Debuting 2 years after the original Ghostbusters movie, The Real Ghostbusters continued the adventures of NYC’s premiere paranormal exterminators.
We’re in the peak of summer and things are definitely heating up but back in the 90’s, there was a different kind of HEAT airing in syndication with the Baywatch knock-off, Acapulco HEAT, which followed a covert anti-terrorist group operating out the beaches of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Airing for only six episodes in 1987 on CBS, The Popcorn Kid followed the ins and outs of the Majestic movie theater, especially Scott, the titular Popcorn Kid and an usher at theater who hopes to make it into the movie industry one day.
Auto Pilot is back for the summer and we’re kicking things off by looking back at the first episode of Street Sharks, perhaps the most blatant of the many TMNT knockoffs of the 90’s
As we are at peak Star Wars this week, it seems like a good time to look back on one of the weirdest bits of the Expanded Universe, the short lived solo adventures of C3PO and R2D2 in Star Wars: Droids.
Equal parts Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider, Tia Carrere starred as history professor/treasure hunter Sydney Fox in the syndicated adventure show Relic Hunter.
While 007 takes on Spectre this Friday, his nephew James Bond Jr. was taking on the forces of SCUM in 1991’s James Bond Jr.
The misadventures of Spike Spiegel and the ever increasing crew of the Bebop spaceship begin with the first episode, Asteroid Blues, where Spike is after a wanted gangster with a stash of deadly drugs.
We revisit the first episode of the 1987 TMNT cartoon for the latest edition of Auto Pilot. Cowabunga!
With the entire series now on Hulu, it’s the perfect time to revisit the first episode of Seinfeld and all it’s strangeness, including the character Kessler not Kramer.