People love videos from the 1980s so much that it is becoming a new genre. The most famous example of this is the movie Kung Fury. Another example is my own Youtube channel Squirrel Monkey. Film producer Erick Solis recently started a Kickstarter project to fund his action film Night
Archive.org is probably the biggest digital archive in the world, with interesting collections containing websites, games, books, videos, newspapers, music, etc. We personally love this special collection: The Pulp Magazine Archive. Pulp magazines, also collectively known as pulp fiction, refers to inexpensive fiction magazines published from 1896 through the 1950s. The
Kenneth Gatland and David Jefferis, the writers of the Usborne Book of the Future (first published in 1979) were right about a lot of future predictions, like the phone watch, flat screens, solar energy, the Hubble space telescope and the International Space Station. They were wrong about intelligent robots, although Siri
Will Work for Views is a documentary about Weird Paul Petroskey, directed by Eric Michael Schrader. If you don't know Weird Paul Petroskey, we recommend you to do three things: 1) Be very ashamed of yourself. 2) Subscribe to his Youtube-channel and watch his videos. Step 3 will follow automatically. 3) Back the Kickstarter Project. Will Work
The late 80s and early 90s were the golden age of point-and-click adventure games. Games by Sierra and Lucasfilm Games like Maniac Mansion, Leisure Suit Larry, Monkey Island, Kings Quest, Space Quest, Police Quest, Zak McKracken, Eco Quest, Sam and Max, and The Day of the Tentacle were very popular.