Warning: There will be some “Sophie’s choices” ahead.
You decide which film the force is strongest with.
Great Scott! It’s been almost 30 years since Marty McFly took the DeLorean back to 1955.
Do you deserve the red scrunchie?
Test your knowledge on the GREATEST decade to have been a kid. Hater ’90s kids to the left, please.
I never had any friends later on like the ones I had when I was twelve. Jesus, does anyone?
If you grew up in the 80’s, this one’s for you. Time to grab the mic and bust a move.
Could you imagine Brad Pitt as JD in Heathers?! Or what about Harry and Sally breaking up at the end of When Harry Met Sally?!
Great Scott! I will be maxing out my credit cards.
Re-trend request: She’s a glam lady of the silver screen now, but Nicole Kidman’s hair used to have such whimsy and fly-by-the-seat-of-her-pants attitude.
As if you don’t feel old enough knowing that Dr. Dre was a rapper before a headphone salesman, here’s a list that will sink you further into your Jordaches.
In celebration of Gremlins’ 30th anniversary, star Zach Galligan looks back at the making of the Steven Spielberg-produced iconic horror-comedy.
In honor of the film’s 30th anniversary we look back at the creepy childhood classic.
Back when men were men who also wore makeup.
From blockbuster films like Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark to cult classics like Hairspray, how many of these iconic movies have you seen?
Can you prove you were raised in the greatest decade to be a kid: the ’80s?!
The No. 1 rule of ’80s children’s movies: Scar kids for life.
Of the three ’80s remakes opening this weekend, only About Last Night really did well. And yet, Hollywood can’t seem to shake its appetite for re-creating past hits.
This might be the first video that really captures what we were all thinking during Return of the Jedi.
Graphic designer Van Orton created beautiful stained glass-style art inspired by some of our favorite movies.
Identify the movie from the GIF. You’ve got to be quick!
The late-great Clash frontman and Nucky Thompson himself (aka Buscemi), really mug it up for the camera.
Dads may have horrible taste in clothing, but they can have great taste in movies.
Because sometimes a kid’s version of scary is the best kind.
And no, this is not filled with what Forever 21 thinks the “80s” are.
Many of your favorite movies from childhood aren’t quite the same when you try to share them with the wired kids of 2013. These classics are the timeless exceptions that hold up nicely.
Could you imagine Viggo Mortensen as Jake Ryan?I