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.
The mostly forgettable, though enjoyable, Phobia premiered in theaters. It stars the guy that played Starsky in Starsky
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
Ever watch a movie and think, "What happened to so and so"? Yes? What did happened those people? Well after some time in the bowels of a hospital waiting room I found myself asking the same questions.
To preface this article, it would be fitting to say that I, the author, have been an avid player of tabletop RPGs (chiefly Dungeons & Dragons) since the seventh grade. This article will share both facts and opinions – I hope you, the reader, will
Futurecop! – Fairy Tales
‘True Retro-pop Synthwave’
As most of you might have already heard, Manchester duo 'Futurecop!' dropped their new album at the end of November, entitled 'Fairy Tales' and its one that we've been looking forward to hearing at New Retro Wave. Much like its
I know Halloween’s come and gone, but the horror continues!
Once we started doing game reviews, Splatterhouse stood out in my sick little
mind as one that needed to grace this website’s pages. Released internationally
by Namco in November 1988, the arcade cult classic got attention (both positive
I was seven years old when I was
first exposed to the world (metaworld?) of Final Fantasy. It was
a few days after Christmas of 1999 and my cousin had received Final Fantasy
VIII as a gift. Being seven in the presence of a teenager meant I had
THIS NOT ONLY SOUNDS AWESOME IN OUR EARS, BUT IS MESMERIZING FOR YOUR EYES.
WATCH AND BE AMAZED!
GET READY FOR GUNSHIP!
We received this gem of a trailer in the mail. Take a gander at this!
YOU CAN GRAB A COPY HERE
EVERYONE OF THESE MENTIONED ENTERTAINERS LOOKED MUCH DIFFERENT BACK IN THE DAYS.
The Local Video Store
NETFLIX and HULU, before Blockbuster
Video, even before youtube or the corrupted and self-obsessive internet. The
only place to see new films was at the Cineplex. People would make plans ‘over
the phone’ and make a day of going to the theaters to