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Well, it has been a while since we took a nostalgic plunge back to the 90s and 2000s. Since this is Halloween week, I couldn’t help it but write a quick article about Halloween. Right from the history of Halloween to how it has been celebrated over the years.
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I remember back in the days, we used to dress up and walk from door to door visiting friends at night. Things have changed these days. The sophistication of costumes, including digital costumes takes things to another level. This has made me decide to look back at those good days when costumes were the center stage of Halloween events. But before we get into the good stuff, let’s talk about the background history of Halloween and how it came to be...
It has been a while since we looked back at the top nostalgic movies of the 90s. The Crow (1994) is a movie that holds a lot of nostalgia for many people. It was the last film appearance of Brandon Lee, who tragically died during filming. The movie is based on James O'Barr's comic of the same name. I remember watching the movie and being so fascinated by the story and the characters.
I was sad when Brandon Lee died, and it made the movie even more special to me. Who would miss noticing Bruce Lee in any movie? And the Crow is a special one since it was the last movie he ever made. It must have been tough for the family and fans to watch it. However, I find it a good reminder of the life well lived of Bruce Lee.
The Crow is about a...
It has been a while since I last posted about the classic 90s and 2000s music. Classic rock isn't dead. The genre isn't selling as many records as it used to, but it is still on the airwaves. Back in those days, the music was so much better than it is now. There was something special about those artists and their songs. They really knew how to reach the hearts of their listeners.
Honestly, it’s a shame that some of these classic rock hits haven’t gotten the modern update they deserve. While there are many new bands out there who are doing great things with rock music, there are still plenty of old songs that could use a much-needed makeover. And hey, maybe one of these artists will take our advice and revive their career by covering...
When was the first time you watched Batman? What do you remember? For me, it was the early '90s Batman: The Animated Series. I remember being entranced by the dark, gothic atmosphere and the complex stories. Batman was a hero who was both human and superhero, someone who felt pain and loss but still fought for justice. He inspired me then, and he continues to inspire me now.
Batman has been around for over 80 years, and in that time he has undergone many changes. He has been portrayed as a dark and brooding loner, a light-hearted caped crusader, and everything in between. But no matter what incarnation of Batman you prefer, there are certain core values that remain the same. He is a vigilante who fights for justice outside the law...
Magic: the Gathering is without question one of the most iconic and beloved gaming franchises in history. First released in 1993, it has spawned countless imitators but remains at the top of the heap to this day. In this retrospective blog post, we'll take a look back at some of the highlights – and lowlights – of Magic's history from 2008-2016. So pour yourself a beverage, kick back, and join us on this trip down memory lane.
I remember back then when the game first came out. I was just a kid, but I loved playing it. I would go to the local gaming store and buy booster packs, then sit down and figure out how to build the best deck possible. It was so much fun!
In 2008, Wizards of the Coast released the M10 core set, which introduced...
On October 5th, 2020, we talked about the Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (1994 - 1997) TV show. Today we will talk about the video game that is based on the show and how the two compare. Over time, there have been many variations of Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, from toys to clothes, but the video game is one of the most memorable.
The game was released in 1995 by Realtime Associates for the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. I used to love playing the Aaahh!!! Real Monsters video game when I was younger. I remember spending hours trying to beat each level and getting frustrated when I couldn't. But it was always so satisfying when I finally did.
The game was such a fun and creative way to experience the world of the Aaahh!!! Real Monsters TV show. I...
Do you ever have one of those days where you just want to curl up on the couch with a good movie? We've all been there. But sometimes it's hard to decide what to watch. If you're looking for some recommendations, look no further than this list of the best nostalgic movies to binge-watch.
From classics like The Breakfast Club to more recent hits like Stranger Things, there's something for everyone on this list. So grab some popcorn and get ready to relive some of your favorite memories.
Back in the 90s movies were the only things we had to keep us entertained. And while some of them were complete disasters, there were also a few that were actually pretty good.
If you are in a hurry, here are 10 of the best nostalgic movies to...
The Burger King Kids Club of the 90s was a phenomenon back then. What other fast food had its own television show? It was a fantastic time to be alive. I still remember being in elementary school, watching the commercials for the club, and thinking that everything about it was the coolest thing ever. And when my mom finally took me there, I got a burger with fries and a drink for just $0.99! It was a steal, I tell you!
I remember getting one of those little crown-shaped pins and wearing it everywhere—even to bed. And I also recall that Burger King brought back those pins for a limited time in 2018—and I bought one immediately!
It’s no secret that the 90s were a wild time to be alive. We had our version of “The Real World” on MTV, we...
Your favorite childhood television show has just begun. You go and sit down in front of the screen to enjoy the programming. Then Boom! An irritating short comes along. This is something that you will remember if you grew up in the 90s through to the 2000s.
We are all familiar with that annoying song of the interstitial shorts. While sometimes the song would have nothing to do with the actual program, some of the times they would be promoting it in a fun way.
