Kicking off this edition of Random Cool, above is a handy guide to visiting every shooting location (in chronological order) in a single day of the classic 1984 Ghostbusters, complete with reenactments of the scenes! It’s pretty amazing and even includes a full list at the end so you can join the club in remembering the four ‘busters who saved the day! (Now, if only the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was actually shot in New York…)
The Bleeding Cool shared details on a new toaster that will imprint iconic images from your favorite Warner Bros. films (including Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street; pictured above and inside) and television series onto slices of bread to make a fun impression on your breakfast, lunch or midnight snack! The extra-wide slots allow you to not only toast bread, but also bagels and more. UL tested and approved, it includes illuminated function buttons for cancel, reheat and frozen. The toaster design is a beautiful glossy black finish featuring the logo from the film or television series, and is a compliment to any counter top. Dynamic Forces is to produce toasters featuring Warner Bros imagery, including the likes of Watchmen, The Wizard of Oz, A Christmas Story, Where the Wild Things Are, The Goonies, Gremlins, Little Shop of Horrors, Watchmen, Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Mad Magazine and Friends.
Lastly, we’ve also added Vulture’s “Supercut of Movie Characters With No Reflections”. As they explain: “A vampire or invisible character’s inability to primp raises the question: How do they look so damn immaculate all the time?! Johnny Depp’s Barnabas Collins joins a fellowship of “invisible” superhuman characters who shun reflections in mirrors. In Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Chevy Chase’s hat floats six feet above the ground; in Beetlejuice, Geena Davis’s toy horse trots in mid-air; and Fright Night‘s Amanda Bearse spins around the dance floor with a handsome vampire, until they twirl past a mirror. Then boom! No date!”
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