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Take the 1990s Film Alphabet Challenge!

Take the 1990s Film Alphabet Challenge!

Calling all cinemaphiles!  Totally know your 1990s movies?  See if you can identify all 26 iconic 90s films!   Check out the Answer Key to see if you got 'em right! Want to take the challenge in a portable format?  Check out the 1990s Film Alphabet Shirt.  

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Take the 1980s Film Alphabet Challenge!

Take the 1980s Film Alphabet Challenge!

Calling all film nerds!  Think you know your 1980s movies?  See if you can identify all 26 of these iconic 80s films!   Check out the Answer Key to see if you got 'em right! Want to take the challenge in a portable format?  Check out the 1980s Film Alphabet Tee.  

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Take the 1970s Film Alphabet Challenge!

Take the 1970s Film Alphabet Challenge!

Calling all movie buffs!  Think you can be a contender?  See if you can identify all 26 iconic 70s films!   Check out the Answer Key to see if you got 'em right! Want to take the challenge in a portable format?  Check out the 1970s Film Alphabet Tee.  

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The Future Ain't What It Used To Be

The Future Ain't What It Used To Be

As a SciFi fan, I've always been interested in near-future fiction because it's much more relatable to our experiences than far-future events like Star Trek. In the Star Trek Universe, society is far more humane, we travel to the stars in no time at all, and we no longer use money (except for Harry Mudd, who is always trying to get rich for some reason). This is all well and good, but give me some gritty near-future movies that show us as we might be in just a few years. The problem with the near future is that it rapidly becomes...

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The True Meaning of Christmas, According to 80s Movies

The True Meaning of Christmas, According to 80s Movies

Ah, it's a festive time of year.  So much hustle, so much bustle, but what does it all mean…? We've tapped into the eternal spring of wisdom--80s movies--to find the true meaning of Christmas. Gremlins (1984): An out-of-touch dad finds a creature called a mogwai at an antique store…and gives it to his son Billy for Christmas, along with strict care instructions. Billy’s friend spills a glass of water on the mogwai, which spawns a horde of mischievous critters that transform into monsters and terrorize the town. We also hear a very dark tale of somebody dying in a chimney...

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