Saturday mornings were wonderful in the ’80s. The shows that came on T.V. were so far ahead of their time. This show, however, was not one of them. Hey Vern, It’s Ernest starred Ernest from the popular film franchise including Ernest Goes To Camp and Ernest Goes To Jail. The show revolves around him bugging his “friend”, Vern, the whole time with some gags thrown in from other cast members. Unfortunately with every show came the same gags so I have included the first three episodes for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy and don’t forget to comment.
Today I wanna have a little fun. Here are some 80s Movie memes I’ve cooked up over the years. I often share them on the 80s Mixed Facebook page and on Twitter. Enjoy and don’t be afraid to share them!
So that last Ghostbusters movie, with the all girl cast, was not horrible. I mean it had it’s funny parts – but it didn’t capture the spirit of Ghostbusters (pardon the pun). It wasn’t what the fans wanted. They wanted the boys back with all of their wise cracking ghost antics. Ghostbusters Afterlife promises to be more of what the fans want and an official Part 3 to the franchise. So, here is Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters 2 and all the trailers in HD to get you geared up. Enjoy!
80s Mixed is celebrating Black History Month by featuring one of the black kings of comedy, Mr. Eddie Murphy. The movie “The Golden Child” is one of his lesser known roles but I think it’s an ’80s classic. Check it out and enjoy!
We all know the story of Beetlejuice. He’s the ghost with the most and will always make your millennium. Here I’ve posted three of the Animated Beetlejuice TV Series. I’ve also included the full length movie. Enjoy… I think I almost said the “B” word 3 times. That was close!
So here we have two mixes of George Michael hits. The first one, Faith (Maurice Joshua Mix), is a nice retake on an older classic. The second, Careless Whisper (Love To Infinity Mix), adds a haunting back beat to an already sultry song. Let us know in the comments below which one you prefer.
OK, so you have probably seen this movie like, 100 times. But the thing is – it keeps getting funnier every time you see it. The gags in this movie are classic and the cast did a wonderful job pulling them off. Sit back and laugh again to AIRPLANE!
Back to the Future holds a special place in my heart. I can remember wanting to be just like Marty McFly, coasting on a skateboard (or hover board) and blasting “The Power of Love”. The following is a timeline breakdown of the Doc and Marty’s travels through time. Enjoy!