Hilarious behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, and outtakes from the hit comedy.
The face of India was changed forever during the '80s, thanks to the iconic personalities and world-shaking events profiled in this documentary.
Remember the 80's movie was released Jun 24, 2008 by the Immortal studio. In the '80s, the hair was as important as the harmonies, so don't just listen to those hits-watch the videos! This trip down memory lane includes Come On Eileen Dexy's Midnight Runners; Tainted Love Soft Cell; That's Entertainment The Jam; This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) Natalie Cole, plus Tears for Fears, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Dire Straits and more.
A look at the culture of 1980s New York.
The schism caused by the World Series Cricket revolution in the late '70s, the rise and dominance of world cricket by the West Indies, the simultaneous retirements of Greg Chappell, Dennis Lillee and Rod Marsh followed closely by the defection of sixteen players to play cricket in isolated apartheid South Africa in return for lucrative financial inducements saw Australian cricket slump to possibly the lowest point in its once illustrious history.
Pull on your legwarmers, stick in those hot rollers and prepare for a nostalgic look back at the cinema of the 1980s -- an era of power suits, Jazzercise and some of the best (and worst) movies of all time. This comprehensive collection of 50 theatrical trailers runs the gamut from the realism of The Big Chill (1983) to the ridiculousness of Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985) … and everything in between.
Tune your air guitar, whip out the hair spray, squeeze into those skin-tight leather pants and head back to the 1980s with this 15-video collection of heavy metal hits. Featuring big hair and liberally applied eyeliner, the compilation contains classics such as the Scorpions' "Rock You Like a Hurricane" and Cinderella's "Shake Me." Also included are Rainbow's "Street of Dreams" and Queensryche's "I Don't Believe in Love."
The third compilation of movie previews from Garagehouse Pictures is an unprecedented, chronological exploration of the history of horror from the 1980s, featuring the scariest, goriest, and craziest trailers from the era! With over 250 trailers (including many red band favorites) and a running time of nearly 7.5 hours, this epic 2-disc set is by far the most ambitious and comprehensive trailer package ever assembled!
Ænigma: Lucio Fulci and the 80s takes a look into the twilight years of Lucio Fulci, one of Italian cinemas finest craftsmen; lovingly known as the 'Godfather of Gore' by his legion of fans.
In Chile, during the mid 80s, a wave of young enthusiasts from different parts of the country decided to rebel against the regime and liberate themselves through rock. It was a new Chile, committed to fight for its ideals, and to have fun at any cost.
Blondie blends new wave with hip-hop in "Rapture" and Devo whips it good in this 15-video collection of classic hits from the 1980s. Special effects and fashion rule in videos such as "Hungry Like the Wolf" and "Take on Me." Also included in the compilation are "Video Killed the Radio Star," "The Safety Dance," "A Million Miles Away," "One Thing Leads to Another," "In a Big Country" and "When Smokey Sings."
This DVD contains an incredible collection of official archival footage from the '80s including performances from MTV Rock Influences '84 "Guitar Greats", Massey Hall (Toronto '83), Roskilde DRTV (Roskilde, Denmark '84), New Hampshire ('84), Sonet Studio (Bromma, Sweden '87), Piazza Duomo (Pistoia, Italy '88), and more. Intermixed with the live content is interview footage from various locations. This program is the definitive document of Johnny's career in the '80s. This release contains live performances by Johnny Winter culled from various concerts throughout the 1980s. Among the songs performed are "Highway 61 Revisited," "Don't Take Advantage of Me, and "Sweet Papa John."
Explore Universal's legacy of groundbreaking movies and filmmakers from this memorable decade.
01 Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go - Wham 02 Girls Just Want To Have Fun - Cindy Lauper 03 Wishing Well - Terence Trent D´Arby 04 Let´s Groove - Earth, Wind&Fire 05 Through The Barricades - Spandau Ballet 06 Total Eclipse Of The Heart - Bonnie Tyler 07 My Favourite Waste Of Time - Owen Paul 08 (Feel Like) Heaven - Fiction Factory 09 Oh Julie - Shakin´ Stevens 10 Eternal Flame - Bangles 11 Africa - Toto 12 It´s Raining Men - The Weather Girls 13 99 Luftballons - Nena 14 Precious Little Diamond - Fox The Fox 16 Tribute (Right On) - The Pasadenas 17 You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) - Dead Or Alive 18 The Promise You Made - Cook Robin 19 All Cried Out - Alison Moyet 20 Hold On - Santana 21 The Power Of Love - Jennifer Rush 22 Something´s Jumpin´ In Your Shirt - Malcolm McLaren&The Bootzilla Orchestra (feat. Bootsy Collins&Introducing Lisa Marie) 23 Take Me Home Tonight - Eddy Money 24 Love Of The Common People - Paul Young 25 etc...
