Ooh, this looks like a good one. Thanks for the suggestion, Noah D.!
Who Shrunk Saturday Morning? was a 1989 TV special made to promote that year’s lineup of kid-centric NBC shows. It was hosted by the cast of Saved by the Bell, and while that should be enough to get you to sample the video, there’s sooo much more to love in here. Like, everything from Marsha Warfield to a car-sized Nintendo joystick.
It’s unbelievable, guys. You’re gonna dig this.
Here’s an episode of Filmation’s Ghostbusters cartoon — meaning the one with the gorilla, not the one with Slimer.
I haven’t watched it yet, but I can’t imagine that an episode titled SHADES OF DRACULA won’t work for this crowd.
The episode originally aired in 1986, which is also when the Mets won the World Series. That’s the only sports thing I know, btw.
It’s Saturday! Time for a Free-For-All Thread!
Talk about whatever you want!
This was a low-key long week, and I’m very much looking forward to designating 12-16 hours for pure vegetation.
Happy Friday the 13th, guys!
I’m gonna dust off an old After Dark favorite:
Here’s Jason’s infamous appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show, from 1989. It’s pretty much the best thing ever. Now that I think about it, it was probably this moment that turned me into an F13 fan!
to illustrate just how tired i am, i ain’t capitalizing shit tonight. don’t even have the energy to link to today’s main site video, which is the whole reason i picked this video for after dark:
it’s a complete playthrough of the old nightmare on elm street nintendo game. i thought i was at least vaguely familiar with this one, but i definitely do not remember what i’m seeing here. (and what i’m seeing is awesome. game looks like a halloween version of double dragon.)
ps: 80% chance i’ve run this video before. too tired to check!