90s

Lip Smacker's New Christmas Collection Brings Back Your 90s Favorites. All Of Them.

If there was one product that you had to pick that would best represent what it was like to be a preteen in the 90s, I think a lot of us girls would agree that Lip Smackers would be the best choice. These little tubes of oftentimes glittered, scented, colorful lip-balm made us all feel like the fanciest of ladies, totally ready to grab our purses and do whatever it is that our moms did when they weren't paying attention to us. You had so many different choices too. You'd have a classic berry scented red Lip Smacker, you'd have

80s

Die Hard's Reginald VelJohnson Reveals How Al Powell Got Him Cast On Family Matters

Watching Die Hard is like watching a little piece of history. It truly has remained one of the greatest movies of all time no matter how much time passes. Maybe we didn't know how special it was when we first saw it, but as the decades go on, it has become clear that it's a true classic that is basically required viewing for every single person. Everyone obviously thinks of Bruce Willis when they think about Die Hard, which makes sense because he embodies John McClane in a way that makes him feel real, but he's not the only iconic

90s

Trailer For New Nickelodeon Documentary Has Your 90s Favorites Spilling All The Secrets

Nickelodeon wasn't just a television network, it was basically a generation. Kids all over the country were bonded in this weird little family, obsessing over shows that our parents just couldn't possibly understand. They were for us. They weren't made to appeal to our parents, they were made for our enjoyment and so we felt a special connection to them unlike any other shows. Nickelodeon is still going strong today, but it's hard to remember that there was a time before the iconic kids network came around. The company may be a juggernaut now, but how did it get started?

80s

How Much Are The Original American Girl Dolls Actually Worth?

Chances are that when you were growing up there were a few dolls that you always wanted. There were some Barbie dolls that were absolutely coveted, there were of course the iconic Cabbage Patch Dolls that everyone needed, but there was one brand that seemed to take the cake when it came to the most desirable doll on the market. American Girl dolls were probably the fanciest things our tiny brains could dream of owning. Sure, they cost a pretty penny when they first came out, but if you could convince your parents that they were worth it, you were

90s

Reptar Bars Are Back And They Are The "Superist" And The "Duperist" Versions Yet

Everyone remembers watching Rugrats as a kid, right? It was only the best kids' show ever. Those "dumb babies" as Angelica Pickles would say were a lot more clever than they let on, and in their many adventures they inspired us kids to believe that we could do anything. I mean, we don't have to question how or why a baby keeps a screwdriver in his diaper, because the logistics of where he got it or how he keeps it in there without hurting himself is beyond me, but that's not what matters here. What does matter is that these

70s

'Watership Down' Terrified Us As Kids, But Now It's Back With A Brand New Remake

There are a bunch of movies from our childhood that looking back are kind of messed up. Whether it's kids getting turned into blueberries or aliens coming down from outer space only to phone home, we've had to deal with a lot. But there's one movie that confused a lot of kids, and probably scarred even more for life. Watership Down was an animated movie made in 1978, and while a cartoon about rabbits seems like it'd be a great choice for children, the truth is that it was kind of horrific. I believe that my brain has completely blocked

90s

Delia's Is Back With A Brand New Collection And It'll Take You Right Back To The 90s

If you had to pick one clothing company that could accurately describe the ideal 90s style, chances are you'd pick dELiA*s. Sure, the name is a pain to type, but it's the one brand of clothing that every cool girl wanted to own. The catalogs would arrive in the mail, and we'd spend days curating our ideal orders, while our moms would look over our shoulder and say "No, no, not that, you can only pick one" and so on and so forth until we finally narrowed down our choices to one simple sweater. Even if we never purchased

90s

The Spice Girls Announced Their Reunion Tour Dates And We Really 'Wannabe' There

It's been months and months of a "will they or won't they" debate, but we've finally got some concrete details about the Spice Girls reunion tour. It feels like every time they appear on a talk show or make a comment on Twitter they've been contradicting what the others have said, but now it's official, there's no going back, the Spice Girls are going on tour. Well, sort of. There is one catch, Victoria Beckham is not going to be there. We all suspected it for a while, as she herself had said that she didn't want to go on

Movies

Tom Hanks Discussed The "Impactful Ending" Of 'Toy Story 4' And Now We're Terrified

Tom Hanks is basically America's Sweetheart. I know that title is usually reserved for whatever young ingenue is starting to gain popularity in Hollywood, but let's be honest here, no one is more beloved than the one and only Mr. Tom Hanks. He's given us some of the most amazing performances of any actor, with his films ranging from emotional heavy-hitters like Forrest Gump to iconic comedies like Big. Hanks is one of those actors that is impossible to dislike and it seems like every time we hear more from him, we all love him a bit more. Right now,

Movies

For Better Or Worse, The Newest 'Leprechaun' Sequel Will Change The Whole Franchise

As every movie from our childhoods comes back in what we may as well call "the decade of reboots," we are starting to run out of the obvious choices. All of the Disney movies are getting done, Mary Poppins is coming back, and even Halloween got a franchise-changing sequel. The interesting thing about the sequel to Halloween was that it completely erased all the follow-ups that had been made in the years since the first movie came out. Instead of going back into the lore to explain how the character kept dying again and again, they just ignored it all