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Too Reel: Underrated Movies from 1994

We simple humans see time linearly. Some physicists speculate that time is much more complex than we’ve thus far come to understand. That it is only one dimension among many in this grand ol’ universe among infinite universes. Others even theorize that the entire universe

Too Reel: Underrated Movies from 1993

“If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” – Frederick Douglass To struggle. To vie. To endeavor. To battle. It is the human way. It has also become the human way — or at least the American human way — to claim that “my

Too Reel: Underrated Movies from 1992

Why do we seek nostalgia? Is it really because things were better back then? Are we that dissatisfied with the present? In many ways, a number of us truly could be. It seems, though, that every generation yearns for the nostalgia of their own era. Perhaps because

Too Reel: Underrated Movies from 1991

Here we are again, diving back into the nostalgia of childhood and the thrill of seeking out the great gems we may have missed when we were too young to fully grasp the marks they made on the entertainment world. There’s been a rising trend

New Power Rangers Official Trailer

90’s babies are really going to enjoy the new Power Ranger movie with the acclaimed Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston playing Zardon. If you haven’t seen the trailer already here it is!

Too Reel: Underrated Movies from 1990

Probably the best year in all of existence: 1990 (or the year I was born in) marked a major turning point in pop-culture. Gone were the vibrant 80’s and in came the grungey, dad-jeans-wearing, middle-class-mullet-having, mainstream-gangsta-rap-laden, kids-show-golden-age 90’s. We’ve already discussed a few video games

MySpace Music Classic: ADAM and ANDREW – “The Emo Song”

This was the best song I ever heard on MySpace music. Mostly because I love satire and was playing in bands that played post-hardcore and emo originals and covers at that time period. The lyrics are a masterpiece to me, as this song personified at

21 Nickelodeon Shows that Make Us Feel Like Kids Again

Legends of the Hidden Temple (ran 1993- 1995) I wanted to be on this show more than anything. It was so frustrating watching team after team fail completely at assembling the Silver Monkey inside the temple; that room tripped up so many contestants. I realized,

MUST SEE! Monday #35 – Action Bronson watches Ancient Aliens

Since it’s launch in February, the channel Viceland (of Vice media) has truly pushed the limits in terms of programming. Viceland predominantly features lifestyle-oriented documentaries and reality series. There’s the Emmy nominated Gaycation, with Ellen Page exploring the LBGTQ community in different regions of the world. Also,