Thanks to video editor Robert Jones, we now know that there was a lot dancing done in movies from the ’80s. Turns out the ’90s has just as much. Not as good, but still the groove was in their heart and feet. Call the decline the Pulp Fiction effect, but still who doesn’t get a smile on their face watching sober people dancing?
We all need a little happiness these days, so here is some for you to enjoy.
We are used to seeing Brittany Daniel and Tia Mowry with their identical twins, but over the weekend we saw the two of them with each other and not Cynthia Daniel and Tamera Mowry. Are twins allowed to hang out with other twins if their other half is missing? It seems so wrong for some reason.
Even though it looks weird, these two actresses make it look so right.
Remember when you were little a girl and you dreamed about different members from your favorite Boy Bands getting together to form one band and creating a song that you could use to dream about them? Well, it might’ve taken 2 decades but it finally happened.
Backstreet Boys’ AJ McLean, Nick Carter and Howie D, *NSYNC’s Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick, 98 Degrees’ Jeff Timmons and O-Town’s Erik-Michael Estrada all got together to record the theme song to Carter’s Syfy movie Dead 7 that debuts on Friday night.
Even if the Zombie film is horrible, at least we got this perfect ’90s song out of it.
The first trailer is out for Nick Carter’s Dead 7 that debuts on April 1st (my birthday) and I think this a bigger joke than me. Only I can say that!
The Syfy movie is written and stars Carter, and it also includes a lot his friends from the ’90s. Those Boy Band members are Howie Dorough and AJ McLean from Backstreet Boys, Jeff Timmons from 98 Degrees, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick from *NSYNC, Jacob Underwood, Trevor Penick, Erik-Michael Estrada and Dan Miller from O-Town, Delious Kennedy from All-4-One, Art Alexakis from Everclear, Tommy McCarthy from No Authority, Adam Griel from Frontstreet Boys and Jon Secada from his own Boy Band. Is this enough to turn these walking dead singers back into superstars? We will have to tune in on April Fool’s Day to find out. But since there hasn’t been a good Zombie movie since the ’90s, I think we can all guess the answer. Yes, I know that Zombieland and Warm Bodies came out since then, but I was trying to make a funny.
It has been 20 years since Independence Day came out and a lot has changed since then. As you have heard, there is a sequel finally coming out for the blockbuster this summer and they recently released a trailer for it. Dana Boe had some time on his hand, so he reworked that trailer to include a lot of things from the ’90s and make it feel kind of like Pixels. Instead of videogames attacking us, he made it so we were getting attacked by the likes of Vanilla Ice and Teletubbies. Thankfully, we had Super Soakers to defend our side, but they are no match for Game Boys. Those are just a few of the iconic items from two decades ago you will see in this video that will make you feel really nostalgic for the toys from our youth.
Can someone get me a Furby to hold because I need it!