Basically every movie you loved as a kid came out in 1995.
Time to relive that glorious day when your seventh grade English teacher showed you this movie.
The great Swayze would have celebrated his 62nd birthday this week.
It’s called the “Mandela Effect,” and a lot of people think it’s proof of an alternate universe.
Nobody puts Sarah Jessica Parker in a corner.
The best/worst movie you never saw stars Scott Baio, Patrick Swayze, Marcia Brady, and a guy with a glitter beard.
Designer Jacob Engberg has a wonderful series of prints called Movies Made for the Mustache, wherein he swaps out words from famous film quotes with mustache icons. “I love the smell of mustache in the morning” isn’t just a quotable line from “Apocalypse Now,” it’s what I chant to myself every day whilst waxing my handlebars. You can buy these prints here! View List ›
An educational chart detailing the evolution of spooks and specters in pop culture. Survival of the frightest? Nah. View Image ›
Logan Fleming is considered a titan of the American wax sculpting community. Here is some of his work. You can play “Name that Celebrity or Humanoid Monster Thing Made of Nightmare Jelly.” View List ›
Pabst Blue Ribbon wasn’t always the leading cause of hipster cirrhosis. For most of its life, this working class beer was the domain of (heterosexual) cowboys and bacon-bringer-homers. Watch these vintage commercials to relive the glory days of PBR. Maybe you’ll grow some hair on your liver, you Park Slope pantywaist! (Full Disclosure: I am a PBR-drinking Park Slope pantywaist.) View List ›
You might be surprised to know that many celebrities have brothers and sisters who aren’t famous. Can you see the resemblance? View List ›
Nobody puts Iron Man in the corner Watch Video ›
In the tradition of immediate satire following tragedy, there’s this. View Image ›
Patrick Swayze died today. Read More ›
Somebody started a Twitter rumor that Patrick Swayze had died. But it’s not true! Read More ›