• Bug Juice

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    Lost Signals: Bug Juice (1998)

    Recently the Disney Channel in America premiered their new teen sitcom Bunk’d, a spin off of their hit show Jessie, set in a summer camp. This isn’t the first time Disney has invested in a show about summer camps, though. In 1998, they carved out their own version of Real World which focused on teenagers […]

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  • Salute Your Shorts

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    Lost Signals: Salute your Shorts (1991)

    “Think Anawanna-wanna, speak Anawanna-wanna, Live Anawanna-wanna! Ugh!” Salute Your Shorts is a relic of a time where Nickelodeon was just… “better.” Thankfully, the show has barely shown its age since it premiered almost 25 years ago. Sure, there’s the neon clothing and mullets are bound to make an appearance, but Salute Your Shorts still works […]

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  • Super Turbo Atomic Ninja Rabbit

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    Monday Morning Videomania #143

    Bringing Up Bigfoot Written, animated and voiced by Edward Coughlan Bringing Up Bigfoot is an incredible short film—a combination of 2D animation and claymation—that finds two hunters talking to a reporter in the woods about Bigfoot. There story takes a somewhat unexpected detour when it turns out Bigfoot is actually (SPOILERS!) an alien. Looks like […]

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  • Popcorn - 1991

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    So Bad, It’s Good: POPCORN

    The year 1991 wasn’t a great year for horror films, especially original horror films. In fact, it was absolutely dominated by abysmal sequels. 976-EVIL 2, Alligator 2, Child’s Play 3, Howling VI, Nekromantik 2, Freddy’s Dead, Omen IV, Puppet Master II (and III!), Silent Night, Deadly Night 5, Trancers II, and Sorority Babes in the Dance-A-Thon of […]

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  • Dexter's Laboratory

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    (Re)Animations: Dexter’s Laboratory (1996)

    In the mid-90s, the Cartoon Network experienced something of “new genesis” in terms of programming. Rather than airing classic MGM, Hanna-Barbera and Looney Tunes shows, the network instead began investing in original animated programming. Originally known as Cartoon Cartoons, the experiment was a success and allowed the network to usher in a line-up of quality […]

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  • New York Undercover

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    Lost Signals: New York Undercover (1994)

    It’s pretty weird that in the annals of 90s television, New York Undercover is rarely talked about. Aside from being a great series, this American police drama marks one of my favorite childhood memories. While coming home from a doctor’s appointment, my dad and I stumbled upon the series being filmed.* The series’ two main […]

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