80s

The Original 'Transformers' Movie Is Coming Back To Theaters And We're Ready To Roll Out

How many times have you watched the classic 1986 Transformers movie? Probably a lot right? The classic story about our favorite robots in disguise is the only one that matters to a lot of us. Sorry Shia LaBeouf, but the only Optimus Prime we really want to see is the cartoon one. Okay, sure, a lot of people seem to love the live-action movies, otherwise why else would they be making a sixth one? But I think we can all admit that the cartoon is where true fans go when they want to watch some quality Transformers content. The movie

90s

'Power Rangers' Are Coming Back (Again) Thanks To New Deal With Hasbro

When Power Rangers was rebooted last year, there were a lot of excited people and a lot of people who were, well, let's just call them 'less than excited.'People were ready for our 'Mighty Morphing Power Rangers' to come and save the day, but then again, we all tend to hate new spins on old classics. When the movie came out, it did well at first, but the hype kind of fell off as soon as all the other summer movies started coming out. Power Rangers would go on to make over $85 million domestically, and over $140 worldwide,

80s

First Look At The New 'Terminator' Sequel Shows Sarah Connor Is Back And Ready To Fight

The Terminator movies were some of the most influential action movies of our time. They made us think twice about having AI robots, and honestly, they freaked a lot of us out completely when we were young. Should we have been watching Terminator as kids? Probably not. Did that stop us? Nope! Instead we all just developed what I'll call a 'healthy concern' for super-mega corporations that we think could be turning into the next Skynet. Sarah Connor became our hero. The way she transformed from damsel to badass lady really stood out as something different, and even though her

90s

They're Making A Prequel Of 'The Sandlot' And It's 'Killin' Me, Smalls'

Everyone remembers the iconic movie The Sandlot. It was one of those 90s classics that we would watch over and over again, until we finally learned each and every word of it. When it came out, you could hear everyone repeating "You're killin' me, Smalls" all the time, and now, after all these years, it's all going to come back to us. The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that a new movie is going to be released, and before you get mad at a potential reboot, relax, it's not a reboot. They aren't even trying to make a sequel. It's actually

Movies

'Scream' Fans Can Go To A Party At 'Stu's House' And Even Get A Call From Ghostface

We all want to take some time an live in the worlds that our favorite movies create for us. Imagine how fun it would be to step inside the delightful worlds that people work so hard to make? Most of them would be super fun to explore, but there's one type of movie that most people would probably want to avoid. Horror movies are generally the kind of genre that you enjoy watching, but wouldn't want to experience first hand. Trying to fight off a murder is really not most people's idea of a fun time, or at least that's

Movies

'Street Fighter' Director Claims Jean-Claude Van Damme Was 'Coked Out Of His Mind' On Set

Jean-Claude Van Damme was one of the top action actors of the 90s. He came onto the scene in the 80s after transitioning from the world of martial arts to the big screen in movies like No Retreat, No Surrender, and Black Eagle. By the mid 90s, he was a huge name in Hollywood, and was cast in Street Fighter. The movie was based on the video game of the same name, and they were hoping it would be a huge hit. However, when it came time to film, the director quickly realized that working with Van Damme wasn't going

Movies

New 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Trailer Tackles Fan Complaints And We're More Excited Than Ever

Ever since the Queen movie was announced, people have been on the edge of their seats wondering how it would turn out. Freddie Mercury was such a legend, that the thought of him being the topic of a movie makes a lot of people nervous. It didn't help that there was all the drama from the start of the production that resulted in an all-new cast and direction, but when we finally got a look at what they had in mind we all got excited.Little hints about the plan for the movie have been released slowly over the last

Fads

There's Now Only One Blockbuster Left, But It Refuses To Give Up

We've all known for a while that Blockbuster was basically a lost cause. Most Blockbuster locations closed down many years ago, leaving behind their empty buildings that look like they house all the ghosts of the 90s. However there were a few places where Blockbuster Video refused to die. There were six locations remaining in Alaska, and one in Bend, Oregon, but this weekend marks a sad moment. All of the Alaskan Blockbusters have been officially closed. Four had actually been closed earlier in the year, but this weekend the final two locations closed their doors for good. But don't

80s

'Big' Is Celebrating Their 30th Anniversary By Heading Back To Theaters

Big is one of those movies that no matter how ridiculous the plot seems, we all still love it. It is beloved by critics and fans alike, and to this day we all are obsessed with it. The Tom Hanks comedy manages to make a movie about a kid who turned into an adult overnight seem like it's almost realistic. You feel like Josh could be a real guy, and you really want him to find that Zoltar machine. It has been 30 years since the release of the classic movie, and to celebrate the anniversary, it's coming back to

80s

Alleged 'Mortal Kombat' Reboot Character List Gets Leaked, Throwing Fans Into A Panic

The movie Mortal Kombat was a pretty exciting thing back in the day. While it's pretty popular for movies to be made out of video games now, back in the 90s it was all still new. The thing was, the movie didn't turn out as great as everyone expected. Critics hated it, and fans weren't completely sold on it either. While it made a decent amount of money, they kind of pushed their luck and made a sequel, seemingly killing the franchise. But it seems as though enough time has passed, and Warner Bros. and New Line are ready to