80s

Behind-The-Scenes Stories From 'The Princess Bride' That Are Sweeter Than Any Fairy Tale

The thought that there could be a more wonderful and romantic movie than The Princess Bride is completely inconceivable. The cast was impeccable, the story was romantic, and the jokes were hilarious. Everything about this movie is basically perfect. But what do the people who made it think? 20th Century FoxIt's been 30 years since the movie came out, but the cast and director are still happy to talk about it. The movie was brought to life by director Rob Reiner, based on his favorite book The Princess Bride, but originally the studios didn't want him to make it.20th

Pop Culture

10 Facts About 'Roseanne' That Will Make You Miss The Original Series

Roseanne will be back in just a few short months, but now is the best time to catch up on our old favorites. There are a lot of things about the classic series that we may not know, and it might change how you feel about the revival. ABCRoseanne Barr's first TV show obviously helped her career, but how much do you really know about the classic sitcom? Find out now! 1. Because Roseanne was successful, other stand up comedians got their own showsSplitsiderBetween Roseanne and Seinfeld, TV executives were realizing that stand up comedians were a great resource for

Fashion

Take A Trip Through Time And Visit A Store Tailored For 80s And 90s Kids

There's a brand new store that you can go into that will essentially take you back in time! It's called Spark Pretty and it will honestly make any 80s or 90s kid's head explode. Spark PrettyThe store is full of everything you would need to relive your childhood; whether you grew up in geometric prints and scrunchies in the 80s, or hyper-color shirts and platform shoes in the 90s. Spark PrettyThe business was founded in 2012 by Amanda Dolan, but as of September 2017 it has a new storefront that you should absolute try to go visit in New York.

Music

Only Someone Born In The 80s Will Be Able To Name These Movies Based Only On Their Dance Scenes

It seemed like every 80s movie was either about dancing specifically, or had a fairly awesome dance break at some point. Whether the movie was about the oppressive town laws that forbid teens from expressing themselves through dance, or a choreographed street dance in the middle of a parade, there was always an excuse to bust a move in the 80s. There are a lot of iconic moments from 80s movies. Just think about it, there are so many that you can easily name! 'Footloose' is obviously one of the bestParamount PIcturesKevin Bacon dances his way into town and shakes

Pop Culture

Meat Loaf Has Had Enough Near Death Experiences That It'll Make You Wonder If He's Cursed

Meat Loaf is one of the biggest singers to come out of the 70s, and honestly his music still holds up to this day. He has had countless hit songs and many awesome performances in movies and TV shows that always make his fans happy. Personally, his role in Spice World is one of my favorites, but of course he was also in Rocky Horror Picture Show and Fight Club. Columbia PicturesHe was born as Marvin Lee Aday before he changed his name to Michael Lee Aday. Now, everyone knows him as the iconic rock star Meat Loaf. But even

80s

'Little Shop of Horrors' Is Coming Back To Theaters, But It's Not How You Remember It

Exciting news for Rick Moranis fans: one of his best movies will be heading back to theaters! Not only that, but it will actually have a new ending that has never been seen in theaters before! Warner Bros.Little Shop of Horrors was originally released back in 1986, and was one of the classic Rick Moranis movies that made us all fall in love with him in the 80s. He played the main character, Seymour, who runs a flower shop when he discovers his plant can talk. Warner Bros.The plant turns out to be not just your average talking

Toys

15 Toys That Prove How Much Better Our Childhood Was

Growing up in the 80s and 90s meant that you were lucky enough to own some of the coolest toys that have ever been made. There were just so many good ones to choose between! How many of these iconic toys did you play with when you were young? Barbie Dream HouseFlickriverHaving one of the many different Dream Houses was a pretty important thing when you were young. There were a few different models, but you needed somewhere for your Barbies to live! Whether you had the Barbie Dream House or the Barbie Town House, you were bugging your parents

Toys

6 Toy Machines We Were Completely Obsessed With As Kids

Creating something with our own two hands always made the best stuff. It didn't matter if it was a treat or a toy, it was also an activity that kept us busy for hours.  Whether we were making a bunch of shaved ice or melting things into our own toys, we all loved the fact that we were involved in the creative process. There were so many awesome kits to choose between, which one was your favorite? Creepy CrawlersEbayFor anyone who wanted to make a toy that was just a gross and slimy bug, this was the one for

80s

13 Things That Every 80s Girl Will Immediately Recognize

If you grew up in the 80s, you are pretty lucky. Everything was just totally radical in the 80s! We had the coolest hair, the best slang and obviously all the best clothes. It's safe to say we grew up in the best decade. Being a girl in the 80s had a lot of perks too. We had a bunch of cool stuff that kids today wouldn't understand. How many of these things do you recognize? PopplesEbayFor some reason the idea of a toy that could fold up into a little ball was super appealing to us? Charm BraceletsEbayThey were

80s

It Was One Of The Biggest Toys, But No One Remembers The Crazy Movie That Started It All

There were a lot of toys in the 80s and 90s that spawned television shows, but one of the most popular was My Pet Monster. EbayThe blue and pink beast  came out in 1986, and by 1987 it was popular enough for a TV show to come out to flesh out the character's backstory. EbayThe story of the monster was that he had handcuffs that turn him into a stuffed animal, but as soon as they are removed he would come to life. In the cartoon series, a boy named Max keeps Monster, using his handcuffs to help hide