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Rewind Social Club Icon 1 Re: The Ipod Of Randomness Game Jump to new posts by aTomiK (102)   

Nice to see that u ease up a little with that excellent Sports album, Charles ;) I also love thrash btw. (among countless other genres).
« 21C Movies Icon 1 The Great Christopher Lee Jump to new posts by Charles De Mar   

Looking back through the Hammer Horror films and I of course saw the great Christopher Lee and I started thinking about what else he had done. He had a phenomenal life, one full of great victories. The...
« 80's Movies Icon 1 Re: THE WILD LIFE Jump to new posts by Charles De Mar (18)   

A good find, thanks for posting that ;)
80s Television Icon 1 Re: best 80s game show Jump to new posts by TerdNthePoolGGB (27)   

Starting October 1, Classic Concentration will air reruns on the TV channel BUZZR.
80s Television Icon 1 Re: What did you race home after school to watch on tv? Jump to new posts by TerdNthePoolGGB (29)   

after school special. loved it
« Karate Kid Icon 1 Re: Cobra Kai Jump to new posts by Nostalgic for the '80's (16)   

I saw the Cobra Kai series in it's entirety this past summer, and felt it was fantastic! I wasn't sure if a "sequel" to the original films would work that well, but I was pleasantly surprised. Solid...
« Karate Kid Icon 1 Re: How good is KK2 compared to the original? Jump to new posts by Nostalgic for the '80's (7)   

This past summer, I re-watched Karate Kid II (1986). The good: - I liked the storyline of Mr. Miyagi going back to Japan after 50+ years to be with his father before he passed, and also to confront his...
« Karate Kid Icon 1 Re: The Karate Kid - The Perfect Halloween Flick Jump to new posts by Nostalgic for the '80's (5)   

The first Karate Kid was an excellent film; very iconic, quotable, and memorable. I was in my last year of middle school (8th grade) in Spring 1984 before this film hit theaters (in the U.S.) in late...
Rewind Social Club Icon 1 Re: What are you currently reading? Jump to new posts by Charles De Mar (286)   

Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga, Sega Megadrive (Genesis), Super Nintendo.
Rewind Social Club Icon 1 Re: VIDEO NASTIES Jump to new posts by Charles De Mar (5)   

This might be a stupid question but how did it work for showing horrors at Drive In Movies, couldn't kids just watch over the wall or from outside the fence? :p
Rewind Social Club Icon 1 Re: Where are these old time Rewinders? Jump to new posts by cindymancini (59)   

QUOTE: ----- Originally posted by skatexedge: Where is cindymancini these days? She was super popular around here and had met so many actors from movies we all love! ----- Hey skatexedge, thanks for...

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