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/ March 15, 2017 9:27 am

Beyond Ecto Cooler: Hi-C Teamed Up with NKOTB?!

When many people of our generation think of Hi-C, they immediately think of Ecto Cooler– the highly successful Ghostbusters juice box tie-in that outlived the cartoon series it was based on and even went on to see a successful resurgence in 2016 (but has since been discontinued). Ghostbusters’ Ecto Cooler wasn’t the only 80s/90s promotional campaign that Hi-C had going....

/ January 19, 2017 2:01 pm

In An Alternate Universe, Back to the Future Isn’t Lee’s Favorite Movie: it’s Linz’s Favorite Movie

While it’s no shocking revelation that in this universe Lee’s favorite anything is Back to the Future, it is perhaps a shocking revelation that in a universe not so distant from ours, Back to the Future is Linz’s favorite movie. We all know that Back to the Future had some major casting changes. In fact, before they could secure Michael...

/ November 23, 2016 3:43 pm

Celebrating 17 Years of Chris Gaines

Sometimes there are bits of bizarre pop culture that really stick with you. Maybe it’s Prince changing his name to a Wing Ding, maybe it’s Sinead O’Connor tearing up a photo of the Pope on live television. If you’re like me, it’s definitely when Garth Brooks turned into Chris Gaines. What? Here we go. If I had to break it...

/ January 12, 2015 10:01 am

90s Moments You Forgot: Al Borland’s Beard

You couldn’t help it.  There wasn’t a cell phone in your pocket, your relatives didn’t have AOL, and there was nothing better to do on a Wednesday night than watch summer reruns of Home Improvement. Week after week, the offbeat characters of America’s favorite sitcom warmed their way into our hearts whether we wanted it or not.  Even casual fans...

/ December 31, 2014 2:08 pm

Best of PopRewind.com 2014: The Movies

Have we really finished another year?  Apparently we have, according to the dollar store puppy calendar on my wall.  It’s been a fun year for us at PopRewind.com and we’re looking forward to the future.  Of course, we realize most of you are spending this week’s lunch breaks at office sweater parties, so we thought we’d do you a favor...

/ December 29, 2014 11:26 am

Best of PopRewind.com 2014: The 90s

Have we really finished another year?  Apparently we have, according to the dollar store puppy calendar on my wall.  It’s been a fun year for us at PopRewind.com and we’re looking forward to the future.  Of course, we realize most of you are spending this week’s lunch breaks at office sweater parties, so we thought we’d do you a favor...

/ December 27, 2014 1:48 pm

Best of PopRewind.com 2014: The 80s

Have we really finished another year?  Apparently we have, according to the dollar store puppy calendar on my wall.  It’s been a fun year for us at PopRewind.com and we’re looking forward to the future.  Of course, we realize most of you are spending this week’s lunch breaks at office sweater parties, so we thought we’d do you a favor...

/ September 2, 2014 10:15 am

The Power of Glove Documentary: An Interview

There are many symbols of retro video gaming, but arguably none more recognizable or intriguing than the Power Glove for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Directors Adam Ward and Andrew Austin, along with their co-director Paula Kosowski, are taking this to heart with their documentary The Power of Glove. Let’s get this reference out of the way. The Power Glove was...

/ April 1, 2014 11:48 am

CompleteSet: Enabling and Helping Collectors Everywhere

Collectors rejoice—if you’re feeling overwhelmed or even underwhelmed (or maybe just whelmed?) by your collections, Cincinnati-based treasure map for collectors, CompleteSet has you covered. Collectors not only catalog what they have, but also search for things they wish to add to their collection. The site makes it easy to find missing components from collections and even automatically connects members with...

/ March 28, 2014 11:22 am

Scott Thompson Talks Graphic Novels, Stand-up, and Early Internet Adopters

Likely best known for his slew of entertaining characters on Kids in the Hall, Scott Thompson is a Jack of all Trades and master of, well, quite a few. One of Thompson’s greatest passions is his graphic novel trilogy, Husk, which follows his Kids in The Hall character Danny Husk through some pretty remarkable adventures. The first Volume of The...