The highly anticipated third season of Stranger Things hit over the Fourth of July holiday weekend and it’s still an absolute blast full of goopy monsters, fun characters and great homages to the 80s as the Hawkins gang battles a new supernatural threat along with villainous Russians who are trying to undo everything the gang fought to stop in Season 2.
You may think the song “Pretty in Pink” was inspired by the movie of the same name but it actually came first in 1981, with John Hughes taking inspiration from the title while the band The Psychedelic Furs performed a new version to go with the movie in 1986.
Dropped completely out of nowhere on Netflix a few weeks ago, The Lonely Island celebrated/parodied the home running slamming, steroid abusing duo of Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire in the “visual poem”, The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience.
On a quest to protect a baby princess who will grow up to destroy the evil queen ravaging the kingdom, humble farmer and magician Willow Ufgood joins forces with cocky swordsman Madmartigan to take on magical creatures and evil soldiers.
Gamebox 2.0 is back for another round of gaming goodness and this time we’ve played a bunch of games that are inspired by the 80s and 90s, not just the games of those eras but the general culture as well.
Almost 30 years since the Critters last terrorized theaters in Critters 4, the intergalactic monsters are back in March in a new Shudder exclusive series, Critters: A New Binge.
Very loosely based on the classic Namco/Atari arcade racing game, Pole Position hit Saturday mornings in 1984 and followed the Darrett siblings, stunt show performers who were also secretly government agents using their highly advanced vehicles to fight crime.
Although it seemed like Eminem was a lock for “Dumbest Superhero Song of 2018” with his ode to Venom, Pitbull has swept in at the last minute and stolen the crown with his Toto sampling Aquaman song, “Ocean to Ocean”.