who you gonna call


My Holtzmann costume. I’m overjoyed about it, some of it is screen accurate, and I still have more I can add! I am starting to see why folks say I look similar to Kate McKinnon. Oh, and I found the Ecto-1 parked in a neighborhood I drive through to get to the park.

anonymous asked:

I actually submitted fan art 3 or 4 times too, then tried to send an ask about it twice, which you also didn't get. Then you turned off anon asks, so I just gave up as for some reason Tumblr refuses to let me make an account. Said drawing was of some small not story-relevant post you made, so there is now no point in sending it. >.<

Dude, I really don’t understand!! If you have a problem submitting fanart, PLEASE message me. Anyone can message me, so please do so, I feel so bad :’c

Favorite things about Ghostbusters

1. Holtzmann

2. Holtzmann painting a ghost logo on a hearse.

3. Holtzie’s highly volatile equipment.

4. Holtz geeking out about science.

5. Holtz geeking out about things blowing up.

6. Holtz’s fascination with death and violent extremes. 

7. Holtz’s safety glasses.

8. Holtz and Abby’s handshake.

9. Holtz and Patty’s friendship.

10. Holtz dancing.

11. Holtz’s laugh.

12. Holtz’s facial expressions.

13. Holtz’s lilt.

14. Holtz’s sense of humor.

15. Holtz’s sitting posture…or lack thereof. 

16. Holtz needing to put her feet up on every table she comes across. 

17. Holtz giving a speech.

18. Holtz dry heaving after giving said speech. 

19. Holtz’s mentor.

20. Kate McKinnon


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Who You Gonna Call?

So this summer the cross stitch bug bit me HARD. I haven’t done it since I was eight, but my brain just went “Hey. Hey remember the thing where you count tiny squares for hours and stab yourself and swear at knots? LET’S DO THAT!”

And then I figured out I could make my own super-nerdy patterns and WHELP!

Circles are hard.

Pattern: Me!
Measurement: 3″ x 3″


Behind the scenes of Ghostbusters (1984)

“Eight years in the making and with over seventy cast and crew interviews Cleanin’ Up The Town: Remembering Ghostbusters is the definitive documentary that charts how Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters 2 came to fruition and how these films were made by the people that made them.

Interviews include actors in the film Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver Annie Potts, David Margulies, William Atherton, Kurt Fuller and Jason Reitman, Director Ivan Reitman, Producer Michael C. Gross, Visual Effects crew including Richard Edlund, Terry Windell, Dennis Muren and Steve Johnson, musicians Ray Parker Jr and The Bus Boys.

In this extended cut we want audiences to experience a little more of what they can expect from this feature length documentary.”


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