The tale of the first Ghostbusters film is told wonderfully in the documentary Cleanin’ Up The Town, which is heading to disc.

Following its premiere last year and the cinema tour it was just in the midst of when the current lockdown began, the terrific Ghostbusters documentary Cleanin’ Up The Town is now set for a disc debut.

The film is the work of Anthony and Claire Bueno, and it’s been a labour of love that’s taken them a decade or so to realise. It tells the story of the first Ghostbusters film, with input from all the major players, save for Bill Murrey. The late Harold Ramis gave an interview for the film before the world sadly lost him.

The Blu-ray edition of the film is coming with extra features that include deleted scenes, additional tales and fan art. As well as the two hour feature itself.

It’s been dated for release on June 22nd (after being put back a week from June 15th), and is available for preorder here.

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