90s

We Thought Blockbuster Was Over, But It Still Refuses To Die

Man, I miss going to Blockbuster on Friday or Saturday nights. As a kid, it felt as if that was your reward for a hard fought week of school and extra-curricular activities. Unfortunately, the experience of browsing the aisles of your local video store will never be known the current generation of grade school students, except for those lucky enough to grow up in Alaska. indiewire.comI don't know a single one of my friends who didn't spend a weekend evening going up and down the aisles with indecision, wondering what movie they wanted to watch, or what video game

00s

18 Things That Would Blow Your Mind If You Woke Up From A Ten Year Coma

I remember the first decade of the 2000s. It was a great time, simpler to be sure, but things sure have changed a lot since then. Changes have been happening so frequently that we barely think about it in the greater scheme of things.For those of you who may have fallen asleep for the last ten years, here are 18 of things that will have changed in that time. 1. The Fast And The Furious movies are still in production, but they now star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.YouTubeEven after the tragic death of Paul Walker the franchise has

Pop Culture

Seeing What Blockbuster Stores Have Become Will Make You Miss Your Favorite Video Store

Blockbuster was one of the biggest companies of the 90s, but where are they now? Pretty much nowhere. Well, there are still a few rogue locations open here and there, but most are closed forever. When they closed, a lot of people felt a little bit nostalgic for the simpler times, but none of them really actually want to go back. It's so much easier to rent movies from the comfort of your own home, but it's still fun to remember how it used to be. ExstreamistGoing to the local Blockbuster was such a huge deal. There really were a