Movies

There's Going To Be A 'Ghostbusters' Version Of Pokemon Go And We Know Who We're Gonna Call

Watching Ghostbusters as a kid basically meant that we all believed in ghosts to some extent. Sure, we knew Slimer wasn't going to come around the corner because Spengler had him under control, but also, what if he did? We weren't about to get caught off guard, so we spent all our free time rewatching the movie, catching up on the cartoon, and playing with every Ghostbusters-themed toy we could find to make sure our ghost catching skills were up to snuff. Personally, I know that I had countless dreams where I would be chasing the ghosts around my neighborhood

Life

15 Things From The 1990 Sears Wish Book That Will Make You Miss Being A Kid

There was no piece of mail more exciting than the Sears Wish Book. Each year, it would arrive wrapped in plastic, almost like a gift itself. We would carefully rip into the package and reveal the best resource for all of our Christmas wishlists. We would carefully flip through the pages, and jot down the page numbers and product numbers that we wanted all before we would pass off the Wish Book to our parents. They were always patient with us when we would continuously reference things they had never heard of, probably because they had that super easy guide

80s

You Know Who You Gonna Call, But You Don't Know These 10 Facts About Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters is one of the greatest movies of the 80s, or perhaps of all time. It is one of those universally loved films that just gets better with age. Sure they have remade it into a cartoon or even a new live action, but the original movie that started it all was truly unique. TheNerdStash.comThere were a lot of talented actors on the set, a lot of inside jokes, and a lot of things you didn't know. Check out these fascinating facts about one of your favorite movies, they are guaranteed to make you love it even more. 1.

80s

It's Been 20 Years Since We've Seen Him On Screen, But Where Did Rick Moranis Go?

He was one of the biggest stars in the 80s and 90s, but he seems to have completely vanished from the big screen. Rick Moranis starred in so many of your favorite movies including Space Balls, Ghostbusters, and Honey I Shrunk the Kids, but it feels like decades since we have seen him in anything. Well, that's because it's been 20 years since he was seen on screen. Columbia PicturesIt isn't often that you see actors voluntarily leave at the height of the career, but that is exactly what Moranis did. Rick Moranis took a step back from acting in