20 Songs You'll Instantly Recognize Even Though You Haven't Thought About Them Since The '90s

All too often when we're looking back at a period in music, there are plenty of songs that just get lost to the sands of time. Unless it was a #1 hit or a particularly notable one hit wonder, it's so easy for it to just slip from our memory completely, no matter how many times we listened to it back then. Luckily for you, we've hunted down some of these forgotten classics. Prepare yourself, as soon as you hear these songs, they're going to be stuck in your head all over again.Sixpence None The Richer - "Kiss Me"


13 Things You Didn't Know About 'Batman: The Animated Series'

We all remember our first Batman. For some, it was the campy, '60s Batman played by Adam West. For others, it was the darker Tim Burton version of the character played by Michael Keaton, and for some unfortunate souls it would have been the Joel Schumacher-era Batmans (Batmen?) played by Val Kilmer and George Clooney.Two words: Bat. Nipples.Warner Bros.But for a lot of us, our first Batman wasn't even live-action, but rather animated. 25 years ago, we were introduced to not only one of the most iconic takes on the Caped Crusader, but one of the best


14 Actors You Totally Forgot Were Also '80s One Hit Wonders

While one hit wonders have been around for as long as we can remember, something happened in the '80s that makes some of those one-and-done songs stand out. That "thing" was a whole bunch of actors deciding to give a music career a try, and finding success...kinda. While the world may have forgotten their mostly ill-advised attempts at music fame, at least they can rest easy knowing they'll always carry the title of "One Hit Wonder."Bernadette Peters - "Gee Whiz"Considering how much of her career's success is thanks to Broadway, it's not surprising that Bernadette Peters would


21 Photos That Will Have You Saying "Oh My God," Right Before You Drown In Nostalgia

They say a picture's worth a thousand words, and often all it takes is a single photo to bring back a tidal wave of memories. But sometimes, that photo can also bring back the sounds, smells, and feelings that come from those memories. Here's a bunch of pictures that will take you right back to your childhoodThe click of these on the gym floorSo satisfying, for some reasonAmazonThe fizzy taste of Clearly CanadianStill haven't found anything like itClearly CanadianThe struggle of picking the right movie to rentTrying to find a movie everyone agreed on was basically impossibleRoger EbertThe


13 Things You Never Knew About 'Unsolved Mysteries'

In the late '80s and early '90s it seemed like pretty much everyone was obsessed with all things spooky or unexplained. Shows like The Twilight Zone, Tales From the Crypt, and The X-Files made sure that no matter what, we always got our weekly creepy fix. Yes, yes we do.FoxBut of all the shows that filled us with fear, none were more terrifying than Unsolved Mysteries. It wasn't just that the stories were real, everything about the show combined into a perfect storm of scary that guaranteed we were never sleeping again. The theme song, Robert Stack's perfect voice,

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17 Popular Actors You'll Be Surprised To Learn Were In Horror Movies

Over the course of their careers, all of these actors have reached the height of success, appearing in beloved movies, winning major awards, and becoming the names and faces that we recognize immediately. But they weren't always as famous as they are today, and there were some weird pit stops on their roads to success. Here are some big name actors you had no clue appeared in horror movies. Jennifer AnistonTrimark Pictures / Wikimedia CommonsWhile she landed some major roles on television series like Molloy and Ferris Bueller, both shows were quickly canceled. It wasn't until 1993 that she would land


90s Cartoon Theme Songs That Will Hit You Right In The Childhood

Those of us who grew up in the '90s were lucky to experience the golden age of cartoons. While a lot of the cartoons of the '80s were basically very long toy commercials, the '90s gave us some of the zaniest, coolest, and most fun cartoons we could have ever asked for. GiphyThere were so many amazing cartoons, that there's no way we could possibly include them all, but here are some of the opening credits we memorized while waiting for our favorite shows to start.AnimaniacsSo just sit back and relax, you'll laugh 'til you collapse, we're Animaniacs! Soon


The '80s Cartoon Intros That Defined Our Childhood

I don't think anyone could argue that there was a better decade for cartoons than the 1980s. Whether they had epic narrators, incredible synth theme songs, or just showed us our favorite characters, as soon as we saw any of these intros, we knew we in for an awesome time.Giphy1. Ulysses 31This show was basically the Greek myth of Odysseus, but in the 31st Century and in spaaaaaaaaaaaace. There was something weirdly satisfying about singing along to all those "Ulyyyyyseeeeeeeees" parts.2. Disney's Adventures of the Gummi BearsA show based on candy had no business being this good, but


30 Years Later, Where's The Cast Of "The Lost Boys" Now?

While Joel Schumacher might be better known today for his part in the two '90s Batman movies that people love to hate, 30 years ago he gave us not only one of the best movies of the '80s, but one of the greatest vampire movies ever made. In honor of The Lost Boys turning 30, we think it's time to find out what the cast has been up to since 1987.Warner Bros.Laddie - Chance Michael CorbittWarner Bros.Laddie is the youngest member of the "Lost Boys," and along with his sister Star and Michael becomes human again at


20 Things That Will Remind You How Old You Really Are

They say that time passes more quickly the older you get, and considering that with every passing year I get increasingly jealous of how well Betty White has aged compared to me, I'm starting to feel like that's a legit thing. Live footage of me, right nowGiphyAnd as we get older, there are all sorts of interesting facts that start popping up to remind us that time is slipping away from us, and clearly it's all the younger generation's fault. Here are some of the things that are forcing us to ask "just where has the time gone?"Also me.