Tuesday, October 6, 2009

The Best Movies Of 1992

This is my list for what I thought were pretty big successes of 1992 movies, Correct me if I'm wrong by throwing down some suggestions in the comments section

1. 3 Ninjas
2. Aladdin
3. Alien 3
4. Basic Instinct
5. Batman Returns
6. Beethoven
7. The Body Guard
8. Buffy The Vampire Slayer (The Movie without Sarah Michelle Gellher)
9 Bram Strokers Dracula
10. Candyman
11. Captain Ron
12. Chaplin
13. Class Act
14. Cool World
15. Death Becomes Her
16. Deep Cover
17. Diggstown
18. El Mariachi
19. Encino Man
20. Forever Young
21. A Few Good Men
22. The Hand That Rocks The Cradle
23. Hard Boiled (Best Hong Kong Cop Movie Ever!!!)
24. Home Alone 2: Lost In New York
25. Honey, I Blew Up The Kid
26. Honeymoon In Vegas
27. Juice
28. Ladybugs
29. The Last of The Mohicans
30. A League of Their Own
31. Lethal Weapon 3
32. Lorenzo's Oil
33. Malcolm X
34. The Mighty Ducks
35. My Cousin Vinny
36. Of Mice & Men
37. Passenger 57
38. Patriot Games
39. Pet Sematary 2
40. Reservoir Dogs
41. A River Runs Through It
42. School Ties
43. Scent of A Women
44. Sidekicks
45. Single White Female
46. Sleepwalkers
47. Sister Act
48. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
49. Unforgiven

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Retro Villian of The Week!!

Since it's October, I gotta go with some of the classic villains that made us scared to go to the basement alone or leave our rooms once the lights went off. So for the first week I'll defiantly have to go with my man Freddy K. as this weeks Retro Villain.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Welcome Back!

Hey Dudes n' Dudettes, I'm back
Sorry about the delay but my mind has been caught up in thoughts not of this earth, I've been pondering some of the biggest questions that plague our society such as why do we have a world team for hockey? I mean unless there's gonna be an intergalactic Olympics going down in the year couple of years its very unnecessary. But I'm back and ready to get to the retro issues once again.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

The Glory Days!!

The road to greatness has always been a road travelled by these Gods of retro gaming and current gaming. The journey started in 1989 with the single greatest console of the day, the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System)
This system was the best, the lineup of games that were available for this system was nuts, everything from the classic mario to zelda to punch out, the list goes on and on, remember having to blow inside the cartridge to make the game work hahahahah those were classic memories. The popularity of this system was through the roof, anyone remember that movie "The Wizard" This was nothing more then a long Nintendo commerical but it wasn't all bad, this movie showed people how to find the flute that takes you to the warp zone.The next console in all it glory is......the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) There's literally nothing bad you could say about this system, til this day I still have mine hooked up to the tv and game on it when i'm bored, remember when they released super mario world 2: Yoshi's Island, This game was just too cool for words, they had thing in the backdrop falling on you, monsters in the background jumping out at you, classic boss battles, like the jello dude that you gotta throw eggs at his heart (Oh, that takes me back) Remember when the console wars started between SEGA and Nintendo??? It's safe to say Nintendo won that war, I mean come on, Sonic vs Mario?? Mario was way cooler, he's a plumber whose a hero on the side with his brother for a sidekick and dinosaur for a pet, Sure beats a stupid blue hedgehog anyday. Shall we move on to the N64 (Nintendo 64) or as it was originally called the Ultra64, The ultra 64 sounds way more badass, shame they had to change the name. But anywho remember the sick graphics on this system and the introduction of some pretty wicked game series like Super Smash Bros, That was epic. Goldeneye, Killer Instinct Gold, Zelda, Clay Fighter, StarFox 64, Super Mario64, Donkey Kong64 (it's funny how they just added 64 at the end of the titles, great originality there Nintendo haha) these are just some of great titles on this system. I think I'll stop at the N64 before my head explodes due to nostalgia overflow.


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Sunday, June 7, 2009


Way before we had Internet and strategy guides the only way to get all our gaming info was through Nintendo Power. This magazine changed the way we looked at games in general, Lord knows if it wasn't for this magazine and that Fred Savage movie "The Wizard" none of us would have known where to get the flute in "Super Mario Bros 3." So today we stand and salute this great magazine that changed the way Nintendo was seen through the eyes of young gamers and teens from the late 80's and through the 90's. Viva La Nintendo!

Monday, June 1, 2009

Where Are They Now???

Today in the where are they know files, we find ourselves talking about "Captain Planet" Alot of us wonder what became of him and the planeteers. here's the story that they don't want you to know."Captain planet he's our hero, he's gonna take pollution down to zero" the words of true wisdom still ring in our ears like bells but once the worlds problem got to much too handle and people found out about his rocking green mallet, they just never wanted him around anyone, poor captain, he now sits alone in an empty office cubical writing up his memoirs of the time he brought 5 children together and helped saved the earth from environmental danger. our hearts go out to him and his many Noble deeds.