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When It Was Cool reviews, remembers, and celebrates the toys, music, action figures, television, movies, and popular culture of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. Star Wars, G.I. Joe, Super Friends, Comic Books, Comics, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, My Little Pony, Alice in Wonderland, books, Six Million Dollar Man, Godzilla, video games, and all things retro.
 
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The flagship of WhenItWasCool.com returns with a duel Halloween filled review podcast. Karl and Tonya take a look at the latest installment in the Michael Meyers Halloween film franchise Halloween Kills (2021). Spoilers a-plenty. Plus how this movie melds the continuity between the original series and the Rob Zombie series. Then Karl reviews anothe…
 
Join The Desert Rat this week, as we delve into another steam punk classic of comics and movie lore; The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Support the platform that houses this podcast: whenitwascool.com on Patreon. Throw The Dawg a bone: dirtydawgmes on Patreon. Rest In Peace Dad.על ידי WhenItWasCool.com
 
Lock your doors, pull down the window shades, and huddle close together as it's time for the first of two Halloween-themed episodes! In this episode Joseph and Mike talk about the "unholy trinity" of Universal's classic monsters - Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and The Wolf-Man - and their lasting visual and thematic impact on pop culture for the…
 
Join The Desert Rat today as we look back at another short lived, but totally awesome classic, The Adventures of Brisco County Jr! Steam punk at its finest. Support the platform that houses their podcast - whenitwascool.com on Patreonעל ידי WhenItWasCool.com
 
The When It Was Cool flagship podcast sails again with two full length retro reviews for you. First, is a fun filled review of a Saturday morning cartoon that ran for two seasons in the early 1980s based on the pop culture phenom video game Pac Man! Then we have a full review, appropriate for October, of The Bride of Frankenstein, a movie considere…
 
One of our older Patreon shows. WWE WWF owner Vince McMahon tried his hand at another passion of his in the 1990s - professional bodybuilding. He loaded up on gimmicks, and silliness, hired a few celebrity types including Lou Ferrigno and rival wrestling promotion WCW's champion Lex Luger and produced the big flop known as the WBF.…
 
It's almost Halloween season and Mike and Joseph are busy picking out their costumes and decorating the UBW offices with skeletons, Jack O'Lanterns, bats, and all sorts of creepy things they found at the Dollar Store. So rather than skip this week they decided to run an encore of an older episode that sees Joe spell out his mix-tape of songs about …
 
The new and improved When It Was Cool flagship podcast returns with Karl and Tonya discussing the pop artist Pink and her incredible singing, songs, and life. Then Karl returns with a review of one of the most wacked out episodes of Super Friends ever - Colossus! Apache Chief (of all people) saves the day. When It Was Cool discusses pop culture, re…
 
Join The Desert Rat today as we look back at the much lauded but somewhat controversial tv series from the late 1960s. Wild Wild West is an artifact well worth revisiting. I loved this show, and perhaps you did too! Support the platform that hosts this show. Join up on Patreon from the When It Was Cool home page. A labor of love and growing communi…
 
The review trilogy comes to a close as Joseph and Mike share their thoughts on six of the movies that aired as part of this year's Genre Blast Film Festival. Were there any stand-outs or stinkers? Is Kringle Time an actual time zone? And what does Vernon Wells have to do with any of this? Before you get the answers to THOSE questions, though, Joe a…
 
Join Karl from WhenItWasCool.com as he looks back at a classic prime time television show from his childhood. This episode we look back at the trucking comedy/drama BJ and The Bear. As a kid this featured everything you needed for a fun TV show- an 18 wheeler truck and a monkey. You seldom ever see this show in reruns but it was a huge hit back in …
 
The flagship has returned to sail into the next 5 years! Karl and Tonya return to discuss the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks and the new documentary by National Geographic called 9-11: One Day in America. Where were you on September 11th? Tonya was working for a major food chain distributor while Karl was a police officer. They …
 
