Tag Archives: 80s


It’s rather surprising how many movie posters look exactly the same, and how many give moviegoers a sense of Déjà vu.


In the same vein of earlier creative gaming fans, here are some home-brew games that not only catch the attention of retro game lovers, but current movie and television show fanatics. If only these were real games!


Here are some great programming oriented games that I have found over the years, which can be played by programmers and non-programmers alike.


Check out our great top ten list featuring the top ten 90s television cartoon icons!


Sometimes the nicest things can be said with the simplest means (providing you’re both gamers).


Ever play games with your buddies and end up getting into arguments, disagreements, or even start using verbal abuse and physical attacks? We’ve compiled a list of our top twelve games that cause rifts between you and your friend.


It is in fact Matthew Broderick, and it has the music. Color me excited!


Of the films explored in this series, 1981’s “Arthur” seems the most appropriate to remake. Starring Dudley Moore, in what would be his most iconic role, “Arthur” follows the misadventures of the titular hapless drunk whose immense fortune and desperate alcoholism has left him alone and distanced from the rest of the world.


Here are six soundtracks that bring emotion and connectivity to their respective films and enhance their film’s success to the infinite degree.


The seventies and eighties weren’t such a good time to be a nerd. It was an era when soldiers, jocks, and corporate men ruled the world, and D&D players weren’t likely to get the girl. As the decades went by, the dynamic changed enough that Jocks were hiding inside on sunny days playing video games (even if it was Madden NFL) and the Nerds made it outside long enough to notice that having a tan ain’t that bad.

However you want to put it, things have changed enough that it isn’t such a black spot on your rep to admit that you’re into stuff that once would have gotten your underwear run up the flagpole.


You loved the first post about old cartoon and video game characters revamped into really fresh art, here is part two, featuring 80s film and tv characters, and Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network and Saturday morning characters!


Movies can change your entire life. They can alter your moods, your values and beliefs, and even change your hardened philosophy. Film brings out the best in people, allowing them to feel free and be open-minded about even the most controversial topics.


There’s nothing like reminiscing about your favorite childhood TV shows, and what better way then to look at excellently crafted hand drawn pictures of Nickelodeon cartoon characters like: Rocko Ren and Stimpy CatDog Aaahh!!! Real Monsters Sponge Bob Angry Beavers Read more…

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