Mall Culture, Reviews, Features & Nostalgia!

Awesome 80’s and 90’s Mall references flowed when US television host Kyle Brandt, of the NFL network’s ‘Good Morning Football’ show, gave the most impassioned ode to the great American Shopping Mall I have ever witnessed on screen. Turning beetroot-red with ardour, in three minutes he mana...

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Osaka, in the Kansai region of Japan’s main Island, is Tokyo’s rowdier, brasher little brother. Their dialect is louder, they drink and eat like there’s no tomorrow and they are more than happy to tell you exactly what they’re thinking. Some would say that this makes Osaka the greatest city...

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Fast Times at Ridgemont High was released on August 13th, 1982. The film could have been drowned into obscurity; this was perhaps the golden Summer for movies - Tron, Blade Runner, the Thing, Conan the Barbarian, E.T., First Blood, Poltergeist all came out in this magical year. However, Fast Times h...

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Throughout my experiences growing up with Malls, video games have always played a major part. I remember spending hours playing games in the arcades, which every Mall worth their salt had in the 80s, 90s and early 00s. I would play Street Fighter II, Mortal Kombat, Daytona Racing, Hammerin' Harry €..

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The year is 1990. You wake up for what you expect will be an average School day. The morning feels as it normally does. You gather with your classmates and wait for the bell, which comes too soon as usual. Two classes later, the sweet sweet relief of the bell for the first break sounds through the H...

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ABC sitcom 'The Goldbergs' is easily the best show currently on television (totally unbiased view!). It is based upon the real life of writer Adam F. Goldberg, who grew up in the 80s. The show is heavily steeped in 80s nostalgia and discusses all of the pop culture at the height of the decade – Te...

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