This week, the Crossrip remembers David Margulies ("Mayor Lenny Clotch") and catches up on all the news that's fit for another podcast. Trailer Watch 2016 continues as no Ghostbusters (2016) trailer is in sight, but there's a whole lot of licensing news to talk about including Mattel action figures, Rubies Halloween costumes and a big event that took place in London this past week put on by the Rocket Licensing folks. Sounds boring? It wasn't - a good chunk of new props/gear from the 2016 film was on display and Troy and Chris feel like speculating on everything we saw. Ghost Corps wants you to know that you'll be able to have a Lazer Aventura at a Six Flags near you (and wants your franchise patches for a brand new display in their shiny offices)! Want to see GB16 early? Make a bid on IfOnly's charitable fundraising effort for a private screening before anyone else gets to see it. Want to hear some anecdotes we never knew about Ray Parker Jr.'s iconic Ghostbusters theme song and the music video that accompanied it? ScreenCrush had a great article that the boys will discuss. All that, plus a couple hashtags to use in the weeks coming on an all-new Crossrip!
In this week's episode, Troy and Chris delve into the strange and mystical land of Mexico for the Six Flags Ghostbusters attraction "La Aventura Laser", discuss Dan Aykroyd's foreword for the Ghostbusters Mass Hysteria hardcover a little more in-depth, then they chat about a recent casting call for metal heads to Ghostbusters (2016) and give a little sneak preview of the work of Phil X, who is scoring something for the new film, then we analyze the recent GQ and MTV interviews with Paul Feig and Drew Pearce and discuss what they mean for the future of the Ghostbusters franchise.