In 1982, Cindy landed the cover of the illustrious DeKalb NITE Weekly.
Just try not to dance along to this awesome supercut.
An adorable 7-year-old Joseph Gordon-Levitt got one his very first roles on this classic ‘80s sitcom.
This photo so legendary, I can’t even wrap my head around it.
Cosplay costumes done right! Some of these costumes will blow you away.
They were the quintessential kids craft project of the 1980s.
These ’80s candies may be gone, but they live on in your dental fillings.
The Princess Bride poster is completely adorable.
A record of everything you and your friends loved. Also: Disco forever!!!
Wigs, makeup and pink lamé.
Looking back at some of the wonderful artwork designs of everyone’s go-to Easter egg dye company.
These were the toys that won the hearts of ’80s girls (and some boys) everywhere.
Rob tweets a thank-you to anyone who bought a ticket in 1983 to his first film. He also reminds us (yet again!) that he has not aged.
Sure, the TV show had a ridiculous plotline, but did you know it had an Oscar-winning song as its theme song?
These films all came out in 2003. In other news, WE’RE OLD.
This was hands down the best toy to come out of Pee-Wee’s Playhouse.
The ‘80s taught us that anything can be accomplished through an all-star music video.
Bring back the Shamrock Sundae! On second thought, don’t.
How Can I Tell If I’m Really In Love, the video that attempted to give ’80s teenagers the straight talk about sex.
This was the original Beverly Hills, 90210, but way, way more ridiculous.
The very unnecessary dolls that made light of a frightening ordeal.
It’s been 25 years since this landmark film hit the big screen. Find out how this movie could have been completely different.
This was the perfect complement to your shoulder padded Nolan Miller ensemble.
Goosebumps might be his best-known work, but his writing talents go beyond the horror genre.
You knew your parents loved you if you owned one of these.
These films came out in 1983… and now I feel old.
“Combat at its kookiest!”
Another reason why Saturday mornings are just totally not the same!
A look back at forgotten relationships seeped in sex, love and rock ‘n’ roll.