The Ferris Bueller Chase In Spider-Man: Homecoming Is Awesome
Jul19

The Ferris Bueller Chase In Spider-Man: Homecoming Is Awesome

If you haven’t seen Spider-Man: Homecoming yet and you’re a fan of the 80s, you may want to visit your local movie theater. While films are starting to take a huge chunk of the decade for inspiration, Spider-Man: Homecoming tastefully borrows one of the most awesome chase scenes from the Ferris Bueller film. “[The characters] go through this great Ferris Bueller-inspired chase through this neighborhood, where these...

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80s-Set Wonder Woman 2 Could Be The Next 80s Inspired Hit
Jul11

80s-Set Wonder Woman 2 Could Be The Next 80s Inspired Hit

When we say the 80s setting has been breeding some of the best shows and films in this decade, we aren’t lying. In fact, the next Wonder Woman film looks like it will be taking on an 80s setting, bringing the decade to the box office. “But now production details have revealed that Wonder Woman 2 may be set during the 1980s, with Diana, Princess of The Amazon fighting against the Soviet Union in the last throes of the Cold...

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Transformers Character Bumblebee Gets An 80s Set Stand-alone Film
Jun15

Transformers Character Bumblebee Gets An 80s Set Stand-alone Film

As if enough of the 80s influence isn’t featured in today’s music, television and film, we can look forward to another 80s set film. The character Bumblebee from Transformers will have his own stand-alone set in the 80s, because, why not revisit the best decade ever. “The news about the setting comes from Empire Magazine (via ScreenRant) whose print edition features an article all about the Transformers film...

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Bands Like Paramore Are Using The 80s Blueprint
Jun12

Bands Like Paramore Are Using The 80s Blueprint

80s inspiration is at an all time high in entertainment today. Many of today’s bands are really using the 80s blueprint when it comes to creating great music for their demographics. Paramore is one of those bands that you could find yourself falling in love with. “When we were starting to write it was summertime and … I just wanted to groove,” said lead guitarist Taylor York according to NPR. “I was...

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You Can Own Cyndi Lauper’s Home For The Right Price
Jun07

You Can Own Cyndi Lauper’s Home For The Right Price

Cyndi Lauper is looking to move on from her Stamford, Connecticut home. The house has been listed for sale and if you’re one of those die-hard fans, now is your shot to own something of hers. For the right price that is. Cyndi Lauper’s $1.25 Million Home Lauper and her husband Dave Thornton are listing the massive home for a whopping $1.25 million. Your eyes may be popping out of your head with the pricing, however, there...

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Kent State Celebrates 80s Fashion At University Museum
Jun06

Kent State Celebrates 80s Fashion At University Museum

80s fashion never actually stayed in the 80s and in some cases it’s still alive today. Kent State for instance, has kept some of the 80s biggest fashions at their University Museum for all to see. The display is titled, “The 1980s: An Age of Excess” and was inspired from the return of some 80s styles to high-fashion runways. “We tried to cover the things that were the most influential in the Eighties as well as...

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Would A Gremlins Remake Be A Good Idea?
May30

Would A Gremlins Remake Be A Good Idea?

The 1984 a strange but awesome film called Gremlins was released and it is definitely a fan favorite for the 80s. With the amount of 80s remakes that are on the way, we got to thinking whether or not a Gremlins remake would hold up in current times. Gremlins is listed as a horror comedy for good reason. At first, a regular Gremlin is cute and could very well be what was behind the inspiration of toys like the Furby. However, when...

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The 1980s BMW M3 E30 Is Still Heavily Sought After Today
May26

The 1980s BMW M3 E30 Is Still Heavily Sought After Today

BMW advertises their vehicles as the ultimate driving machine. In 1989 they introduced their BMW M3 E30 edition and it completely embodied that branding. Today, the car is still one of the most sought after BMW’s on the net. A 1989 BMW M3 E30 such as the one pictured above, is selling on EBAY Motors for a whopping $37,990. For that price, you can buy a brand new BMW however, it won’t be nearly as nostalgic as the 1989 E30....

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There Is A ‘Dynasty’ Soap Opera Reboot Coming
May25

There Is A ‘Dynasty’ Soap Opera Reboot Coming

Like every decade from the 60s and onward, there have been soap operas that captivated everyone. Dynasty was that soap opera for the 80s and now, it is on its was back thanks to The CW. “Dynasty is returning to TV, nearly 30 years after the prime-time soap opera aired its last hair-pulling fight,” according to News Journal. “The rebooted drama will be one of four new series joining the CW’s schedule in the...

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Are Today’s Artists Stuck In The 80s?
May22

Are Today’s Artists Stuck In The 80s?

We often speak about the influence the 80s still plays in music today. A new band by the name of Dreamcar has recently released their debut album and it has a super distinct 80s feel. This leaves us to question whether or not today’s artists are stuck in the 80s. Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal and Adrian Young of No Doubt have picked up a new lead singer in Davey Havok, a previous member of the band, AFI. Together they formed Dreamcar...

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Is ‘Just Like Heaven’ The Best 80s New Wave Song?
May19

Is ‘Just Like Heaven’ The Best 80s New Wave Song?

In the 80s there were plenty of new wave bands that stepped on to the scene with massive hits. The Cure is one of those bands and “Just Like Heaven” is one of it’s major hits. However, is it worthy of taking on the role of being he best 80s new wave song? “Just Like Heaven” featured a beautiful guitar solo and that signature 80s electronic synthesizer that made some many incredible tracks pop. Meanwhile,...

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Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and Audioslave Dead At 52
May18

Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and Audioslave Dead At 52

Chris Cornell was considered as one of the founding voices when it came to the late 80s and early 90s grunge movement. On Wednesday night, May 17, Cornell, was reported dead. “Cornell, 52, was in Detroit performing with Soundgarden, which had embarked on a US tour in April,” according to CNN. “His passing was ‘sudden and unexpected,’ his representative, Brian.” What many may not know is that the...

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Stranger Things Star Finn Wolfhard Covers New Order’s ‘Age Of Consent’
May16

Stranger Things Star Finn Wolfhard Covers New Order’s ‘Age Of Consent’

We’ve spoken plenty of times about Stranger Things and how well they pay homage to the 80s. That has now been intensified as one of the shows stars, Finn Wolfhard and his band covers New Order’s 80s classic “Age Of Consent.” The cover was done for an 80s benefit concert which also featured 80s parody man Weird Al Yankovic. If that wasn’t enough, you may remember our report on the new reboot of Stephen...

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Art From Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’ Expected To Sell For Millions
May15

Art From Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’ Expected To Sell For Millions

The Wall film featured dark and powerful art by Gerald Scarfe, which will be the subject of the San Francisco Art Exchange. In 1982, Pink Floyd unleashed a powerful film that followed the madness of a rock star’s troubling career. Now, the art from the film is expected to be sold for millions. “The show will present more than $5 million of the most recognizable artworks over a broad price range related to Pink...

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The Breakfast Club Meets Mother’s Day
May11

The Breakfast Club Meets Mother’s Day

Each year on Mother’s Day, brunch seems to be one of the most popular go-to ways to celebrate the occasion. This year, 80s moms will rejoice when they hear about The Breakfast Club Brunch Crawl. Mom will love you forever for this one. “We thought it would be something sweet,” said Britlyn Delahoussaye of Social Entertainment, according to The Advertiser report. “A lot of women like brunches and it would be...

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