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  • Aarushi Shetty
    Published about 11 hours ago
    Alone in Berlin: A Culture Shock

    Alone in Berlin: A Culture Shock

    I came across Alone in Berlin by Hans Fallada through my University reading list. It is a fictional novel that is inspired by true events. It has very often been compared to non-fiction books due to its closeness to the reality of Germany during Hitler’s regime. As it is inspired by real life events, the case itself seems to have been re-written based on the articles Fallada found in the newspaper at the time.
  • James F. Ewart
    Published about 12 hours ago
    James Reviews: 'Bumblebee'

    James Reviews: 'Bumblebee'

    The first thought that comes to mind when hearing of a Transformers spin-off is how they could damage the franchise even further. After the dismal fifth entry from Michael Bay, which became the lowest grossing film of the series, it seemed that the best option would be to shut down the franchise. A change of director has done some good, as Bumblebee is a fun, charming adventure with a strong lead in Hailee Steinfeld.
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published about 13 hours ago
    'Addams Family Values'—A Movie Review

    'Addams Family Values'—A Movie Review

    They’re creepy and their kooky, mysterious and spooky, they’re all together ooky. Any guesses? That’s right, they’re the Addams Family!
  • Trevor Wells
    Published about 17 hours ago
    Film Review: 'Deviant Love'

    Film Review: 'Deviant Love'

    Following a messy separation from her unfaithful husband, Jamie Mayfield (Emma Bell) has returned to her hometown with her young son Preston (Bradley Bundlie), hoping to seek refuge from her troubles. Soon after arriving in town, Jamie meets the handsome and charming private investigator Whit (Nick Ballard), who proves to be just what Jamie needs in the midst of both her separation and her ongoing struggles with her well-meaning but overbearing parents Marlene and Boone (Gail O'Grady and Corbin Timbrook).
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published about 17 hours ago
    My Review of 'El Camino'

    My Review of 'El Camino'

    El Camino is the movie I guess not a lot of us expected to see. The movie takes place pretty much after the series finale of Breaking Bad. They even have a little recap of what had happened before the movie starts. After all it's been six years since the series finale. That's a long time, and I'm sure not a lot of people remember every little detail of Breaking Bad since then.
  • Dylan Cullum
    Published about 19 hours ago
    'No Guns Life' Episode 2

    'No Guns Life' Episode 2

    We pick things up directly following the events of the first episode where Juuzou is in the middle of saving the boy that had run away from the testing facility. We get a fantastic display of just how powerful of a character he actually is when he gets serious, as in this episode, he is able to derail a train traveling at full speed by punching it. After a brief battle, he was able to save the boy and take him away just as he had promised to do. Juuzou takes the boy to a mechanic/surgeon to have him fixed up while he goes out to find his favourite brand of cigarettes. Juuzou is then approached by the corporation that worked on developing the tech that is on the boy that he saved, and their method of blackmail was to steal all of his favourite brand of cigarettes from the city.
Staff Picks
  • Isaac Shapiro
    Published 2 days ago
    All Might from 'My Hero Academia' Is the Hero We Deserve and the One We Need Right Now

    All Might from 'My Hero Academia' Is the Hero We Deserve and the One We Need Right Now

    The greatest pillar holding up the entire series of My Hero Academia is All Might. He’s the classic superhero archetype. Basically imagine Superman filtered through the lens of shonen manga and you have All Might, and I think a great part of the series's core appeal lies with him, and how he’s the Superman archetype done right.
  • Trevor Wells
    Published 7 days ago
    Lifetime Review: 'Sinister Seduction'

    Lifetime Review: 'Sinister Seduction'

    Real estate agent Sharon Elliott (Kristina Klebe) has been worried about her teenage son, Anthony (Sebastian Cabanas). Ever since her husband, and Anthony's father Mark (Michael Houston King), was mysteriously murdered, Sharon has found herself disconnected from her son. So, when classmate Dylan Warren (Tanner Buchanan) suddenly befriends Anthony and becomes a rock for her troubled son, Sharon is thrilled, and thankful for her son's new friend.
  • Brittany Drye
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Movies from Your Childhood That Were Unintentionally Terrifying

