Subscribe to my channel for more premake trailer fun! What if… Ghostbusters, the movie, was shot in 1954 instead of 1984? Who would be part of the cast? What would their equipment look like? Who would they battle? Considering that ghost-busting movies have been around since the time of Bob Hope, Abbott and Costello, and Lewis and Martin comedies of the 40s and 50s, it is not that big of a stretch to speculate. I hope you enjoy this re-imagined concept for Ghostbusters. Here’s the recipe for the trailer: Ghostbusters, The Three Stooges, Scared Stiff, Ghost Breakers, Topper Takes a Trip, The Ghost Busters, Abbott and Costello meet the Invisible Man, Star Trek, Ghosts on the Loose, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Spooks Run Wild, The Absent-Minded Professor, Son of Flubber, The Caddy, 100 ans d’histoires de Bibendum The following clip is fake, independent, and not for profit. It is not endorsed or connected to Sony or Columbia Pictures. It was made as a purely technical exercise, and as a reflective deconstruction of elements in modern cinema. ……………………….
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PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
While Halloween can be frightfully fun for kids and adults alike, it can be surprisingly scary for four-legged family members. Heres a nasty number: In 2011, No. 1-rated Petplan pet insurance found that candy-related claims were 245% more likely to occur during Halloween week than any other time of the year.
This year, a record 170 million Americans will partake in Halloween festivities and spend more than $ 2.33 billion on candy, according to the National Retail Federation. And chocolate the most poisonous candy for pets leads the list of popular treats.
But for four-legged friends, a chocolaty snack can suck the family budget dry. According to 2011 Petplan claims data, the average cost of veterinary care related to chocolate ingestion averaged $ 582 per incident (up from $ 503 last year), and some claims even topped $ 3,290! (Thats a whole pillowcase-full of problems!)
Regardless of the type of chocolate, its a good idea to keep the basket of Halloween treats well out of reach of furry friends, says Dr. Jules Benson, Vice President of Veterinary Services at Petplan. Dark chocolate contains a higher concentration of toxins like methylxantines and caffeine, which can cause diarrhea, vomiting or elevated heart rate, and can even be fatal if ingested. Lighter milk chocolate has a higher fat content, which can lead to serious medical conditions like pancreatitis. If you notice your pet experiencing any of the signs of vomiting, increased thirst, diarrhea, weakness or hyper-excitability, call your veterinarian immediately.
While candy consumption is the most prevalent Halloween health risk, the holiday poses many additional dangers to pets. To keep two- and four-legged family members safer in this spooky season, Petplan urges pet parents to remember these important Halloween health tips: