Cleanin’ Up The Town: Original Ghostbusters documentary makes Crackle debut on June 18

Who you gonna call? Crackle!

While the free streaming service might not be able to help with your paranormal investigation and elimination needs, they are the home of an original documentary about the classic 1984 film Ghostbusters.

Cleanin’ Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters follows the production of the iconic, showcasing exclusive interviews with more than 40 cast and crew members. All of the lead cast – Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson are involved, as is director Ivan Reitman. The documentary also shines a light on the movie’s visual effects – somewhat groundbreaking for its time.

Director Anthony Bueno took more than a decade to make Cleanin’ Up the Town, but he said it’s worth the wait. “We truly hope to enthrall and enlighten audiences, fans and filmmakers alike,” he said, “as we reveal the wonderful personalities, incomparable talent and craftsmanship that went into making a film that captured the hearts of generations; Ghostbusters.”

If you’re not familiar with Crackle, it’s a no-charge, ad-supported streaming service that’s available on a number of platforms – Amazon Fire, Roku, Apple TV, most smart TVs, video game consoles, iOS and Android devices and through a browser at their website.

Crackle is also the home of a number of other original documentaries like ’85: The Greatest Team in Football HistoryWonders of the SeaYelawolf: A Slumerican Life, and Going From Broke.

Artie Beaty