Yes it is time. Not for a retro review. It is time for the long awaited objective retrospective of the Cult Classic, The Last Dragon or as I call it, The Tragedy of Sho’nuff.
Yes, Love it or Hate it. The classic 1979 Walter Hill classic about New York City gangs during one of the worst times in the city’s history will be turning 36 years old in September. This is not a Retro Review but
Roddy Piper has become a favorite wrestler to many a people who never seen him when he was active. It’s all good. The memes are welcomed. The R.I.P.’s are necessary. Rowdy Roddy Piper is a pop culture icon. He is
This Month In Retro is a monthly article where we look back on the current month as it happened during the 1980's. Learn, reminisce, and stay retro. In film: Xanadu was released. Interestingly enough, the soundtrack of the film performed much better commercially
Yes folks. Here is the first of many visual treats. Directed by Mykola Dosenko, who has also worked with Major Lazer, Snoop Lion (:p), Kanye West and more. Feast your eyes on the introduction of Magnatron
Yo! Since it is June and I know your dusting off your “Girls, Just Wanna Have Fun” singles for Gay Pride; I’d like to make my own, somewhat, dedication by talking about a series from way back in the day
This Month In Retro is a monthly article where we look back on the current month as it happened during the 1980's. Learn, reminisce, and stay retro. In film: Which Star Wars film is your favorite and why is it Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back? The
Thats right folks, you heard it here first. David Hasslehoff just released the official movie theme "True Survivor" for the Kung Fury Movie. Produced by none other than the EPIC Mitch Murder!!! The vocals are NOT to be contested!! The HOFF continues to WIN!
This Month In Retro is a monthly article where we look back on the current month as it happened during the 1980's. Learn, reminisce, and stay retro. In film: Where the Buffalo Roam was released. Despite having an excellent soundtrack, using the life of a very interesting
Many of John Carpenter’s films have common threads that stitch them gently together. For instance, the majority of the visuals (camerawork, exposures, etc.) create a mood that is not only nightmarishly dark but also thrown into stark, bold contrast. It creates the effect of a