1990’s

Grosse Pointe Blank ’90s film creates the musical score for Generation X

In 1997, John Cusack co-wrote and co-produced the film “Grosse Pointe Blank” with his high school friends Steve Pink and D.V. DeVincentis. The film grossed more than $31 million worldwide and has an 87 percent audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. Plot Set in 1996, the movie is the story of an assassin who returns to [...]

Grosse Pointe Blank ’90s film creates the musical score for Generation X2019-08-29T03:21:16+00:00

Titanic
 40 Things You Didn’t Know about the ’90s Blockbuster

The 1997 film “Titanic” was directed, written, co-produced, and co-edited by James Cameron. A fictionalized story of what happened on April 14, 1912, the film stars Leonardi DiCaprio as Jack and Kate Winslet as Rose, members of different social classes who were passengers on the ship’s disastrous maiden voyage. Nominated for 14 academy awards, the [...]

Titanic
 40 Things You Didn’t Know about the ’90s Blockbuster2019-08-29T03:16:14+00:00

Do You Remember? VH1’s “Behind the Music” On January 1, 1985, MTV’s parent corporation launched a new music video network aimed at building upon what the original music channel had created, but it focused on a slightly older demographic. When VH1 first came into existence, it was all about music videos and music shows. Favorites [...]

2019-04-28T23:03:17+00:00

Let’s Hear It For The Girls: Women In Rock (Part 3 of 3)

Let's Hear It For The Girls: Women In Rock (Part 3 of 3) The 80s were rad, but let’s dive right back into our Women In Rock series. Time to see what the ladies of the 90s were up to, and how their music evolved. The ladies kept it lively with drama, insanity and a [...]

Let’s Hear It For The Girls: Women In Rock (Part 3 of 3)2019-04-09T01:40:59+00:00

The Best Shows of the 1990s Pt. 2

Welcome back! In our previous article, we began highlighting our favorite shows of the 1990s. Ranging from the camaraderie of Friends, to the cynicism of Seinfeld and adventures into the unknown with The X-Files, the 1990s saw television creators take familiar concepts and push them into edgier regions not touched upon in previous decades. Join [...]

The Best Shows of the 1990s Pt. 22019-03-29T17:53:40+00:00

The Best Shows of the 1990s

We’ve combed through each decade to highlight some of the best television shows of the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and now the 1990s! With this installment, we’ll focus on an era of television where producers began employing new and experimental concepts that would change what could be done with the format forever. Buffy the Vampire Slayer [...]

The Best Shows of the 1990s2019-03-29T17:58:13+00:00

One Hit Wonders: In The USA

One Hit Wonders: In the USA What exactly constitutes a “One-Hit Wonder”? In exploring this topic we find that many songs by a band or an artist that are what we’d consider one-hit wonders in the US are actually hugely popular acts, with several charted hits in other countries. They are also are fan favorites, and/or [...]

One Hit Wonders: In The USA2019-03-17T16:19:16+00:00

Oscar Winning Best Original Songs: The 90s (pt 4 of 4)

Oscar Winning Best Original Songs: The 90s (part 4 of 4) Finally, the 90s! The final era of the millennium. So much occurred in both music and pop culture that decade. After the wild abandon of the 80s, the 90s were a more tamed-down version of the same. However, much more fantasy-oriented, with 6 of [...]

Oscar Winning Best Original Songs: The 90s (pt 4 of 4)2019-02-24T15:26:42+00:00

5 Best Thanksgiving Shows of the 80s and 90s: Hilarious Thanksgiving Shows

One of the greatest things about the 80s and 90s was how many hilarious Thanksgiving shows there were back then! Several sitcoms featured hysterical hijinks, created by none other than - Turkey Day! Let the laughter and merriment ensue as we take a walk down memory lane with just a few. F-R-I-E-N-D-S When a show [...]

5 Best Thanksgiving Shows of the 80s and 90s: Hilarious Thanksgiving Shows2018-11-24T05:06:30+00:00