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Ghostbusters Double Feature (1984-1989) R1 Custom Blu-Ray Covers

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Comments to Ghostbusters Double Feature (1984-1989) R1 Custom Blu-Ray Covers

  • I wish I had any hope in this field. I don’t even know if I’d be able to steady my hands well enough even if I had the money to buy the software etc….
    I really ultimately like the VHS style dbl features. They said it best:


    Ever since the “double feature gift set” from 2005, they’ve been lazy and just call it “Ghostbusters 1 & 2” THERE IS NO GHOSTBUSTERS 1! Ghostbusters was never intended to be sequel’d. That’s largely why GB2 fell flat, even though it was still a pretty good movie. So there is no Ghostbusters 1, unless you’re referring to one of the comic book adaptions which almost always are written with the intent of there being an issue #2 & beyond, although it’s usually not called a sequel.
    Neat attempt, although if you could re-do this with the original (copyrighted pfft) font and use the actual no ghost logo instead of the “let’s not offend the British” back pedal design…I mean, if the original no ghost logo should be modified to conform to the British “no” signage, why is the GB2 logo not backward?

    Jonathan July 5, 2021 2:51 am Reply
  • Also, the key lime green look never fit this set of movies. The 2005 set utilized that color scheme and it wasn’t horrendous but it wasn’t exactly a good fit. Not a single frame in the movie was saturated in green. yes, Slimer was green. Slimer was in the movie for like 5-y minutes. The overall aesthetic was much more natural looking and way less goofy.

    Jonathan July 5, 2021 3:04 am Reply

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