    5 Movies from Your Childhood That Were Unintentionally Terrifying

    When we were kids, life seemed so much simpler... Basically all you had to worry about was keeping on the up and up with Saturday morning cartoons and brushing your teeth after your third bowl of Crunch Berries so your parents wouldn’t ride your ass about it. The adults were in charge of keeping you alive and the rest was just good livin.' Income taxes, tampons, cholesterol, and whiskey dick were still in the distant and unfathomable future.
  • Jonathan Sim
    Published 2 months ago
    'Blinded By the Light' Is an Inspiring Story That Will Connect With Audiences All Over the World

    'Blinded By the Light' Is an Inspiring Story That Will Connect With Audiences All Over the World

    I had an advance screening for this movie a month ago, but decided not to go because of the rain. Now that I've watched this movie at another screening, I only have one thing to say.
  • Marco Cardoni
    Published 3 months ago
    The Last Person to Finish 'Stranger Things' Series 3 Speaks (Spoiler Review)

    The Last Person to Finish 'Stranger Things' Series 3 Speaks (Spoiler Review)

    In an age where a new streaming service pops up out of nowhere sooner than you can fart twice, (nice, I just found a wild Disney+ up my arse!) it’s hard to find any media property that has enough cultural recognition, popularity, and pulling power—yeah, they’re basically all the same thing, but I was hoping you wouldn’t notice—to draw in enough people for a half decent "water cooler" conversation. However, the Duffer brothers’ smash hit Stranger Things has been a delight for me in that respect, even topping The Fantasy Show That Shall Not Be Named for viewership numbers and excitement levels amongst my little group of young adult peers. Nonetheless, the buzz for the Duffers’ show was not limited to just my friends. The official figures reveal that Stranger Things’ third series was Netflix’s most viewed "thing" ever within a four day time frame. This really begs the question: Why in the Upside-Down is this derivative, predictable, 80s nostalgia fest so Demodog-damn popular?
  • Neal Litherland
    Published 3 months ago
    Who Was the Real James Bond?

    Who Was the Real James Bond?

    James Bond 007 is perhaps the most well-known fictional espionage agent in history. The grand-daddy of Jimmy-come-lately characters like Jason Bourne, it's been estimated that over half of the world's population has seen a film starring the suave super spy. Though not as many people have read the originals penned by creator Ian Fleming (who was sort of an insane badass in his own right), the books have survived, and even thrived for decades now. For all that time there has been one, burning question in the minds of many franchise fans; who is the real James Bond?
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Celebrities
  • Rasma Raisters
    Published 8 days ago
    The Great Garbo

    The Great Garbo

    One Old Hollywood star that has greatly impressed me is Greta Garbo, and she is known for her famous line “I want to be alone” when she left Hollywood for good. She was a beautiful Swedish actress with a sexy, husky voice. Her Hollywood debut came in the film The Torrent in 1926.
  • Rasma Raisters
    Published 17 days ago
    Hollywood Magic

    Hollywood Magic

    Frank Capra
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 18 days ago
    Prince George and Princess Charlotte's Last Name in School

    Prince George and Princess Charlotte's Last Name in School

    Princess Charlotte, age four, is excited about attending the same school as her older brother Prince George, six, who is in his second year there. Even though they are royals, they are not treated any more special than the other children at their school. They attend the $23,000-a-year Thomas’s Battersea, an exclusive private school in London. The school is located less than four miles from Kensington Palace, where Prince Charlotte and Prince George live with their one-year-old brother Prince Louis, and their parents.
Comics
  • Alexandrea Sams
    Published 13 days ago
    Joker

    Joker

    As the Joker movie (that no one in any way asked for or wanted) comes out, I think it is important to take a look at comic book Joker’s origins and story lines. The Joker first appeared in the debut issue of Batman in April of 1940. He was originally supposed to be a single-issue villain but was editorially spared by Whitney Ellsworth. In his original comic book appearances, the Joker is introduced as a psychopath with a sadistic sense of humor. It was not until the 1950s that he became more of a prankster.
  • Briana Jenkins
    Published 16 days ago
    Comics' Hottest Characters
  • Amanda Rue
    Published 17 days ago
    Top 3 Romance/Drama Webtoons

    Top 3 Romance/Drama Webtoons

    Webcomics are easily accessible, update weekly, and have a large variety of stories to select from. Out of all the numerous genres available, the romance/drama genre takes the cake, being by far the most favorable by fans and creators alike. Memorable characters, laugh-out-loud comedy, plot twists, and visual pleasures await you in these top three romance/drama webcomics found on LINE WEBTOON!
Cosplay
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 7 days ago
    Spider-Man Fever

    Spider-Man Fever

    Are your Spidey senses tingling? Good, because this article is about our friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man. I recently asked people to submit their photos to me on Facebook, showing off their favorite suits. They were amazing and I can't wait to show them to everyone. I'm more of a DC fan, but I do respect Marvel fans and I watch more Marvel movies than I do DC. The first Marvel cosplay I debuted last year was The Human Spider from the 2002 film, Spider-Man. I attended a Halloween festival in my area two weeks later, wearing that same outfit. Then the day before my birthday, a loss that crushed Marvel fans everywhere: the death of Stan Lee. Finally, I received something amazing: my first Spider-Man suit. It arrived in the mail before Thanksgiving and when I first tried it on, I was giddy and couldn't wait to show it off to my friends. So I posted pics and videos on social media and received positive feedback. Over two weeks later, I went to see Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and yes, I did see that movie in my Captain Spider-Man suit. I've now had my suit for almost a year and have been going to cons and other events in it since. I do plan on buying another suit soon, most likely, Miles Morales. I didn't know that there were around 40 different kinds of Spider-Man suits before today.
  • Yarn Goddess Cosplay
    Published 17 days ago
    Dear Black Men...

    Dear Black Men...

    Once again, if you got past the title then you’re either intrigued or ready to get mad, but either way thanks for the views!
  • Bobby Tequila
    Published about a month ago
    A Portal to an Asgard Unknown

    A Portal to an Asgard Unknown

    Imagine an evening where you are costumed up in your fave Marvel attire. Imagine being energized to show off a could-be mutant power that you forever dreamt of. Imagine a world where you can have fun and there is no one there to pass judgement on your hero pleasures. The time for all creators to assemble is now.
Entertainment
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published a day ago
    “Talking Star: 'The Star Report: Are You Offended By the N-Word?’”

    “Talking Star: 'The Star Report: Are You Offended By the N-Word?’”

    It’s an exclusive tonight on a Wednesday for the original Objective Hater. Mr. Torain talks first about a Walmart health center which opened up in Georgia. Next, he flips to the other topic about the word being used by actress Gina Rodriguez. Again, the show incorporates three stories with the Cuba Gooding Jr. mess.
  • Dylan Cullum
    Published 2 days ago
    An Anime Review 'Lord El-Melloi II's Case Files: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note'

    An Anime Review 'Lord El-Melloi II's Case Files: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note'

    Lord El-Melloi II Case Files: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note, is a 13 episode long anime that is based on the manga by Sakamoto Mineji, and Sanda Makoto, set within the Type Moon Universe. The show was produced by TROYCA (Re:Creators, Aldnoah.Zero), with directing duties handled by Katou Makoto (assistant director—Re:Creators, episode director—Aldnoah.Zero), with series composition handled by Kodachi Ukyou (Fate/Apocrypha, Boruto: Naruto the Movie), and music composition by the great Kajiura Yuki (Pandora Hearts, Fate/Zero). The three leads of Waver, Gray and Reines are played by Namikawa Daisuke (Beck, Days), Ueda Reina (Kekkai Sensen, Little Witch Academia), and Minase Inori (FLCL Progressive, Re:Creators) respectively.
  • Marguerita Tan
    Published 3 days ago
    5 Fantasy Book Series to Read Before Their Upcoming TV Adaptations

    5 Fantasy Book Series to Read Before Their Upcoming TV Adaptations

    Game of Thrones is the perfect example of an epic fantasy saga that started life as a bestselling novel series before being adapted into a television series. The fact that the HBO medieval drama went on to become the most watched and awarded television show of all time is arguably why a slew of fantasy book-to-TV adaptations are coming our way, including The Witcher, Shadow and Bone, and His Dark Materials.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Neal Litherland
    Published about a month ago
    Was Captain Jack Sparrow a Real Person?

    Was Captain Jack Sparrow a Real Person?

    Captain Jack Sparrow is probably the most famous fictional pirate seen in generations, pushing infamous figures like Captain Blood and Treasure Island's Captain Flint right out of the limelight. While the drunken antics and wild shenanigans of the crazed captain have become iconic to Johnny Depp's portfolio, fans have been asking for years whether a character that creative (and downright strange) could really be spun out of whole cloth.
  • Neal Litherland
    Published 3 months ago
    Who Was the Real James Bond?

    Who Was the Real James Bond?

    James Bond 007 is perhaps the most well-known fictional espionage agent in history. The grand-daddy of Jimmy-come-lately characters like Jason Bourne, it's been estimated that over half of the world's population has seen a film starring the suave super spy. Though not as many people have read the originals penned by creator Ian Fleming (who was sort of an insane badass in his own right), the books have survived, and even thrived for decades now. For all that time there has been one, burning question in the minds of many franchise fans; who is the real James Bond?
  • Morgan Whimsy
    Published 4 months ago
    What to expect from the Re-Release of Avengers: Endgame

    What to expect from the Re-Release of Avengers: Endgame

    With the booming success of Marvel's twenty second installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), it's no surprise that the company decided to put the movie back out into theaters. With $2.75 Billion USD Endgame is currently sitting behind the highest grossing film of all time, Avatar, which has a gross revenue of $2.79.Billion USD. This competition is the stuff of legends and some pretty amazing memes, as Endgame quickly rose to sink other memorable movies such as Titanic. Many Marvel fans are hoping that this last push will get Endgame over the finish line.
How To
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 5 months ago
    A Filmmaker’s Guide to the 19th Century Novel (Pt. 3)

    A Filmmaker’s Guide to the 19th Century Novel (Pt. 3)

    Welcome back! If you haven’t read the previous section on our focus study of Frankenstein then you probably want to before referring to this particular section. If, however, you feel completely clear about that, then let’s carry on into our focus on three very different adaptations of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. We will be looking at: the 2015 film entitled Victor Frankenstein, which pays close attention to some of the events in the book, and uses the same atmosphere. The next film we will look at is the famed Rocky Horror Picture Show, which takes concepts from the book, and changes the ideas surrounding it, including genre and character. The final adaptation we will concentrate on is characteristic adaptation, which we will find in the MCU character of Iron Man as Victor Frankenstein.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 5 months ago
    A Filmmaker’s Guide to the 19th Century Novel

    A Filmmaker’s Guide to the 19th Century Novel

    Everyone knows that there have been many, many adaptations of 19th century novels, and everyone knows that there have been countless different methods of adapting them. Whether you go with Boris Karloff starring as Frankenstein in the 1931 classic, or whether you go with Tony Stark creating Ultron, the monster that sabotage’s the second Avengers film in a modern perspective. From Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in 1920 to The Incredible Hulk, 19th century Novels are some of the most popular novels to adapt either in full, or to adapt characters from.
  • Melissia Dawn Hopson
    Published 6 months ago
    8 Ways to Make Your Characters Relatable and Like-able
List
  • The Sessa
    Published 5 days ago
    Top 10 Definitive Comic Book Adaptations

    Top 10 Definitive Comic Book Adaptations

    There are countless adaptations of classic comic book stories. We all have our favorite movies and shows based on the panels we all love, yet which ones stand out from all the rest? The great thing about a list like this is that it can vary from person to person and evolve over time.
  • Nancy D
    Published 6 days ago
    10 Dark Netflix Recommendations for this Halloween - October 2019
  • Alex Leptos
    Published 6 days ago
    Lust, Lies and Calculated Plans to Kill Your Wife: 6 Underrated Scenes of Tension in Cinema

    Lust, Lies and Calculated Plans to Kill Your Wife: 6 Underrated Scenes of Tension in Cinema

    Tension is a staple of cinema. Tension in some form exists in every masterpiece, in every one of your favourite movies. Tension helps to build stories and to build characters. Tension is every time you shuffled to the edge of your seat, it’s every time you held your breath, it’s every time you thought things were quiet… too quiet. It’s the shadowy figure in Psycho, it’s the nun in… The Nun, it’s “Take my hand if you want to live!” It’s “I’ll be back.”
Movie
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published about 13 hours ago
    'Addams Family Values'—A Movie Review

    'Addams Family Values'—A Movie Review

    They’re creepy and their kooky, mysterious and spooky, they’re all together ooky. Any guesses? That’s right, they’re the Addams Family!
  • Hannah Elliott
    Published a day ago
    'A Breaking Bad Movie'

    'A Breaking Bad Movie'

    This movie was highly anticipated. Everyone wanted to know what happened to Jesse at the end of Breaking Bad. I will go on to say that I loved how they started the movie right from the last scene, in the show where we saw Jesse freed from capture, driving away.
  • Trevor Wells
    Published 3 days ago
    Lifetime Review: 'Killer Contractor'