If you were born in the '80s, your parents were the last wave of Baby Boomers. They, along with everybody else, were embracing the future with the personal computer.
Looking back to the 1980's at the celebrities in the press and on television for all the wrong reasons doing all the wrong things. It doesn't matter whether what they did was embarrassing, stupid, ridiculous, career ruining (or sometimes boosting), dangerous or illegal, they were all caught and filmed or photographed, and we will never forget them. Narrated by Isla Blair, with contributions by Simon Donald, Russell Grant, Christine Hamilton, Lauren Harries (also as James Harries), James King and Michael Winner. These moments included It's a Royal Knockout, Rob Lowe's sex tape, Boy George's heroin problems, Drew Barrymore's childhood meltdown (including taking drugs at a very young age), the many mistakes at The Brits 1989 and many more. Good!
Following the departure of the show's original cast and creator after five seasons, SNL in the '80s is a look back at a decade of turbulent, often uncertain times that included the hiring and firing of several casts, numerous writers, producers and ultimately the revitalization of the show with the return of executive producer Lorne Michaels.
In this two-hour special, “Knight Rider” star David Hasselhoff sets out to prove how the iconic 80s KITT car inspired and revolutionized the car industry for years to come. Hasselhoff will pull back the curtain, meet the mavericks, and get behind the wheel of some of the wildest cars out there.
Video Mix By Nicolas Escobar
That '80s Show is an American sitcom that aired from January through May 2002. Despite having a similar name, show structure, and many of the same writers and production staff, it is not considered a direct spin-off of the more successful That '70s Show. The characters and storylines from both shows never crossed paths. It was a separate decade-based show created because of That '70s Show's popularity at the time. The show was set in 1984 and revolved around the lives of a group of friends living in San Diego, California. It debuted January 23, 2002, and the final episode aired May 29, 2002. Its regular time slot was on Wednesday nights at 8:00/7:00 Central on the Fox Network, although a few shows were aired on different nights. Its main time slot competitors were ABC's My Wife and Kids, CBS's 60 Minutes II, and NBC's Ed. All 13 episodes, which were filmed at CBS Studio Center, aired at least once.
A blast from the past, all your favourite shows from a great decade.
I Love the '80s is a BBC television mini-series that examines the pop culture of the 1980s. It was commissioned following the success of I Love the '70s and is part of the I Love... series. I Love 1980 premiered on BBC Two on 13 January 2001 and the last, I Love 1989, on 24 March 2001. Unlike with I Love the '70s, episodes were increased to 90 minutes long. The series was followed later in 2001 by I Love the '90s. The success of the series led to VH1 remaking the show for the US market: I Love the '80s USA.
I Love the '80s is a decade nostalgia television program that was produced by VH1, based on the BBC series of the same name. The first episode, "I Love 1980", premiered on December 16, 2002.
The defining biography of a decade, as told through exclusive interviews with more than 40 icons, entertainers and innovators who shaped its identity.
I Love the '80s Strikes Back is a miniseries on VH1 in which various music and TV personalities reminisce about 1980s popular culture in a mostly humorous manner. The series premiered on October 20, 2003 and is a sequel to I Love the '80s. The sequel designation is in reference to The Empire Strikes Back.
Now That's Embarrassing: The 80s is another in the long line of Friday night list shows broadcast at 9pm on Five. The show follows on from other shows in the 'strand' such as The Most Shameful TV Moments Ever. True to its name, Now That's Embarrassing: The 80s features the most embarrassing or "cheesy" aspects from 1980s culture including the Minipops, MC Miker G & DJ Sven, Australian soap operas, the Sinclair C5 and Kajagoogoo amongst its targets. As with other shows of this type such as Channel 4's rival strand of the 2000s: the 100 Greatest shows, this strand features a rundown of popular clips with a number of vox pops from cultural historians and celebrities from the era in question.
I Love the '80s 3-D is the follow-up to VH1's 1980s nostalgia show I Love the '80s and its sequel I Love the '80s Strikes Back. It premiered October 24, 2005. Like its predecessors, it premiered in one hour installments, each describing the events and trends of a year between 1980 and 1989, two shows per night until Friday, October 28, 2005. The show is actually in 3D, using a process called ChromaDepth that appears in 3D when using a special pair of ChromaDepth glasses, but the process allows the show to be viewable in normal 2D. The ChromaDepth glasses for the show were available free at Best Buy stores across the United States.
The Big 80's was a series of music videos broadcast on VH1 starting in 1994 and sporadically airing until 2000. The show ran for 90 minutes.