The resurgence of ’90s pop culture isn’t going to slow down any time soon, but if you need further proof of that here’s some news: Animorphs is heading to the big screen.
Even if you never read any of the Animorphs series, you probably at least recognize the name because its book covers were all over every Barnes & Noble and Borders… Continue reading '90s Nostalgia Strikes Again: 'Animorphs' To Get Rebooted On The Big Screen
Are classic commercials for Coca-Cola products in vogue this year? The finale of Mad Men had us all recalling the famous “Buy the World a Coke” jingle from the 1970s, and now we have an exclusive clip from the topical new French film Samba that pays tribute to a 1998 ad for Diet Coke.
Do you remember the one with the office full… Continue reading Exclusive: Watch a Funny Clip From 'Samba' That Brings Back a Classic '90s Ad
A few years ago remaking movies from the ’80s was all of the rage. And while that trend is certainly going to continue for the foreseeable future (the ’80s had a lot of great movies, after all), we’re already starting to edge into ’90s nostalgia territory. Surprisingly one of the movies leading that decade’s remake charge is none other than the 1992… Continue reading The '90s Comeback Continues With a 'Sister Act' Remake
Guardians of the Galaxy – Disney – Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVDDirector: James GunnCast: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Lee Pace, Bradley Cooper,Michael Rooker. Full cast + crew
Think of how often you hear someone recommend a TV show but with the qualification that “Season one is okay, but in season two everything clicks into place once all the characters find their stride.” Well, Guardians of the Galaxy is like the… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' 'Dolphin Tale 2' and One of the Best Horror Movies of the '90s
We’re only just now teetering on a wave of ’90s nostalgia at the movies, and things like Dumb and Dumber To are just a sign of what’s to come. And as someone who grew up in the late ’80s/’90s sweet spot, I’m happy to ride this wave of nostalgia for a little while, especially since it means we’re now getting a movie version of Scary