Topic: Home Alone

10 Classic ’90s Movies That Need To Be Remade Right Now

10 Classic '90s Movies That Need To Be Remade Right Now

Hollywood has officially run out of original ideas. Didn’t you get the memo? Check your spam folder. The least we can do is give them some guidance for just what movies would be best to adapt for a 21st century audience. And it’s kind of shocking that every movie in theaters isn’t a remake of a ’90s film or TV show or board game or commercial, since we millennials obsess over that decade so much. More »

Video Documents All The Burglars’ Injuries In Home Alone, Reveals Kevin Was A Murderer

Video Documents All The Burglars' Injuries In Home Alone, Reveals Kevin Was A Murderer

It’s the kind of classic movie series that seemed so fun and silly when you were a kid, but as an adult all you can think about is how horribly dangerous the whole thing is. Not only is it dangerous for poor Kevin McCallister, who’s forced to fend for himself because every adult in his life is a moron. It’s also dangerous for Marv and Harry. Like, fatally dangerous. More »

Back When Teen Movies Weren’t Just Good, But Great: John Hughes 101

Back When Teen Movies Weren't Just Good, But Great: John Hughes 101

Once upon a time in an entire different universe called the 1980′s, teen movies weren’t just good, but great. They were far better scripted and the group of teenage actors from which directors and casting agents could choose was just, without being insulting, different. One of the most important people to the teen movie genre in the 80′s was writer and director, John Hughes. More »

Gallery: The Best Movie Merchandise From Our Childhood

Gallery: The Best Movie Merchandise From Our Childhood

In Mel BrooksSpaceballs, there’s a scene when Lone Star finally comes across Yogurt (the yoda parody played by Brooks himself) and asks him what the power of the universe is. “Merchandising!” Yogurt replies, and proceeds to show him all the toys and apparel that Spaceballs will be able to sell to children after the movie.

It’s a pretty meta-moment in typical Brooks’ style, but one that spoke to me even as a kid. Because obviously, I wanted every crappy piece of plastic that was stamped with the logo of my favorite films, TV shows, and Sega games.

But they weren’t all terrible. Here were some legitimately awesome movie and TV merchandise that I wish my parents’ had bought for me. More »