    Lifetime Review: 'Killer Contractor'

    One night, children's author Kerry McLeod (Alyshia Ochse) receives a shocking phone call: Her father William (Warren Sweeney) died after falling down the stairs. To attend the funeral and take care of her father's now vacant house, Kerry and her young daughter Ella (Seneca Paliotta) return to her hometown and move in. Having always been estranged from her father, Kerry is looking forward to getting the necessary repairs done quickly so she can return to the city.
Pop Culture
  • Mimo le Singe
    Published 4 days ago
    Old Commercials Marathon: Canadian Edition

    Old Commercials Marathon: Canadian Edition

    Visual media are a huge part of our lives, and here I want to share with you several that have shaped my youth, most of which are Concerned Children's Advertisers' public service announcements. Please note that I'm only discussing the ones I've seen.
  • Isaac Shapiro
    Published 12 days ago
    'My Hero Academia's' Tomura Shigaraki Is a Terrible Villain but That's Kind of the Point

    'My Hero Academia's' Tomura Shigaraki Is a Terrible Villain but That's Kind of the Point

    Tomura Shigaraki is a terrible villain. But here’s the thing: What I love about him is his terribleness is it’s completely by design, and that’s what makes his arc so fascinating. Now when I say Tomura is a terrible villain, I mean that not in the sense that he’s a bad guy who does terrible things. No, he is terrible in the sense that he’s not very good at being a villain.
  • Travis Johnson
    Published 22 days ago
    Loving 'F.R.I.E.N.D.S' While Black

    Loving 'F.R.I.E.N.D.S' While Black

    Friends is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, from pop-ups and clothes inspired by Rachel, to other articles talking about how dated they think it is. So, with all this going on, I felt it was timely to talk about how conflicted this show made me feel when I was younger. I would tell people that, when they would ask what my favorite show was, usually those my age at the time. At first, I would get "Oh that's cool" responses. Then, the older I got it, turned into "Oh, really? Why?" turned-up-nose responses. I also got the "How is that your favorite show? You're black." responses. So, I just stopped talking about it as much, and enjoyed it alone. I thought at that time, people were just teasing me back then, or trying to make me feel like a sellout in some way.
Review
  • James F. Ewart
    Published about 12 hours ago
    James Reviews: 'Bumblebee'

    James Reviews: 'Bumblebee'

    The first thought that comes to mind when hearing of a Transformers spin-off is how they could damage the franchise even further. After the dismal fifth entry from Michael Bay, which became the lowest grossing film of the series, it seemed that the best option would be to shut down the franchise. A change of director has done some good, as Bumblebee is a fun, charming adventure with a strong lead in Hailee Steinfeld.
  • Trevor Wells
    Published about 17 hours ago
    Film Review: 'Deviant Love'

    Film Review: 'Deviant Love'

    Following a messy separation from her unfaithful husband, Jamie Mayfield (Emma Bell) has returned to her hometown with her young son Preston (Bradley Bundlie), hoping to seek refuge from her troubles. Soon after arriving in town, Jamie meets the handsome and charming private investigator Whit (Nick Ballard), who proves to be just what Jamie needs in the midst of both her separation and her ongoing struggles with her well-meaning but overbearing parents Marlene and Boone (Gail O'Grady and Corbin Timbrook).
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published about 17 hours ago
    My Review of 'El Camino'

    My Review of 'El Camino'

    El Camino is the movie I guess not a lot of us expected to see. The movie takes place pretty much after the series finale of Breaking Bad. They even have a little recap of what had happened before the movie starts. After all it's been six years since the series finale. That's a long time, and I'm sure not a lot of people remember every little detail of Breaking Bad since then.
Superheroes
Tv
  • Nathan Miller
    Published a day ago
    'Survivor: Island of the Islands' Episode 4

    'Survivor: Island of the Islands' Episode 4

    Wow! What an amazing episode of Survivor tonight! First off, nice move to Lairo on blindsiding Vince. Unfortunately, Karishma now feels on-the-outs like before, so if you want her on your side, you need to do some work. Also, Dean and Chelsea, showmances often don't work in Survivor. The only time it did was Boston Rob and Amber, and ever since, showmances in Survivor only lead to trouble. You should know that. Sleeping next to people tells a lot about you and them. Beware of causing a showmance. Meanwhile at Vokai, the tribe made a big mistake. They left Jamal alone, and as a result, he got the idol. One big lesson in Survivor: DO NOT LEAVE PEOPLE ALONE, EVER! That is something that is proven to be a mistake, again and again. And, because you all left him alone, now he has the idol. Good job, now Jamal, who has little-to-no trust in any of you, has the idol, giving him the power to save himself and take out anyone he wants.
  • Nathan Miller
    Published 2 days ago
    'Survivor: Island of the Idols' Episode 3

