Oct 072015
Honest Trailer Of Aladdin

Besides for The Lion Kid, Aladdin is probably the most popular Disney movie from the 1990’s. The genie, voiced by the late Robin Williams, really made the film. Screen Junkies traveled back in time to give the famous cartoon a more honest trailer. 


Share URL:

Sep 242015
Kenan And Kel Reunite In Good Burger Sketch On Tonight Show

The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon is a proud lover of all things from the 1990’s. For his latest shtick, he invited Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell to star in a recreation of the popular 90’s Nickelodeon sketch and movie Good Burger. Naturally, the Web is loving this trip down memory lane. 


Share URL:

Sep 012015
1990’s Website Reunion

Today, the entire world uses websites like Google, Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, and Buzzfeed. But who knows if any of these popular sites will still be around in 15 years. It wasn’t that long ago that people were using Friendster, AOL, and HotOrNot. But today, many people don’t even remember them. Cracked imagines what it might look like if famous 1990’s websites held a reunion in this new sketch


Share URL:

Jul 092015
Ultimate Disney Movie Trailer Mash Up

The 1990’s were a great time for animated Disney feature films. Some of their best projects were released then, such as The Lion King, Aladdin, Mulan, and more! And with every Disney movie came a magical Disney trailer. Disney lover Indrancole3 has a serious Disney obsession, and decided to honor the famous animation company with this ultimate 1990’s Disney trailer mash up


Share URL:

Jul 052015
Man Claims To Have Found Original Nintendo Playstation Superdisc

Most people don’t know that the original Sony Playstation was supposed to be a Nintendo system made collaboratively with Sony using their compact disc technology back in the 1990’s. But the project fell through and Sony decided to make their own system that naturally became the Playstation. Now, years later, this man claims to have found an original Nintendo Playstation Superdisc that never made it to production. 


Share URL: