Those are, surprisingly enough, the first words of the deeply felt Say Anything, which turns 25 years old today. It opened April 14, 1989, and that weekend, it made $5.2 million. Continue Reading
Fast Lane Lifestyle Magazine’s Top 5 Coolest 80′s Movies We’d like to see Remade! Because we enjoyed them so much.
Hollywood is spending a lot of time rebooting/remaking 80′s movies and TV shows, and we couldn’t help but think of 5 movies from the 80′s we’d like to see redone! With Fame, Footloose, the coming Red Dawn, Top Gun, and Blade Runner, we thought it’d be fun to figure out 5 we’d like to see remade!
Below is our list of the top 5 movies and who we’d cast in the now iconic if not legendary roles! Check em out and let us know your thoughts! I am sure you all will be surprised at the frontiers we crossed for our #1 pick! If you can think of any we might have “missed” let us know by leaving a comment below AND include who you would cast to play the lead roles! So get ready cause here we go! Continue Reading
It’s the last Throwback Thursday of the month and this month we had our 80′s week and I’m gonna top it off with this mega mix! One and a half hours of some of the best tracks the 80′s had to offer! Mixes, scratches, cuts… the works! So check it out! And if you like it share it!
Oh yeah… DJ Dave Stylus (@DaveStylus) over at Mix966FM dusted off the classic crates, and broke with this 80′s mix up! I present to you all the DJ Dave Stylus Friday Quick Mix we takin’ back to the old school, and those of us here in Los Angeles will get it this, but we’re taking it back with some classic KROQ! So for your drive to work pop this in!
Continuing our 80′s throwback week, we bring you this horrific video of Stevie B Dreaming of Love! Yes back in the 80′s our music videos for the most part sucked, but it was fun! Stevie B (Steven Bernard Hill) is an American singer, Continue Reading
I said last week that we were gonna go back. Back to the days when Aqua Net was the stock to have, florescent colors were the norm, and the coolest cats on tv were two guys named Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs. You know, the decade we found out that Goonies were in fact good enough. Continue Reading