    'Survivor: Island of the Idols' Episode 3

    Wow! What an amazing episode of Survivor tonight! First, ok, it seems that "previously" isn't what starts the show anymore, now it's just a preview of what's to come at the beginning of each episode. Ok, that's kind of neat. Anyway, nice blindside, Vokai, Molly never saw it coming. And Jack seems ok about it—Jamal though, better watch out for him. He has officially turned into a rogue agent who will do anything now. He went from trusting ally, nothing bad happens to an "I'll slit your throat if it suits me" kind of player. Well, that is gonna be pretty interesting. Back at Lairo, it's men vs women and Vince doesn't trust Aaron, so he's likely with the women, and it's a pretty good strategy. Side with the winning team. And back at Vokai, Dan wants Noura out, thinking it'll be good for him and everyone else, which is something he wants to do. But he didn't realize the wrath of Jamal. And Jamal doesn't like Dan or his wanting to use Jamal for the vote. So, Jamal suggested getting Dan out to Janet, which she was open to. She spoke to Tommy, and now Jamal is a target of Tommy's for his unpredictability. It's dangerous. Back to Lairo, Karishma, who earlier was a bit uncomfortable since, as an Indian woman, she was swimming around with the women in her underwear, become more distressed when she accidentally cut herself and had to wait for the doctors to wrap up the wound, so she sat around and none of her tribe went to support her. So she became convinced that she was a target.
  • Herbert Seward III
    Published 3 days ago
    Series Review: 'Godfather Of Harlem'

    Series Review: 'Godfather Of Harlem'

    I got a chance to take a load off this weekend for some long overdue TV binge-watching, so I was able to finally sink my teeth into the first few episodes of Epix's new original series, Godfather Of Harlem. The series is three episodes in, and it's already one of the best things I've seen on television in 2019. Let's start with some of the all-world cast that's heading up this project:
Vintage
  • Hayley Dodwell
    Published about a month ago
    'Rainbow Brite;' Let's Go to Rainbow Land

    'Rainbow Brite;' Let's Go to Rainbow Land

    As a child, a favourite of mine was the bright and colourful world of Rainbow Brite. A young girl called Wisp is brought to a grey, dull land, with a mission to bring colour to the fictitious world, by locating the Sphere of Light. She befriends a furry Sprite creature called Twink and a horse called Starlite. They come across a baby, who Wisp discovers is the key to her mission. The adventure begins…
  • Hayley Dodwell
    Published about a month ago
    Were You a Cabbage Patch Kids Mummy?

    Were You a Cabbage Patch Kids Mummy?

    The Cabbage Patch Kids were the biggest toy fad of the 1980s. The most successful toy doll in the history of the toy industry. Every little girl wanted one. It was a must have Christmas present. Parents would search the shops for a Cabbage Patch Kid doll, which sold out very quickly! A riot even broke out in a shop, a week before Christmas in 1983; it made the front cover of Newsweek.
  • Rod Faulkner
    Published 2 months ago
    80s Animated Series That Deserve Netflix Reboots

    80s Animated Series That Deserve Netflix Reboots

    During Power-Con 2019 in Anaheim, California, filmmaker Kevin "Silent Bob" Smith announced he is rebooting the iconic 80s animated series He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe as an anime series for video streaming giant Netflix.
Zombies
  • Tabitha Singleton
    Published 15 days ago
    Zombie in Real Life

    Zombie in Real Life

    Introduction:
  • WatchMojo
    Published 8 months ago
    Top 10 Zombie Types in Movies and TV

    Top 10 Zombie Types in Movies and TV

    They’re all different, but one thing’s for sure: you are not safe if these monsters are around. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 zombie types in movies and TV.
  • WatchMojo
    Published 9 months ago
    Top 10 Worst Zombie Movies

    Top 10 Worst Zombie Movies

    They’re supposed to make us afraid, but we’re really scared by how bad they are. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 worst zombie movies.