Mar 042014
Fight Club Would Have Mad An Awesome Super Nintendo Game

Fight Club would have made for an awesome side-scrolling smash ‘em up game for the Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis.

Sadly, by the time the movie came out side-scrollers had fallen out of fashion in favor of the first wave of 3D games on the N64 and Playstation. 

Just for nerdy nostalgic fun, CineFix imagines what Fight Club the game would have looked like on the Super Nintendo in this new video


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Feb 252014
Rufio Fighting Hook Homemade Shot For Shot

Who can forget Rufio from the live action Peter Pan film Hook? He was just the epitome of cool in the 90′s

CineFix teamed up with a much more grown up Dante Basco to recreate Rufio’s final battle scene with Captain Hook in this homemade, shot for shot skit


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Feb 222014
‘Mario Seinfeld’ Is A Nerdy Nintendo Parody About Nothing

This new parody by gamer channel Esquire Bob Animations mashes two unlikely 1990′s fan favorites together: Seinfeld and Super Mario Brothers.

The CGI Mario characters actually look good, and the melding of the two franchises is done seamlessly. 

George Costanaza as Toad, Newman as Bowser, Mario as Jerry. It’s just perfect. 


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Feb 182014
Full House Without Michelle Is Really Sad

Imagine if Danny Tanner’s youngest daughter, Michelle, was entirely a figment of his imagination. What if he didn’t only lose his wife, but also Michelle in the popular 90′s sitcom Full House?

What if he couldn’t cope with the loss and imagined Michelle growing up, and the rest of the family just played along not to upset him?

That’s the sad, depressing premise behind the new channel Full House Without Michelle.

The debut video is sad, but is an example of impressive editing. 


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Jan 302014
Full House Guys Reunite On Jimmy Fallon

The men of Full House just recently made a splash online after starring in the now viral Dannon Oikos Yogurt Super Bowl commercial

It seems their agents are on a roll as the three have been invited onto Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

John Stamos, Bob Saget, and Dave Coulier star in a nostalgic skit about Jimmy moving from Late Night to the Tonight Show. 

It’s a 90′s moment all over again. The three bring back iconic gags and jokes from Full House and even sing. 


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