If you love horror movies - especially those that made the scene in the 80's - check out the upcoming In Search of Darkness documentary!
Sure you could play boring old ping pong - but why do that when you could enjoy a game of Pig Pong?
The 80s were a magical time for comedy albums. Join me as I take a look back at some of my favorite.
The eighties and nineties were a golden age for dial-in hotlines. Starting with 976 numbers and rolling into 1-900 numbers, the nations appetite for canned recordings could not be abated.…
Nick Rocks was really my gateway into music to say nothing of music videos - although the memory of seeing Queen's I Want to Break Free on the classic music video program stands out most of all!
While I will certainly admit that 1985's The Black Cauldron has some story issues - I still am rather fond of the film. Did you know though that The Black Cauldron was featured at Tokyo Disneyland?!
Having the good fortune of being on vacation - it was made all the better by visiting Tee Rex, a vintage toy store in Eureka Springs!
As a Transformers fan, I am always delighted to stumble upon a vintage item that I didn't realize existed. Case in point with The Transformers: The Special Teams - it was an UK exclusive audio cassette relating the story of G1's Combiners!