For the fourth book in the Choose Your Own Adventure series - it was R. A. Montgomery's Space and Beyond!
In 1980, people were obsessed with "who shot J.R.," to the point where they bought a fun little record about it.
Medleys like Stars on 45 were a fad for a few years in the 1980s and then slowly faded away. Why’d the fad die? Because that’s what fads do: they burn brightly then fade away when everybody gets tired of them.
Have you heard the Retroist podcast episode on the 1980 comedy film, The Private Eyes, yet? Hopefully it has made you want to seek this movie out and view it.…
Adventure is one of the best games ever made for the Atari 2600. A feature rich title, with complex gameplay, it had tremendous replayability that still makes it an entertaining title today. It also happened to be the first video game to contain an Easter Egg.
In the later life of the Code of Practices for Television Stations, the ethical set of standards set forth for television stations, Kaiser Broadcasting (and later Field Communications, which bought Kaiser in 1977) produced a series of shorts (approximately 30 seconds to one minute in length) called Snipets (pronounced "snippets").
Steve Martin is one of the greatest comedians and actors of our time - in my opinion of course. But to help prove that point check out when Steve Martin was performing stand-up for dogs!
When you have a hit show like Sanford and Son - it's not hard to see why you would create a spin-off series like Sanford Arms!
If you love horror movies - especially those that made the scene in the 80's - check out the upcoming In Search of Darkness documentary!
The midnight hour is nearly upon us - the perfect time to get together for a little Saturday Frights, right? Join us as we listen to Michael Whitehouse read The Summer House!