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Welcome back, fans! I know, I know––it’s been a long while since the last Nostalgia’s Revenge! dropped, and while I wanted to dive back into it over the summer with a piece about summer “lacklusters” (that is, the opposite of blockbusters), that seasonal ship had set sail without me. However, it’s...
Mattel’s 2022 Hammond Collection toy line for die-hard dino-fans is now on sale, so let’s take a look back at 1993’s merchandising monster.
The Star Wars Expanded Universe existed a long time ago in a galaxy not so far away. What once had been considered canon which is now only legend.
‘Vinyl Nation’ goes beyond the music itself to delve into those who are compelled to embrace a once-obsolete format. Watch the trailer.
The early '80s were a wild time. Looking back nearly 40 years, it's easy to forget that, before Hasbro created Transformers and G.I. Joe, there were other toy lines that were trying to catch our attention. Toy lines such as Robo Force from Ideal. Backed by a surprisingly high quality animated...
The 2021 documentary ‘Freakscene: The Story of Dinosaur Jr.’ will finally be arriving in theaters nationwide, albeit for one night only.
Weeks and months whizzed by, and I realized that I had somehow become a full-blown MOTU Origins collector.
Purple Roundy was not only a tenacious competitor, but also the pride of Phoenix, and 30 years later, one of the most popular competitors in American Gladiators history. Where is he now? We seek out answers.
Pinball manufacturer Multimorphic, Inc. announced in a teaser video the upcoming release of an officially licensed Weird Al pinball machine titled Weird Al's Museum of Natural Hilarity. Unlike most newly-manufactured pinball machines, the Weird Al pinball game will be released in as a kit upgrade...
The animated sci-fi classic, Heavy Metal is arriving for the first time on 4K Ultra HD on April 19th within a limited edition SteelBook format from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.