A summer action movie that stands as satisfying today as it was 22 years ago
In the mid-90s, the internet was experiencing its absolute peak in popular culture
The Halloween movie franchise has always been my favorite iconic horror series, and not just because it’s named after my favorite holiday of the year.
Dedicated to the graceful, skilled, chick magnet of an extreme sport known as rollerblading
Under Siege is an exciting action romp about a former Navy SEAL turned cook who stops a gang of terrorists who seize control of a US Navy battleship
A film about a 17 year old girl and her misfit siblings as they try to survive a summer without their mother
Reality Bites is a film that takes a wholeheartedly unpretentious look at the 20-something lifestyle
Of all the archetypes, cliches, and tropes of 90s kids films, the bumbling villain is by far my favorite.
Heavyweights is a movie about fat kids sent to a fat summer camp by their overbearing parents.
Dazed and Confused is as accurate a portrayal of high school life now as it was 24 years ago.
If you love 80s and 90s sitcoms and teen romps full of lots of familiar faces, then Camp Cucamonga is the place that’s hip.
What was it about these 90s television shows and movies that made us so hopelessly addicted and forever wanting more? What was the secret formula?
Follow these 5 tips for planning a Christmas movie marathon. It is a great way to get into the holiday spirit and spend quality time with family, friends, and loved ones during a typically-frantic holiday.
Disney’s First Kid is a 1996 film about the hardships that come with being the son of the president of the United States.
Boasting some of the largest, most comfortable seats in the business, a full service chef-inspired food menu, more leg room than you can shake a stick at, and any kind of booze-y beverage you can think of, the Movie Tavern is a great place to spend your evenings.