This brightly-colored video featuring incredible 80s graphics, unicorns, and Lamborghinis is an intense 30-second video tribute to the 1980s. And if you're anything like me, you will love it.
Can't get enough of America's "talent"? Joe and Nick from the Found Footage Show highlight the rawest of the raw from this 1980's NY public access talent program. It's like an entire show devoted to William Hung-esque performances.
Once upon a time in the 1980s, two teen popstars, both alike in dignity, duked it out for the adoration of mallrats everywhere. Now, twenty years later, SyFy delivers that long-anticipated catfight to us—Tiffany vs. Debbie Gibson.
Bill Murray takes on technology in a rant filmed in multiple takes for a television promo in 1982. No facet of the futurescape goes without notice, as the comedy master bemoans everything he can with equal displeasure.
An 80s' girl band's parent-free overnight frolic turns deadly when nightmarish memories (this is the sequel) turn real, and the rockabilly Driller Killer picks off the girls and their boyfriends. There's tits! there's gore! the killer wears a fringe jacket!
Remember the 80's? Television had really hit a stride in this exuberant decade, and it wasn't just the sitcoms, Saturday morning cartoons, and prime-time soaps, but the segments that filled the voids between. From the ones you can't help but remember to the ones you wish you could forget, here are the commercials that will be with us forever: the immortals.