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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

10 Rick and Morty Crossovers We All Want

Since there are infinite universes it wouldn’t be that much of a stretch to imagine Rick and Morty in the worlds of completely different franchises. And thanks to the internet, fans have done just that! Here are our top 10 Rick and Morty crossovers that

Nickelodeon Launching New Channel for 90’s Favorites

The time has finally come that all of us 80’s and 90’s babies have been waiting for. Nickelodeon has decided to create a channel specifically dedicated to our favorite 90’s cartoons. Staples like Hey Arnold!, Ahh! Real Monsters, Doug, Rugrats, Rocket Power, CatDog, and Rocko’s

#TBT- Top 90’s Nickelodeon Shows Part 1

“Doug”– Ran from 1991-1994 (ABC reboot from 1996-2000): What can’t be said about doug that wasn’t awesome? His best friend was named Skeeter, he was in love with a girl named Patti Mayonnaise, and he had an awesome dog named porkchop. Most of us could relate

MUST SEE! Monday #30- MTV2 Bringing Back Celebrity Deathmatch!

Claymation versions of famous people battling it out in a wrestling ring until some kind of brutal death similar to that of a finishing move from Mortal Kombat? That’s not an acid trip or a nightmare, that’s just late ’90’s T.V. Celebrity Deathmatch first aired in