If you had to battle the same stinkin’ villains as many times as Mario has, you might snap, too. This excellent, 8-bit Super Mario Bros. parody comes from the talented Newton Khan Afridi. Enjoy!
From way back in Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Three comes this classic television advert for the “Masters of the Universe” action figure collection. Each sold separately. Enjoy!
This second installment of Full House Without Michelle takes the absurdist premise of the original a step further. Though I think the show actually would have been better without the Michelle character, this version, in which Danny Tanner has created an imaginary daughter named “Michelle” to help deal with the death of his pregnant wife, […]
The Nineteen Hundred and Eighties were nothing if not the Golden Age of Television Commercials. As evidence, Video Worthy and ItsTooLateToStopNow present this classic advert for good ol’ Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. “How do you do that, Rog?”
This doesn’t look quite as awful as I originally thought it would but, I don’t know, man… Give me Corey Feldman in a foam-rubber suit any day. Thanks to CBM Trailers for the source post.
Aaaand now you’ve got the song from this old-school cheese commercial stuck in your head for the rest of the day. You’re welcome! Thanks to SatAMBrainFood for the source post.
Remember Marsupilami? Remember the catchy-as-the-plague theme song? Whether you do or not, we’ve got it right here, courtesy of tamer yigit. Houba Note: Sorry for the potato-quality video. It’s the only one we could find with the “original” theme song.
Nothing says St. Paddy’s Day quite like a nice pint of Guinness! From Guinness Storehouse comes this classic TV advert, “The Shipyard.” Sláinte!
Old-school video game whiz Not Entirely Sure has accomplished the nigh-impossible: he achieved the lowest possible score (without using a continue) on a complete run through of the originalSuper Mario Bros. Seems like an odd accomplishment, until you realize just how difficult it really is–no coins, little to no bad guy stomping, waiting out the […]
Ah, yes, the Nineteen Hundred and Eighties. The golden age of Claymation-style animation and pizza delivery commercials. Here, Internet Lurker provides a shining example of both in one classic Domino’s commercial. Avoid the Noid, indeed!