Join the Desert Rat today as he reminisces about some of the good times he has had, and his favorite When It Was Cool editions. Support the platform that hosts this podcast, and help us make 5 years a decade.על ידי WhenItWasCool.com
 
Mike and Joe review and discuss RetroTV's newest program, "Dracula's Kung-Fu Theater" and how it harkens back to old TV horror hosts, albeit with the hook that instead of monster flicks, we get old martial arts films. This leads into memories of hosts from their youth like Sir Graves Ghastly, Bob Wilkins, the Ghoul and others, as well as how curren…
 
Karl and Tonya review the last 4 chronological installments in the Conjuring Universe of horror movies. Annabelle Comes Home follows the story of the haunted Annabelle doll set in 1972. The Curse of La Llorona is set in 1973. The Conjuring 2 takes the Warrens and their story to England in 1977. The latest movie in the Conjuring Universe is set in 1…
 
Courtesy of the Peacock Channel I bring you the DIRT WORST show I have watched in a long time- Airwolf from 1984. This show seemed to have all the ingredients to appeal to me- a super jet helicopter, military fightin', and the 1980s. But it has too much going against it. For one, Ernest Borgnine, but he wasn't even close to the worst thing in it. T…
 
It's movie review time! The guys sit down and talk about four movies that played at this year's Popcorn Frights Film Festival that was held in person in Fort Lauderdale along with a nationwide virtual version from August 12th until today. On tap are two slasher-esque flicks as well as two creature features, both of which were world premieres. Plus,…
 
Join pro wrestling historian Karl Stern from When It Was Cool as he looks in depth at the history of WWE legend Hulk Hogan before he became WWF champion in 1984. Did he hold a world championship before then in the AWA? It's complicated. A detailed deep dive into the history of pop culture and pro wrestling legend Hulk Hogan. Part of our new Monday …
 
While Joe is busy spending his Summer break waiting to get his second Covid vaccine shot, the guys weren't able to schedule any time to record, so Mike has put together the next best thing: A clip show! But not just any clip show, no sir! One of the most popular UBW features was the Monthly Mix-Tape Challenge, so Mike put together seven of the best…
 
This week on the free When It Was Cool podcast from WhenItWasCool.com hosts Karl and Tonya review the first 4 movies in the Conjuring Universe in chronological order: The Nun (set in 1952), Annabelle Creation (set in 1955), Annabelle (set in 1967), and The Conjuring (set in 1971). Many horror movie fans consider The Conjuring family of movies to be…
 
Lois Lane, Mary Jane Watson, and Veronica Lodge - what do they all have in common? They're non-powered love interests of comic book characters. While there are plenty of couples in comic books, most of them don't last long or, when they do, both parties have extraordinary abilities. So Joseph and Mike decided to take a hike up Mt. Retromore and dis…
 
Karl and Tonya sit down and review the first two Harry Potter movies for the first time in this collected edition podcast previously available to our Patreon supporters. Neither of us have saw a Harry Potter movie before nor have we read the books so we are going to see what all the fuss is about. These movies were important pop culture events for …
 
It's a special review show as the guys look at Craig Moss and Goldwyn Films new movie, "Let Us In" which debuted on VOD last Friday. They discuss the movie and other examples of "gateway" horror geared towards kids, or that is at least kid-friendly, and how they both were drawn to and/or introduced to the horror genre. But before that Mike reveals …
 
When it comes crashin' down and it hurts inside- dun dun dun dun dun-dun dun-dun! Yeah! It might not be "cool" to be an American these days but BY GAWD we don't feel that way at When It Was Cool! Karl and Tonya discuss how the Fourth of July was celebrated back during our childhoods. The absolute God given American way- by blowing stuff up with que…
 
Joe talks about some old Kiss demo clips that he found on YouTube, Mike bemoans the cardiac event monitor that he has to wear for two weeks, and they both share their top four identifiable villains in this episode's "Mount Retromore". After that, it's time to get into the nuts and bolts of the episode as the guys look back at electronic devices tha…
 
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