Like most Rob Zombie songs, 1999’s Living Dead Girl is packed with references and homages to classic horror movies and the music video is a tribute to silent horror films, most notably The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.
Will Smith’s wonderfully ridiculous title rap gets most of the attention from the Wild Wild West soundtrack but it also featured “Bailamos” from Enrique Iglesias, which became a massive hit as part of the early 2000s Latin Pop explosion and also got a movie tie-in music video.
For the latest Everything Action Commentary, Zach and Chris celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the most whiskey soaked action movie of all time, The Boondock Saints
As gorgeous and interesting as Quantic Dream’s new game Detroit: Becomes Human looks, there’s one thing the studio’s first game, Omikron: The Nomad Soul will always have over it, a collaboration with the immortal David Bowie, who provided songs, played two characters and performed “live” in the world of the game.
Apparently learning nothing from the disaster of 1999’s Deep Blue Sea scientists, a new group is conducting genetic experiments with sharks that goes predictably deadly in the upcoming sequel Deep Blue Sea 2.
Taking inspiration from Grindhouse and Death Race/Roger Corman, SyFy is unleashing Blood Drive this summer, where a cop and a “violent vixen” are part of a cross country race in cars fueled by human blood.
Rob Zombie’s love of horror comes through clearly in the music video for Dragula, which takes it’s name from Grandpa Munsters’ hot rod but also features clips and scenes from classics of the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s.
We heard about The Woods a few months ago as the new movie from You’re Next and The Guest’s Adam Wingard but at Comic Con, it was revealed that The Woods is actually a direct sequel to 1999’s The Blair Witch Project.
Equal parts Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider, Tia Carrere starred as history professor/treasure hunter Sydney Fox in the syndicated adventure show Relic Hunter.
Smash Mouth’s “All Star” was everywhere in the late 90’s and early 2000’s, appearing prominiently in the movies Mystery Men, Shrek and Rat Race, as well as every 5 minutes on every radio station in the country.