More than 20 years ago, Radiohead appeared on an unlikely stage – MTV’s Beach House – turning in performances of their classics Creep and Anyone Can Play Guitar, and transfixing what would have normally been a rowdy group of college kids with their hard-edged alt-rock.
We’re not exactly sure what we just watched, but this epic music video from Soda_Jerk and The Avalanches crams in countless references to pop culture icons from the ’60s through the ’90s, from Saturday Night Fever to Seinfeld, from The Warriors to Will Smith.
The hilarious 1993 point-and-click adventure gets an HD update for today’s gaming systems. The new artwork is hand drawn, and you can bounce to classic mode, view concept art, or listen to commentary from the game’s creators. Out now on Steam, GOG, and PS4.
Elite Geek dug up this brilliant and hilarious low-budget Star Wars fan film from 1990, directed by Itami Rose. The literally handmade Super 8 film recreates scenes from A New Hope, shot entirely with hands in place of spaceships. (Thanks Jeremy!)
If you’ve never played it, Another World (aka Out of This World) is a truly classic video game for 16-bit consoles and computers, with an awesome sense of style and great gameplay. As a tribute to the 1991 game, Bartek Hławka recreated its slick opening sequence in real life.
The Fine Brothers‘ React series puts a group of teenagers in front of thoroughly outdated mid-90s computers to see if they can figure their way around these recent technological dinosaurs. Can you imagine how many floppies Fallout 4 would have needed to install?
The toughest crime-fighting landsharks from the mid-’90s are back! At least in awesome t-shirt form. These half-man/half-shark urban heroes are ready to clean up your neighborhood. Sadly, the Dino Vengers are nowhere to be found.
MelodySheep pays tribute to the Internet’s salad days, and goes back to the ’90s with this awesome auto-tuned track which will have you singing “Just click, click, click!” by the time it’s all over. Did we really look this dorky back then?
60 artists re-imagine the cartoons of their youth spanning the 60’s-90’s, ranging from The Smurfs to Squiddly Diddly to South Park in the Gag Me with a Toon 5 exhibit opening 5/4/13, at LA’s WWA Gallery.