From books, to television, to film, from age two to age ten, Beverly Cleary's stories of a little girl with a big imagination, endure the test of time!
On this episode of the Retroist Podcast, I tackle the 1988 cult classic, Mac and Me. Despite knowing that his film is unintentionally funny, I find it charming and worthy of watching unironically.
Battle Chess was a game that made me laugh and kept me constantly entertained. Surprisingly though, it taught me nothing about how to win at chess.
If you love horror movies - especially those that made the scene in the 80's - check out the upcoming In Search of Darkness documentary!
Ever wonder what Avengers: Infinity War would have possibly looked like if it had been released in the 80's?
The late and great Bill Paxton talked a whole lot of co-stars from his films into being in these Martini Ranch music videos!
Admit it, you remember the scene in "Dumb and Dumber" when Harry and Lloyd cry over a commercial. Now, find out the story behind that commercial - a "miniseries"-style advertising campaign for Pacific Bell called "The Rain Children"!
Die Hard is an amazing movie, but did you ever notice the problem with the touchscreens at Nakatomi Plaza? Given time, this interface would eventually do more damage than Hans Gruber and all his cronies.
The 80s were a magical time for comedy albums. Join me as I take a look back at some of my favorite.
Take a few moments and travel back to 1988 and enjoy this delightful A Nightmare on My Street music video - featuring DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince!