally rediscovered his Betamax copy of the 114 minute "first cut" (dated February 17, 1984) of Ghostbusters and the rest is history. Sure, we've heard second hand accounts, recollections, articles, screen grabs, and even individual deleted scenes but that all pales in comparison to see it all in one cut. It completely recontextualizes the movie in the mind's eye and a lot of light bulbs go off. I caught myself saying "So that's what it would have looked like," many, may times. Like Vinz's "You will perish in flames" transitions right into Louis and his encounter with the prostitute. Or viewing the full extent of the Zombie Taxi Driver scene. A short few years ago, we saw that brief motorcycle stunt driver snippet on Twitter and now thanks to the set, we have the full context of it. The structure of the first montage on the work print alone is so illuminating. So many small beautiful moments with Ecto-1, like it driving by a bicyclist or Egon adjusting the roof rack or the trio lifting up the hood. There's something special about seeing previously unreleased material for the first time of them running around New York in their flight suits in their prime. The solo bits of when Ray comes out an apartment with the smoking Trap? Now we know, there's Peter and Egon waiting up on the sidewalk for him. Or when Peter and Ray are given the roast ducks in Chinatown? Egon was there on the right side the whole time eating Chinese food out of a white carton! It makes you want to pop in the movie and watch it again to absorb what was changed and what could have been. I was second guessing my memory and had to swatch the ending to see if Winston had Peter's Proton Pack the whole time and I never put 2 and 2 together for all these decades. There's also the alternate takes in the work print that really sell what Reitman and Kahn were trying to figure out what would work then the test audience reaction made them change it for the better such as Peter telling the hotel manager they're only charging because Slimer was nasty. Or trimming away Peck's 'they're doing drugs' then Egon yells "Your Mother!" And last but not least, the work print solves a few long standing mysteries. For the past 38 years, we've had a small handful of stills from tie-in books that showed Egon working on a particle thrower and a Trap with Janine bringing him a cup of coffee. At last, the work print reveals where these scenes were in the montage along with Ray glumly pushing buttons on a console then savoring a Budweiser. The full version impromptu press conference outside the Sedgewick Hotel was another pot of gold! It was deleted but snippets of Peter's no fee is too big were reused in the final version. The energy of Murray and Aykroyd in particular was so great in that scene. It does open up other questions of is there more filmed like in drafts of this scene, they were singing an ad hoc jingle and Egon answered a question about how effective their gear would be on Superman. If that wasn't enough, the work print is accompanied by a commentary track with then associate producer Joe Medjuck and editor Sheldon Kahn. Amazing what a difference an extra 9 minutes, alternate takes, and no score does to the movie!
Like on the Ghostbusters special features disc, the Ghostbusters II special features disc includes a Reitman Squared commentary on two scenes: the birthday party and the Ghostbusters' sentencing at their trial. Clocking in at 7:14, this commentary is slightly more entertaining as Jason reflects on his cameo as the Brownstone Boy and they look back on the practical and pre-digital SFX in the courtroom scene. Ivan Reitman shares a few nuggets like a certain bit was improvisation on the day of filming. Another new speical feature is a Soundtrack Promo with Randy Edelman who did the score for the movie. However, this one is not entirely new and was already released online in promotion of the Ghostbusters II Score release. And it unfortunately, comes off as Edelman being paid to summarize the scene for closed captioning rather than talk about the making of the music. The full TV broadcast version of the movie, that looks like the TV edit that came out after the original 1992 ABC broadcast based on its run time, and previous material from the 2019 release are also included, like the new commentary track, the 43:17 Oprah Winfrey Show episode, the unfinished teaser trailer that includes the full version of the Ghostbusters commercial, and the Ghostbusters II EPK. Hoping a Ghostbusters II work print and dailies special features are on the horizon for the next set along with the Run-DMC music video, other marketing featurettes, and maybe even the auditions for Lane Walker, the new love interest they almost used before Sigourney Weaver signed on to reprise Dana.
Among the three releases on disc, Ghostbusters: Afterlife's offerings feel like an afterthought. It stands to reason there is a lot of special feature material for Afterlife to have filled a third disc. Instead of an assortment of special features and deleted scenes, the only new exclusive to this Ultimate Collection we have is a paltry recorded message from Jason Reitman made during principal photography. To add to it, in the video, Jason alludes to another special feature featuring Ivan Reitman introducing the equipment. One which is not present on this set, the standalone Afterlife release nor online. Again, like the standalone Afterlife release, this reeks of holding back material for the 40th anniversary set and beyond for the next 40 years. On the flip side, it is no surprise that this set is wholly focused on the two classic movies rather than the two recent ones. Another perplexing omission is the restored version of the The Real Ghosbtusters Pilot that debuted on the previous set released back in 2019. For a set touting how ultimate it was, there was a lot of noticeable holes. Then there was the controversy about Ghostbusters: Answer The Call. How it all went down was unfortunate but hopefully we'll be seeing a 2 disc version on the 40th anniversary set with everything collected in one place (there were special features exclusive to digital outlets and one featurette exclusive to the Target set) and some new material.
Ostensibly based on a play by "Rudy Johnson", written and directed by Harry Lewis. An unofficial remake of a gay(!) porn movie, "Honorable Jones Comes Out". a trio of Frisco vice cops: Eileen Welles, John Seeman and Don Fernando are ordered to entrap "criminals" including a pair of lesbians (pretty thin rewrite), a dominatrix (Aunt Peg) and another miscreant played by local star Ken Scudder. All three get co-opted and have sex (hetero) with their targets, coming back to the police chief empty handed. 350c69d7ab