Gak (Mattel, 1992)

Nickelodeon debuted a children’s game show in the fall of 1986 called “Double Dare” which quickly became the most popular program on the network.  Most of the challenges contestants faced would get them messy in some shape or form with a green slime substance taking center stage.  Internally referred to as “gak”, the slime itself … More Gak (Mattel, 1992)

What About Bob? (Touchstone Pictures, 1990)

There are generally two character types that Bill Murray plays in his movies. There is the sarcastic asshole, and, occasionally, the well meaning goofball. The former was Bill Murray’s bread and butter throughout his career, the best example being Peter Venkman in Ghostbusters. He can be such a dick to people and yet we still … More What About Bob? (Touchstone Pictures, 1990)

Hardee’s – Official Ghostbusters Headquarters (1989)

In 1989 Ghostbusters was one of the hottest properties on the planet.  The 1984 film became a phenomenon upon release capturing the imaginations of a broad audience.  Ray Parker Jr.’s pop theme was a #1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 as well as earning the artist an Academy Award Nomination for best original song.  Then … More Hardee’s – Official Ghostbusters Headquarters (1989)

Peter Venkman Screaming Heroes (Kenner, 1989)

Columbia Pictures released Ghostbusters in June of 1984 and it was an immediate success at the box office. Fueled by a slick marketing campaign and a hit single with a popular music video that was constantly replayed on a then new MTV, Ghostbusters would become the most financially successful comedy of the 1980’s. That is … More Peter Venkman Screaming Heroes (Kenner, 1989)