Stevie is a sweet 13-year-old about to explode. His mom is loving and attentive, but a little too forthcoming about her romantic life. His big brother is a taciturn and violent bully. So Stevie searches his working-class Los Angeles suburb for somewhere to belong. He finds it at the Motor Avenue skate shop.
It's Back to the Future for a young Thai guy who discovers a message on an old pager and is transported 20 years back in time to 1995, altering the events in which his parents met and fell in love.
This retrospective program takes a look back on the most dramatic and memorable professional wrestling moments of the 1990s, with profiles on some of the greatest wrestling stars of the decade, and an account of the feud between WCW and the WWE.
You're looking at a very special DVD that very nearly didn't happen. Stewart Lee's tour de force, 90s Comedian, has been dubbed so controversial (along with his directing debut Jerry Springer the Opera) that none of the big DVD manufacturers would touch it with a barge pole. Which is a shame, and is why the fearless Go Faster Stripe stepped in and offered to organise a special one-off evening's pe
Liquid Slam's ad campaign for their "Big Game" line of snacks and sugary beverages was pulled almost immediately.
Collective Soul - Shine Seven Mary Three - Cumbersome Better Than Ezra - Good Candlebox - Far Behind Afghan Whigs - Debonair Failure - Stuck on You
A countdown of infamous incidents from the 1990s, including Hugh Grant's arrest and OJ Simpson's murder trial. The program also looks back at Eric Cantona kicking a fan during a match, Jarvis Cocker interrupting Michael Jackson's performance at the Brit awards, and David and Victoria Beckham's lavish wedding. Featuring contributions from Louis Walsh, Shaun Ryder, Bez, Michael Burke, Darren Day, Gail Porter, Tim Vincent, Liz McClarnon and Kerry Katona.
It was the decade to change the face of football as we knew it. There would be three new teams: Adelaide, Freemantle and Port Adelaide. We would farewell Fitzroy and watch others like Footscray, Richmond, Melbourne and Hawthorn battle for their existence. For the first time non-Victorian Clubs would take premiership honours. The West Coast winning twice and Malcolm Blight's Adelaide doing the seemingly impossible by winning back-to-back flags against the odds. It was a decade in which the feats of goalkicking maestros Jason Dunstall and Gary Ablett were overshadowed by the record breaker Tony Lockett. We marvelled at the great champions. Robert Harvey sealed his greatness with a pair of Brownlow medals. Wayne Carey was named All Australian captain three times and Carlton's veteran Craig Bradley just got better and better through the nineties.
"The 90s Sucked The first Time Around" ft. UNBROKEN and SWING KIDS. Filmed May 2009 in Southern California. A Leg Lifters production.
It was the decade that changed the face of football as we knew it. There would be three new teams: the Adelaide Crows, Fremantle and Port Adelaide. We farewelled Fitzroy and watched others like Footscray, Richmond, Melbourne and Hawthorn battle for their existence. For the first time non-Victorian clubs would take premiership honours. West Coast won twice and Adelaide won back-to-back flags against the odds. It was a decade in which the feats of goalkicking maestros Jason Dunstall and Gary Ablett were overshadowed by the record breaker Tony Lockett.
Video Mix By Nicolas Escobar
A documentary on the rise in popularity of ska music in the 1990s, often referred to as the "third wave" of ska. Featuring interviews with members of Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake, No Doubt, Save Ferris, Hepcat, Goldfinger, Aquabats, Mad Caddies, Fishbone, Sublime, and many more.
Video Mix By Nicolas Escobar
Lost and found! A VHS recording of "America's Most Mysterious" TV show, featuring Mimal, the killer elf of forgotten folklore. Only part of the episode was recorded unfortunately.
A Documentary on Saturday Night Live during the 1990's.
Throughout the 80s and 90s The Tonight Showdelivered unforgettable moments with everyone from Robin Williams to Bill Clinton, debut appearances from Roseanne and Drew Carey, a visit from Carnac and Art Fern, original comic insights from George Carlin, Albert Brooks and Charles Grodin, side-splitting civilian guests and memorable visits from the wild kingdom.
A satire of 1990s pop culture.
Volume 2 Part 1 - The Best of the '80s & '90s
The Flaming Lips, Primal Scream, Mudhoney, Ween, Fountains of Wayne
I Love the '90s is a television mini-series produced by VH1 in which various music and TV personalities talk about the 1990s culture and all it had to offer. The show premiered July 12, 2004 with the episode "I Love 1990" and aired two episodes daily until July 16, 2004, when it ended with "I Love 1999". On January 17, 2005, a sequel was aired in the same fashion.
The '90s Are All That is a programming block that airs nightly on TeenNick. The block shows reruns of classic Nickelodeon shows from the 1990s, airing in a two-hour block running every night from 11pm to 1am, also airing in an encore from 1am-3am. The block derives its name and logo from All That, a popular sketch comedy series that ran on Nickelodeon from 1994 to 2005. The creation of the block, which debuted the night of July 25, 2011, was inspired by a large amount of interest in classic Nickelodeon series from the 1990s by users of social media outlets such as Facebook. From October 7, 2011 through October 23, 2011, the block aired in an earlier time slot, from 10 p.m. to midnight. Response to the debut was very positive; hash tags pertaining to the block became trending topics on Twitter and the Nielsen Ratings for TeenNick on the debut night increased to between eight and 60 times the ratings TeenNick received in previous weeks, beating numerous higher-profile basic cable programs in the same time slot. Some of the animated programming that is scheduled to be included in the block in the future was, at the time of the block's launch, already airing in overnight marathons on sister network Nicktoons, a practice that began in summer 2010. The Nicktoons marathons existed simultaneously with The '90s Are All That through August 2011, but have since been removed from the schedule. From Monday 4 February 2013, Nickelodeon started to broadcast The '90s Are All That block with The Amanda Show, Clarissa Explains It All and The Journey of Allen Strange, airing from 10:30pm through to midnight. The block was not advertised, and is not branded. It then ended on 15 April 2013.
I Love the '90s: Part Deux is a miniseries on VH1 in which various music and TV personalities reminisce about 1990s culture. It premiered on January 17, 2005. This series is a sequel to I Love the '90s. Its title is a reference to the 1993 comedy, Hot Shots! Part Deux.
An investigation into a series of critical events to reveal the moments that caused communism to fall, the Internet age to rise, and the country to go from the United States to Red State vs. Blue State.
The '90s: The Last Great Decade? revisits the decade through "inside out" storytelling and analysis via 120 original interviews—from unsung heroes behind the decade's most riveting stories to the biggest names in politics, tech, movies and music. They reveal a decade of highs and lows: Bill Clinton swept into office on the promise of change; we all made new "Friends"; the LA Riots kept us glued to our TVs; Nirvana gave Generation X a voice but everyone danced the Macarena; and "The Real World" and Jerry Springer changed the television programming landscape. With a star-studded cast of actors, eyewitnesses, politicians and celebrity interviewees, The '90s tells the story of 10 years before boom turned into bust; 10 years when the Web was wide open; 10 years before global terror hit hard.
A group of millennials are challenged to live in a house as if it were the '90s, without smartphones or other modern technology.
Recounts the main historic events that affected political and pop history of Chile during the 90s.