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
Left for dead after a heist, thief and overall bad ass Porter goes to war against his former employers and partners to get the $70,000 he’s owed.
Pop/Rap group FakeLife delivered one of the best homages to the 90’s with 2013’s “Find Me in the 90’s”, with references to Fresh Prince, Michael Jordan, Sonic, Mario and much more.
Jack Black pays homage to the wonderfully cheesy movie theme songs of the 80’s and 90’s with the official song of the Goosebumps movie, Bumps Gonna Goose Ya.
While building a railroad bridge in Africa, military engineer John Patterson must deal with a pair of deadly rogue lions who are killing the workers.
Along with breakfast cereal, toys and games, Steve Urkel also got his own dance during the second season of Family Matters.
The theme song for Terminator 2, Guns N Roses “You Could Be Mine”, has a music video that features Arnold as the T-800 targeting the band at one of their concerts.
Our first “Movie of the Month”, which will get a commentary at the end of the month, is Jackie Chan’s first huge release in the US, Rumble in the Bronx.
To celebrate the holidays, Zach, Chris, Chris A and Asa settle in for the only Christmas movie to feature an amnesiac Hulk Hogan, Santa with Muscles