It Goes to 11

Stiles’ Top Ten Lines from Teen Wolf

Stiles’ Top Ten Lines from Teen Wolf

Loyal readers of It Goes to 11 know that we heart 1985’s Teen Wolf here at FIC. The implausible story, the inspired comedic performances, the side-splitting dialogue, the feel-good conclusion — this fine flick has it all in spades. Michael J. Fox is certainly the star of the film, but in many ways Jerry Levine’s Stiles character (pictured below) steals the show with his self-assured preening, cocky chutzpah, entrepreneurial spirit, and rich, fantastically colored wardrobe. (Shameless reminder: we sell two of his attention-grabbing tees here and here.) For a more in-depth discussion of Stiles’ cultural significance, I urge you to read this informative, expertly deconstructed piece of film criticism that I stumbled...

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Halloween Wrap-Up, Part 1

Halloween Wrap-Up, Part 1

Hey kids. In a previous post, I asked for readers out there to send us Halloween-themed pictures (ideally, you wearing our shirts as part of your costume). Sadly, I haven’t received a single submission, which means that I will be claiming the FREE T-SHIRT that I promised to the best entry. In lieu of customer-generated pics, let me share some of my own. The good company man that I am, I took my sartorial cues straight from The 3rd Annual Found Item Clothing Halloween Costume Guide, and lived life, for one night at least, as the character Stiles from Teen Wolf. For those that haven’t...

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Big Trouble In Little China – Movie Review

Flying swordsmen? Chinese magic? Explosive martial arts battles? All this, plus a swaggering, wise-cracking Kurt Russell playing a parody of his popular “tough guy” character? What in God’s name is this movie? That’s what American audiences and critics thought of director John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China when it hit theaters in 1986. To put it mildly, the movie tanked like an anvil pitched into a well. But in the years since, this flick has gathered the audience it deserves, and has in fact become a bona fide cult phenomenon. Fans even quote Jack Burton’s (Russell’s) lines to each other and...

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