Quick Lists

/ October 31, 2014 10:14 am

13 Classic Episodes of Are You Afraid Of The Dark?

Growing up in the 90s, Saturday nights weren’t completed without sitting on the big orange couch for a block of SNICK programming on Nickelodeon.  Clarissa, Ren & Stimpy, the brothers Pete, and Alex Mack were all there at one point, though the show that regularly capped the evening was Are You Afraid of the Dark?.  There was an extra air...

/ October 29, 2014 9:49 am

Pop Rewind Picks: Movies for Halloween Night

There are horror movie aficionados out there, but rest assured we here at Pop Rewind are not one of those. If you like your horror a little lighter, a little wtf-ier, then you’ve come to the right place. Today, we’re giving you our top picks on what to pop in the VCR on Halloween night (or any night, really). Linz...

/ October 15, 2014 9:58 am

7 Things You No Longer Have in Your Bathroom

Home décor changes drastically every few years—just think back to your childhood bathroom and then compare it to the dated bathroom you currently have. Imagine if you had a really nice bathroom, how crappy would that childhood bathroom of yours look? Anyway, here are seven items you won’t find in your current bathroom. 7 – Bath Beads Before stores like...

/ October 13, 2014 9:14 am

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters is such a deep part of pop culture now, people have every line in the movies memorized and entire generation grew up on the toy line.  Still, there are a few things that slipped under the radar to fans.  Let’s take a look back at six things you didn’t know about Ghostbusters!   6 – Egon, Ray, and Peter...

/ October 1, 2014 10:28 am

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Ren & Stimpy

The Ren & Stimpy Show premiered on August 11, 1991 and left a lasting impression on the animation world. Of course, there was a lot going on both behind-the-scenes and on-screen that you may not have known. Here are seven tidbits for you Ren & Stimpy fans! 7 – Stinky Wizzleteats of “Happy Happy Joy Joy” fame was based on...

/ September 17, 2014 3:41 pm

7 Unexpected Celebrity Pepsi Endorsements

Since the dawn of time, Pepsi has tried to keep up with Coca-Cola and arguably surpass it. Here are seven times that celebrities stepped in to speak up for Pepsi, whether or not they wanted to. 7 – Rick Moranis When you think Rick Moranis, as I often do, you don’t think of Pepsi. Or any product, really. Well, maybe...

/ September 9, 2014 5:53 pm

7 Unexpected Celebrity Coke Endorsements

It seems like celebrities have been endorsing products forever, but our research indicates it possibly began in 1849 with Howard Staunton endorsing a chess set.  Regardless of the history of celebrity ambassadors, the trend probably isn’t going away any time soon. Here are seven unexpected celebrity Coke endorsements. 7 – New Kids on the Block for Coke MagiCans Nothing says...

/ August 19, 2014 9:58 am

6 Sitcoms That Would’ve Been Lousy Video Games

It happened.  Video game counterparts were created based on successful sitcoms.  Haven’t heard of this?  Well, no one’s really supposed to talk about it.  I’m probably breaking some kind of rule by including a clip of the Home Improvement game for Super Nintendo in this article. We really apologize that this isn’t a joke. But… it happened.  We were pretty...

/ August 1, 2014 10:53 am

7 Cartoons We Watched Before School

Let’s face it, the only reason you woke-up before noon as a teenager was due to ridiculously early school start times.  Personally, I had to get up at 6:00am to get to school in time for my first class at 7:15am.  We were all fed blatant lies about start times in the “real world”.  A totally made up statistic shows...

/ July 18, 2014 8:44 am

7 Forgotten Weird Al Artworks

In modern times, elaborate album covers seem like a lost art… which, I suppose makes 45 sleeves essentially hieroglyphics at this point.  With music going digital, artwork for most listeners is nothing more than 100×100 pixel square that pops up as a selection is made on an iGadget. This isn’t a new issue, though.  Each time music makes the jump...