Back in 2006, the “true” Natalie Portman was revealed when she dropped the gangsta rap classic “Natalie’s Rap” on SNL with The Lonely Island.
Despite starring Rob Lowe and Patrick Swayze, 1986 hockey movie Youngblood, and it’s rocking theme song, has been sort of lost to time, until now.
Originally created as the end theme for Rocky IV, Peter Cetera’s Glory of Love was moved over to Karate Kid, Part II to highlight the budding romance between Daniel and Kumiko, whom Daniel-san meets in Japan when he goes there with Miyagi.
From the early days of Internet videos, Lemon Demon describes the final battle of almost every fictional and real life character in The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny.
Best known for the song “Maniac” from the Flashdance soundtrack, Michael Sembello contributed to a bunch of other 80’s soundtracks, including Gremlins and Monster Squad.
Before breaking up, J. Geils Band, of Centerfold fame, delivered the theme song for the original Fright Night, and you can kind of sense why they broke up because it’s cheesily terrible.
After a few movies of pretenders to the hockey mask, Jason Voorhees returned and, to celebrate, Alice Cooper was brought in to contribute the song “He’s Back (The Man Behind the Mask) along with two other songs to the movie’s soundtrack.
Cameo was apparently so funky in 1986 that they were some sort of public nuisance so the police, led by Levar Burton, arrive to arrest them in the video for Word Up.
Although Not Another Teen Movie parodied mostly 90’s movies, Marilyn Manson reached back to the 80’s for his contribution to the soundtrack, a cover of Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love”.
Although it was widely thought to be deserving of many more nominations, Selma managed to get at least one win at the Oscars last night for it’s original song “Glory”, performed by John Legend and Common.