Funny or Die dug up this lost 1982 Tron Christmas special, complete with appearances by all your favorite early eighties celebs. Stars Gabe Kaplan, Dom DeLuise, and yes, Rip Taylor.
What could possibly make a 1972 Chrysler wagon awesome? Maybe the fact that this particular one was driven by John and Yoko to help them travel incognito. It just recently hit the auction block.
Inspired by Barbourâ€™s rich history in motorcycle wear, the deluxe Vintage International Jacket features heavy distressed looking leather and a warm woolen tartan lining. (Thanks Patrick!)
You’ll need an old 1987-1993 Mustang to the Mk4 Roadster kit car. Then, you’ll need about 200 hours of your spare time to convert your old pony car into this luscious classic Cobra replica.
We must have somehow missed the episode of Star Trek where they traveled back in time to the Victorian era. Photoshop manipulator Rabbittooth put these images together to refresh our memory.
David Cronenberg’s creepy, provocative 1983 horror film gets the HD treatment in Criterion’s new release. The moral of the story – you can love your television – just don’t love your television.
8-bit fanatic DoctorOctoroc is back on his game with 30 chiptune tracks based on classic TV shows, cartoons and commercials. Ok, Adventures of The Gummi Bears is not a classic.
After you’ve served some chili with cheese, you need to have some cold drinks to wash it down, right? Enjoy this catchy Wendy’s training video to show you how to serve ’em properly.
You’re probably too young to recall these surreal Saturday morning classics. Brush up with this sampler DVD with of gems like Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, H.R. Pufnstuf, and The Bugaloos.
Who do you think is the speediest video game character of all time is? If you guessed Sonic the Hedgehog, think again. Sit back and watch them race to the finish to find out the truth.
The Lancia Stratos HF was a leader on the 1970s rally circuit. This one-of-a-kind remake apes the original’s styling, but built from components from a modern Ferarri 430, along with a zesty 4.3L V8.
UK auto-maker Morgan Motor Company is working on a modern remake of the classic 3-Wheeler, sold from 1909 to 1953. The featherweight can go 0-60 in just 4.5 secs on its 1800cc Harley engine.
We’d never heard of this campy retro sci-fi flick just hitting DVD, but after seeing this footage, we’re ready to embrace the gooey green guys, their tentacles, and their awesome theme song.
Yellow Fever Productions’ George Clarke carefully deconstructs a bit of footage from Charlie Chaplin’s 1928′ silent film The Circus, in which he thinks he’s spotted a time-traveler with a cell phone.
When departing in the ’90s, the Soviet army burned the explosives out of the mines stored in MÃ¤dasadam, leaving multitudes of cases as scrap iron. Mati Karmin repurposes these relics as art.
Relive your childhood Lindsay Wagner fantasies with the long-awaited re-release of the classic Bionic Woman’s first season. Crushing tennis balls and running in slow-mo never gets old for us.
If you’ve never seen this campy 1978 stop-motion dinosaur flick, that’s okay. In its original 84 minute version, it didn’t do much for us. But in this speedy 1-minute version, it’s pretty entertaining.
This gets our motors running: the immaculately restored, Grand Prix-winning 50’s Maserati 250f shown in all its glory, thanks to the gorgeous and dramatic night photography of Bernd Kammerer.
There’s something just so wrong about this mashup of a 1950s teen-dating educational film with footage from Star Wars – especially when you remember that Luke and Leia are siblings.
Haunting imagery from 1945 to 1962, when the US military was detonating hundreds of nuclear bombs in the atmosphere; photographers struggled to document the destructive effects of the explosions.
The guys with the rights to the original Commodore name are releasing a new PC that looks just like an old C64. The PC64 will run on an Atom 525 CPU, and come with 4GB or RAM and a 1TB hard drive.
First made popular back in the early 1980s, Milton Bradley’s classic programmable tank has been resuscitated from the dead by Zeon Tech, and looks and works just like the original.
Since this particular electronic voting machine is easily hackable, security researchers from the University of Michigan decided to turn this one into something more productive – a Pac-Man machine.
If only Daft Punk had existed back when Spielberg shot Close Encounters, this is what the famous musical communication scene might have sounded like. The aliens would also have worn helmets.
This 4-way mashup seamlessly combines the music of Tom Jones, Rick James, Prince and MC Hammer. We’re not sure whether to dance or close the browser. Where’s Rick Astley when you need him?
Imagine for a moment if DJ Hero were made for the Nintendo NES. This de-make from Eric Ruth isn’t just a video clip, it’s an actual game, slated for release in the next few weeks.
And we thought the building jumping, wall climbing acrobatics of Parkour were a recent phenomenon. Check out this 1930 footage of Arnim Dahl which proves that it’s been around much longer than that.
Not only is it loaded with over 20 mini-games inspired by 1980s arcade classics, the normally $20 game is yours for exactly the price of one e-mail address if you grab it before Monday, 7/26.
If you always loved the Street Fighter games, keep the game with you all the time with these SFIV sound effect keychains, complete with joystick and arcade buttons which let you pull off combo moves.
New Wave performer Gary Numan conducts an orchestra of car horns playing his classic hit Cars, all powered by a single DieHard battery. Corporate America, this is how to make a viral commercial.
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