Apr 082015
If “Avengers: Age of Ultron” Came Out On VHS In 1995

The 90’s were a great time for action films. Movies like Independence Day are the pinnacle of this popular genre. It seems like the trailers for these films all follow the same formula with the same voice over and graphics. In honor of the new Avengers movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron, New York Magazine made this parody trailer of what the film’s trailer would look like if it came out on VHS in 1995.  


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Mar 182015
Adults Play With Classic 90′s Toys

Ahh, the 90’s, the favorite decade of the Internet. Everything was better back in the 90’s, at least it feels that way now. The toys of the 90’s truly defined the decade. BuzzFeed got their hands on a slew of classic 90’s toys, and had 90’s kids who are now adults play with them once more. What a trip. 


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Mar 152015
Kids React To VCR’s And Tapes

Back in the day, every Generation X and Y kids lived on VCR’s and VHS tapes. For more than two decades, the VCR dominated the living room. There were a few home video formats before it, but they were expensive, cumbersome, and didn’t take off. With the VCR, you could watch movies at home, and even record live television. 

By today’s standards, the VCR in an antique! The kids of today don’t know how good they have it with cable television DVR’s, Netflix, and YouTube. To test the kids of today, The Fine Brothers had a group of children attempt to use a VCR for the first time. Most don’t even know how to load the tape! 


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Mar 142015
What Happens When You Drop A Burning Hot Metal Ball On Gak

Remember Gak? That green mystery slimy goo that was made popular by Nickelodeon back in the 1990’s? No one knew what it was made of, but it sure was fun to play with. A dedicated fan of experimenter Cars And Water somehow found an original container of the sludge that was still fresh and sent it in for Cars to drop a burning red hot ball of nickel on it. What happened might surprise you. 


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Mar 132015
Photoshop Experts Try Using Photoshop 1.0

Photoshop has become the generic term for any type of digital retouching. The popular picture editing program debuted way back in 1990 when personal computers were just beginning to take over. So how will Photoshop experts of today react when they try out the original program, Photoshop 1.0? CreativeLive wanted to find out, so they commissioned this video that has gone viral. 


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