Stranger Things may be essential viewing for any fan of 1980s nostalgia – but if you love the show be sure to check out the latest Honest Trailer below.
Of course, only on the basis you’ve already seen Series One of Stranger Things on Netflix! If you’ve not already watched it get thee to your nearest streaming device forthwith!
Spoiler Warning – THERE WILL BE SPOILERS! (from season one at least)
ALSO – Winona Face!
As discussed in our latest episode, Ghostbusters, here’s the Honest Trailer. The team at Screen Junkies have delivered another hilarious and affectionate take on the cult classic.
Enjoy and don’t forget to SMOKE!
Credit: Screen Junkies
We’ve mentioned the very brilliant sketches of Key & Peele here on Retro Ramble in the past, here’s one of our favourite recent sketches featuring Ray Parker Jr, the artist responsible for the Ghostbusters theme song, a neat segway into our upcoming episode for Hallowe’en.
Back in 1984, the Ghostbusters soundtrack was such a huge success that it purportedly generated an additional $20 million to the films overall takings and made Ray Parker Jr an overnight star.
What’s he been up to since?
Check out the video below and be sure not to miss out on this fantastic opportunity.
Honest Trailers – Batman (1989)
Obviously, in our podcast episode we’ve already gone into great detail to cover our fondest memories of the Tim Burton 90s classic film but have you checked our Screen Junkies take with the Honest Trailers Batman video?
In our podcast we focussed on our memories growing up with the film. Why it endured extensive production battles to make it a reality back in the late 1980s. In a slightly different and always welcome tone, the Honest Trailer below is a great parody of Tim Burton’s classic, paying respect when and where its due.
Check out the Honest Trailer for Batman (1989) below or directly on YouTube.
The Honest Trailers team celebrate the 20th anniversary of action classic Face/Off. Unsurprisingly, they poke fun at the ludicrous plot, hilarious over-acted performances and Mexican stand-offs.
Want more Face/Off action? Check out our podcast and review!
Credit: Screen Junkies
Gone are the days of the classic trailer with the growly voiceover man – something we miss here at Retro Ramble. What if such an approach was taken with the blockbusters of today? Well, look no further, as the good people at Vulture put together a trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron, complete with a mid-nineties, Bruckheimer-esque spin. Enjoy.
Sure this was uploaded a while ago but here’s a great little compilation video bringing all the best examples of Nicolas Cage going cray-cray.
Further proof of why he has more range than most actors, something backed up by the far ranging (good & bad) films he’s given us over the years.
What’s your favourite Crazy Cage moment, let us know in the comments!
Credit: Harry Hanrahan
Remember He-Man, love the Big Lebowski?
Then this is a must-see parody by the guys at IdiotWork. Combining the classic 80s cartoon with audio from The Big Lebowski. This is what the internet is for, right?
May the 4th be with you!
We’re a little late to the party (damn day job keeps getting in the way!) but we wanted to share one of our favourite Star Wars mash ups! Like Star Wars? Like Withnail and I? Then you’ll love this!