If I had a dollar for every time I've seen Ghostbusters, I'd be a rich woman. I still dream about that giant, delicious marshmallow man and to this day Ray Parker Junior still rings my bells.
Newsflash! Ghostbusters is back and fully rebooted for a new generation. Can you believe its been thirty years since the original film took the world by storm? #officiallyold
Director Paul Feig combines all the paranormal fighting elements that made the original franchise so beloved with a cast of new characters, refreshingly played by a lead cast of some of the funniest female actors working today - think Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones and Elizabeth Perkins. Throw in a Hemsworth (Chris, does it matter?) and some of the original cast for good measure (Sigourney Weaver, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson) and we're talking serious funny business.
A comedy with a hint of scary, if I were a spook or a spectre I'd be leaving the slime behind and getting outta NYC faster than Shane Warne can text.
Release Date: In Cinemas July 14, 2016.
Get ready to watch them save the world with AutoChic ladies, because we have x 3 double passes, valued at $40 each to give away.
To enter, click here to get to our competitions page and then head on over to our FB page to tell us your favourite ghost story! #Ghostbusters @AutoChic #AutoChic
The new Ford Kuga is making a splash with the girls in the AutoChic office, if only thanks to the models unsurpassed focus on embracing and directly marketing itself to women. Seriously, the radio advertising is offering test-drives direct to your door, so kudos to the brand for listening to the fact women are too busy to get to the dealership nowadays - we've been saying this for years.
Yet the Kuga is so much more than any cheap marketing tricks - it's a darned great car and well worth the test-drive, particularly if you're in the market for a new family vehicle. Read on.
The Kuga is so jam-packed full of state of the art technology, it seems the only thing this car can’t do is make you a coffee or fold your washing. Shame.
Like most new cars on the market today, the Kuga boasts all the amazing whizz-bang features you can expect including keyless entry, a push-start button and rear parking sensors allowing the care to actually park itself. #spooky
Holden has created a dream team of inspirational women coined the Spark Tribe in order to introduce their latest female-friendly car The Spark.
Included in the marketing is a 12-piece video series hosted by Carissa Walford asking each member of the tribe to explain they own moment (aka 'spark' catalyst) of inspiration that found them following the road to success.
Holden’s Executive Director of Marketing, Geraldine Davys said the new Spark Tribe represents the ambition and adventurous nature of Spark’s target customers and is another indication Holden is changing the way it interacts with Australians.
“After learning that 87% of women felt misunderstood by the automotive industry, we’ve really focused on making sure we can address that issue,” said Ms. Davys.
“The Spark Tribe is made up of a number of inspiring young role models that we have challenged to share their success stories and how they set new benchmarks in their respective markets – just like Spark has in the micro-car market.
“The Spark Tribe is one of a number of initiatives we have to support the launch of all-new Spark, including pop-up brand experience centres and a partnership with Gelato Messina.’
When we first started our car reviews some years back, we decided to personify cars by likening them to celebrities. Seen as a bit outlandish at the time, we've noted this been embraced by more than a few into their own auto overviews. Revolutionary? We'd like to think so.
That's why we love the latest from fashion photographer Viktorija Pashuta who recently decided to explore the theme “What if Cars Were SUPERMODELS?” in her latest portrait project.
Gathering 12 of the worlds top supermodels, Pashuta and her team spent hours to research, style and photograph each to reflect vehicle brands including Kia, Toyota, Ferrari and Mercedes Benz.
“In our materialized world – people get so much attached to certain objects that to imagine them as human beings is not that difficult,” Pashuta said.
“The most interesting part was combining fashion elements with car features. The hardest part in these sort of photo shoots is preparation.” Pashuta and her team spent days working on the details of each portrait, aiming to capture the “soul” of each vehicle in how the models are portrayed.
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