The interstitial was created by Cartoon Network Directly after acquiring the U.S. rights to broadcast Groovies in 1997; they later moved Groovies from Boomerang Theater to bumper on special occasions. The looped vignettes were used as bumpers on Cartoon Network until 2003 and...
Digimon, short for "Digital Monsters" (デジタルモンスター Dejitaru Monsutā), is a popular Japanese media and merchandise created by Akiyoshi Hongo, which includes anime, manga, toys, video games, trading card games, and other media.
The franchise focuses on Digimon creatures, who are monsters living in a parallel universe that originated from Earth's various communication networks. In many incarnations of the universe that Digimon inhabits, the Digital World is identical to Earth until 1999 when it became a separate entity. In some incarnations, the Digital World remains identical to Earth until an event causes drastic changes while in others it existed before humans did.
Digimon is popular among kids and adults alike because it offers a...
The 1990s were a heady time for humanity. The world was exploding with new experiences, from the birth of the Internet to the dawn of the golden age of boy bands.
If you lived through that era, chances are you remember some things about it more vividly than others. What are your favorite memories from that time?
Do you still have an AOL email address?
How about a collection of VHS tapes that haven't been touched in decades?
Read on to relive some of your most cherished memories from that era—and, if we've overlooked one, let us know in the comments below.
From the perspective of 2020, the 1990s might seem like a simpler time. But it was actually a pretty complicated decade, full of political turmoil, social change, and...
Do you miss the fun and thrill of playing the game Fingerboard (skateboard) back in your childhood days? Well, many know it by its popular name Tech Deck.
Does it ring a bell now?
You may or may not have played Fingerboard when you were a kid, but I'll bet you've seen Tech Deck. The great finger skateboards gained popularity when they came out in 1994. Back then, we used to call ourselves Fingerboarders.
A fingerboard was a person who played the game exemplary. There used to be these small skateboards that you could pull apart, making them smaller and easier to carry around. They were called the tech decks. If you haven't heard of them, then read on. This post is for you!
The Fingerboarding Nostalgia
What's old is new again! If you...
GeezeZone is all about nostalgia and the good old days. Today, I decided to reflect on the past and how nostalgia plays a big role in our lives.
We have been gaining organic visits every day. This is something that we should not take for granted. It means many people love to connect with the things that made their days back then. We love looking back at the past and enjoying the moments.
Nostalgia is a powerful emotion that certain people experience. It's an emotional feeling that reminds people of things that they themselves experienced in their childhood or most recent memories.
In this article, you'll find out why nostalgia has such a significant impact on us as human beings, and also learn about the 90s Nostalgia Effect and how it...
Discovering the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game must be one of the best things that happened to me in my childhood. I can still remember how it felt when I first discovered it and how much time I spent playing with my friends on weekends.
Today we will talk about those fond memories of a game that many would have forgotten. And by the way, which Yu Gi Oh card are you?
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Nostalgia of the Game
We all remember playing Yu-Gi-Oh! as kids. Those evenings spent battling friends and family, or even just trying to win that one epic duel against our opponent, were some of the best memories we ever had. Yu-Gi-Oh! was a game that was all about nostalgia for many of us - and it's no wonder because the card game is based on the classic...
When you think of the past years, what comes to mind? What's your first thought when you hear the words "nostalgia" or "2000s?" For many people, they might recall memories of watching their favorite TV shows like Friends, The West Wing, Heroes, and Will & Grace. The '90s even took it a notch higher with hit series that you just can't forget.
Now that we're on the verge of a new decade and have a few of our own TV shows to watch in this new decade, it's time for us to reflect on some other memorable television shows from the 2000s - and what better way than with a blog article!
It's hard to believe it's been almost a decade since the last season of Friends aired on television. And in that time, the show has become one of the most...
Do you remember the first time playing the Pokemon Trading Card Game? I do. The excitement of opening up a new pack of cards and seeing what was inside, the thrill of trying to collect all 151 non-evolutionary Pokemon, and completing my Pokedex - it's impossible to explain how magical this game was as a kid.
And now, twenty years later, I find myself enjoying the game in a whole new way. As an adult (with an adult income), I've discovered that Pokemon TCG is good for more than just playing with friends or family. It's also a great game to play on your own.
Background History of Pokémon Trading Card Game and Gameplay
The Pokémon Trading Card Game (TCG) was first released in Japan in 1996 and quickly became one of the most popular games...
Ren and Stimpy are Some of the Most Unappreciated Cartoon Characters Ever
When the classic Ren & Stimpy show was taken off air in 1996 and no one could find it online, i was devastated because it was one of my favorite shows back then. however, I was happy to find out that the show had a huge following and many people are calling for a reboot of the show.
Ren & Stimpy is a cartoon show that aired on Nickelodeon from 1991-1996. It was one of the most popular cartoons during its time and was created by John Kricfalusi, who is now known for creating the show "SpongeBob SquarePants".
Ren & Stimpy are some of the most underappreciated cartoon characters ever. They are also considered as one of the greatest cartoons in history. The show had...