New ‘Ghostbusters’ Halloween Collection Includes Life-Size Ecto-1 Inflatable

Spirit Halloween continues to unveil all of its 2019 product releases, including the new addtions to their already awesome Ghostbusters collection, featuring a new life-size Ecto-1 inflatable, part of this year’s 35th anniversary of the classic film.

If there’s something weird and it don’t look good. Who you gonna call? The Ghostbusters have found something weird in your neighborhood, and they’re here to put a stop to it. This light-up, officially licensed Ecto-1 inflatable from Ghostbusters will let all of your neighbors know that you mean business when it comes to busting ghosts!

Measuring seven feet tall and 16.5 feet long, you can see photos of the Ecto-1 inflatable below. Priced at $249.99 and scheduled to begin shipping on or before Sept.18, you can orders yours here.

The Ecto-1 makes a great companion piece to the new Terror Dog prop.

Also new for 2019, the officially licensed Ghostbusters walkie talkie will complete your costume. Priced at $24.99 and scheduled to ship on or before Sept. 11, you can order yours here.

There’s also the new Stay Puft Marshmellow Man plush doll. Priced at $12.99 and scheduled to ship on or before Aug. 21, you can order yours here.

The best way to start ’em young is with the new Ghostbusters “Rookie” Halloween costume for babies. Priced at $24.99 and in stock now, you can order yours here.

A must have for youngsters trick or treating is the new Slimer loot scoop treat bag. Priced at $9.99 and scheduled to ship on or before Aug. 14, you can order yours here.

New adult costumes include Dana as Zuul ($69.99; order here), as well as The Real Ghostbusters Janine ($59.99; order here) and The Real Ghostbusters Egon ($59.99; order here).

And that’s not all! You can see the full Ghostbusters collection here.

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Matt Artz

Founded Halloween Daily News in 2012 and the Halloween International Film Festival in 2016. Professional writer/journalist/photographer since 2000.