Outside of Mark Mancina’s memorable and propulsive score for 1994’s Speed, the other music tie-ins are not well known at best and forgotten at worst, like a title track off the soundtrack album from none other than Billy Idol.
Living on the streets of Seattle, Jack Mason is recruited for what he thinks is a job as a hunting guide for some wealthy big-game hunters but he’s horrified to discover that he’s their target and he’s forced to fight to survive the hunt.
The 90s Spider-Man cartoon is an undisputed classic for most 90s kids and helped introduce a number of them to iconic Marvel heroes and villains through multi-chapter storylines during the show’s run from 1994 to 1998.
Taking place after the events of 1994’s The Return of Jafar, the Aladdin animated series brought back most of the cast of the movies (with the major exception of Robin Williams) as Aladdin, Jasmine, Genie and the rest of the gang took on new threats to Agrabah and traveled the globe to find new friends and foes.
Universal was trying to get their classic monsters back in the spotlight in the mid-90s and in 1994 they went the “Xtreme” route with Monster Force, an animated series where a team of armored specialists battled the monsters to save the world of the far off future of 2020.
Best known for her song “Tell It to My Heart”, Taylor Dayne provided the bombastic and insanely rock operatic main theme for 1994’s The Shadow, “Original Sin”.
He knows what evil lurks in the heart of men and wealthy playboy Lamont Cranston seeks to eliminate that evil by transforming into his alter ego, The Shadow, and uses his hypnotic and invisibility powers to terrorize the criminal underworld of 1930s New York City.
Hitting Fox Kids in 1994, Where On Earth is Carmen Sandiego? was an Emmy winning animated series that pitted ACME detectives Ivy and Zack against the legendary thief as she stole various priceless artifacts every week in exotic locales around the globe.
For the last commentary of 2018, and to celebrate the holidays, Zach and Chris watched 1994’s The Santa Clause
Tim Allen, at the height of his 90’s popularity, starred in 1994’s The Santa Clause, where the Tool Man becomes the new Santa after inadvertently murdering his predecessor.