Bring Back Defenders of the Earth
Mar27

Bring Back Defenders of the Earth

Unfortunately the year 2015 has passed, which would have been the prime time to bring back Defenders of the Earth, being that the show was set in that year. However, we would still love to have the series back, despite the way we often feel about reboots. Sometimes it’s quite difficult to say you miss a show and wish it would come back. That’s because you have to worry about the new take ruining the experience you once had...

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Is Gargamel The Most Diabolical 80s Villain?
Mar22

Is Gargamel The Most Diabolical 80s Villain?

We may not have realized it back then, however, it’s clear that Gargamel was the most diabolical and insane 80s cartoon villain ever. He was manipulative, dark and downright grumpy. However, what seemed to be even worse is his plans for the poor Smurfs. “Gargamel hates the Smurfs, that much is clear, but what’s never really been confirmed is just why he wants to capture them,” according to CBR. “In fact, the...

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Greatest 80s Horror Movies: The Shining V.S. Hellraiser
Mar20

Greatest 80s Horror Movies: The Shining V.S. Hellraiser

80s horror movies were built off of our deepest and darkest nightmares, with a little psychological madness mixed in. Today we decided to pin two of the biggest 80s horror movies against one another to see which one scares us the most. Greatest 80s Horror Movies: The Shining V.S. Hellraiser Hellraiser is one of the most terrifying films from the 80s and played off of the idea that a dead husband could come back from hell to visit his...

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15 80s Movie Villains We Absolutely Hated
Feb23

15 80s Movie Villains We Absolutely Hated

In the 80s it was all about the good guys v.s. the bad guys in plenty of the best films. We decided to create a slide which features the 15 80s Movie Villains We Absolutely Hated. Most of these guys really drove us nuts when watching these films. As for the horror choices included in our list, two of them in particular managed to do plenty of damage while being super lazy. That’s right, we think Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers...

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Dirty Dancing to Celebrate its 30th Anniversary This Year!
Jan04

Dirty Dancing to Celebrate its 30th Anniversary This Year!

Dirty Dancing turns 30 this year! Can you believe it? Full of fun, sweetness and dancing, this movie is one of a kind. Celebrate 30 years of Dirty Dancing with this listicle and enjoy rewatching to your hearts content. 10 Reasons Dirty Dancing Is So Watchable 1 The dancing! Whether you love to dance, just dab or watch from the sidelines, this movie has some great moves and makes you want to bust them. 2 It’s a throwback to the family...

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80s Icon Richard Marx Helps Overcome Drunken Passenger
Dec23

80s Icon Richard Marx Helps Overcome Drunken Passenger

“Hazard” is nothing new for Grammy Award winner Richard Marx, but neither he nor his wife, former MTV VJ Daisy Fuentes, were anticipating the chaos that erupted aboard a Korean Air flight somewhere above Asia on December 20. The confusion began when a 34-year old passenger, after having too much alcohol, attacked the plane’s crew.  The man pulled a stewardess’s hair which prompted a response from Marx, 53, as Fuentes documented the...

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The 80s Classic Cartoon DuckTales Returns in 2017
Dec22

The 80s Classic Cartoon DuckTales Returns in 2017

DuckTales is back! In 2015, Disney announced a reboot for the show and it premieres this coming summer in 2017. Y ou can catch the new show on the network Disney XD. This late 80s classic featured Uncle Scrooge and his three nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie and all of their adventures. 80s and 90s children alike remember this show fondly as adventure filled entertainment so good they didn’t want to miss a moment. What is DuckTales?...

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Quiz: How Well Do You Know Sixteen Candles?
Dec15

Quiz: How Well Do You Know Sixteen Candles?

Everyone remembers Sixteen Candles but exactly how well do you remember it? What about the conversation Samantha had with her brother and mom before school. Do you remember that her Mom apologized for forgetting to fix her carrots for her? See how you do with the rest of this trivia:

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‘Despicable Me 3’ Gets An ’80s Inspired Villain
Dec15

‘Despicable Me 3’ Gets An ’80s Inspired Villain

It looks like Despicable Me 3 is going to have 80s fans moon-walking on water with an all new 80s-inspired villain. The trailer for the film introduces Balthazar Bratt, a shoulder pad wearing, bad-to-the-bone villain. “Bratt is a former ’80s child star whose show got canceled after he hit puberty. Now he plans on executing a full-fledged world domination,” according to Variety. The new baddie is seen moon-walking on water...

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Is Christmas Vacation The Best Holiday Movie Ever?
Dec14

Is Christmas Vacation The Best Holiday Movie Ever?

Of all the holiday movies ever made, it takes an 80s classic to be named the best of all time. According to Huffington Post writer Claire Fallon Christmas Vacation (1989) stands as the best holiday movie of all time. Fallon makes her case and notes that many so-called Christmas movies are not even really about the holiday itself. Christmas Vacation, on the other hand, could not be more pointedly about the highs and lows of the holiday...

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Mr. T Cereal: Pity the Fool Who Never Tasted it!
Dec14

Mr. T Cereal: Pity the Fool Who Never Tasted it!

Mr. T Cereal is like so totally 80s that it could have very well been on the menu of The Cafe 80’s in Back to the Future II. The best part is that you can still buy Mr. T Cereal collectables today. Who is Mr. T and Why Did He Have a Cereal? If you weren’t around in the 80s, or lived under a pet rock, you are probably asking yourself: who is Mr. T and why did he have a cereal? Good question. Mr. T was a pop icon phenomenon who...

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Baywatch is Back and in Theaters May 2017
Dec10

Baywatch is Back and in Theaters May 2017

Whether you watched it or not, everyone remembers the iconic imagery of the late-80s/early-90s show, Baywatch. Filled with skin, sun and surf, the show thrived on high adrenaline situations and the people who took care of them. Baywatch was cast in a time of innocence and brought a sort of happy romanticism to the beach. People lounged under the sun, got along (for the most part) and there little deaths on the show. Considering the...

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Is a Back to the Future Remake On the Way?
Dec02

Is a Back to the Future Remake On the Way?

The Back to the Future Trilogy belongs to the 80s. And it looks like that’s where it’s going to stay.  That is if producer Frank Marshall has anything to do with it. In this age of bad movie remakes and reboots, Marshall gets the fact that some iconic movies just should not be touched. Back to the Future is one of those movies. This is what Marshall recently told Yahoo Movies. “Yeah [we won’t reboot Back to the...

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Can’t Stop the Music: The Village People Had a Movie?
Nov30

Can’t Stop the Music: The Village People Had a Movie?

The theatrical trailer for The Village People movie Can’t Stop the Music  promised, “It’s the musical extravaganza that launches the 80s.” That outrages claim was actually an understatement. Chances are that you’ve never seen or even heard of this movie from the summer of 1980. Well, there’s a good reason for that. It’s because it bombed at the box office bigger than Heaven’s Gate and Ishtar combined. At a price tag of a...

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Platoon’s Forest Whitaker and Johnny Depp Working Together Again
Nov29

Platoon’s Forest Whitaker and Johnny Depp Working Together Again

The 80s flick Platoon starred Forest Whitaker and Johnny Depp working alongisde each other in the Vietnam War movie classic. Both busy actors in the decade, Depp played a teen in A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) and later played a cop in 21 Jump Street (1987). Whitaker was involved in several TV series and TV movies as well and had a role in Stakeout in which Whitaker played a detective. As both were cast into previous roles “in”...

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