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Star Wars – 6 of the Best!

Star Wars – 6 of the Best!

If there is a formula out there for creating one of the best movies of all time, then George Lucas discovered it when he created Star Wars. It is difficult, however, to pinpoint exactly what made it such a famous and legendary film. Was it anything specific at all, or did it just simply tick all the boxes? Looking at ...

The Dukes of Hazzard

The Dukes of Hazzard

What is there to say about The Dukes of Hazzard….well folks…what’s not to say.  The Dukes of Hazzard was a fast paced show with a blurry line between good and bad.  Were the Dukes good or were they bad?  Uncle Jesse was a known bootlegger and moonshiner and the boys were on probation.  On the other hand, they fought ...

Gaming Consoles of the 80s

Gaming Consoles of the 80s

The 1980s brought to the world many great inventions, music, movies and people in general.  Microsoft Windows 1.0, the CD-ROM, E.T., The Karate Kid, Michael Jackson and Tom Cruise all made their way onto the scene during the 80s.  During this decade there were several gaming consoles that made a dramatic and lasting ...

Pink Floyd: A Psychedelic, Philosophic Sensation

Pink Floyd: A Psychedelic, Philosophic Sensation

Pink Floyd has a well-deserved reputation as being a band of evolution. They started out as a psychedelic rock band, but emerged into a premier progressive rock group. Their run has been a true journey and a classic band saga. The band found its beginnings in a group of architecture students who had a knack for ...

The Karate Kid

The Karate Kid

The Karate Kid (1984) movie franchise will probably be forever known as one of the best underdog stories out there. The general plotline is the quintessential story of ‘young boy vs. the world’, a journey of fortitude against the odds. It also encapsulates the idea of a young boy finding a father figure in someone who ...

The A-Team – “Jailed for a Crime They Didn’t Commit”

The A-Team – “Jailed for a Crime They Didn’t Commit”

Do you remember Mohawks, sleeveless t-shirts and gold chains, or better yet overalls and a weight-lifting belt? Do you remember black vans and red corvettes with red stripes? Do you remember baseball caps with wings on the side? How about disguises and cigars? If so, you know what I am talking about, you are reading ...

Arcade Games of the 80s

Arcade Games of the 80s

From Donkey Kong To Pole Position There are many different things that help to define a generation or a decade, chief among them global events and popular culture references.  The 1960s and 70s were defined by the Vietnam War, Woodstock, Watergate, and many other events.  The 1980s were defined by, in part, popular ...

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Turtle Power

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Turtle Power

From Pet Store to Super Heroes The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles originally began as a comic book published by Mirage Studios back in 1984 written by the legendary Peter Laird. They were soon turned into a cartoon series with a full line of toys and have achieved popular culture status after their long string of ...

The Rolling Stones – Revolutionary Rock Legends

The Rolling Stones – Revolutionary Rock Legends

In 1962, the versatile Brian Jones and Scottish keyboarder Ian Stewart joined with actor/vocalist Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards in a rehearsal organized by Jones. That June, the four (along with drummer Tony Chapman and bassist Dick Taylor) became “The Rolling Stones,” what would become one of the most ...

Superman – The Movies

Superman – The Movies

Clark Kent - A Man of Steel   ‘One of the great comic book heroes’ is how most people have described the legendary Superman. But beyond his comic book origins, the Superman franchise has delivered to the world a number of Superman movies which build on this infamous man. It inspired a new market for ...