31 Greatest 1980s Horror Films

Welcome to PixelatedPop's 31 Greatest 1980s Horror Films!  Starting today, we will begin counting down our favorite horror movies of the 1980s with a new installment being revealed every Monday in October!  Can you guess what will be #1?

Music Video Vault: Aphex Twin "Come to Daddy"

In recent years since the introduction of the reality TV era, music videos have become somewhat of a lost art form, taking a backseat to brain cell-massacring programs like 18 & Pregnant, Date My Mom and Jersey Shore.  MTV (which stands for "Music Television," in case you've forgotten) used to be a breeding ground for artists to reacher wider audiences, using videos to not only get their songs heard, but to instill imagery in their viewers' minds that often stuck with them throughout their lives.  Additionally, many of today's most celebrated filmmakers began their careers directing music videos, such as David Fincher (Fight Club, The Social Network), Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine Of the Spotless Mind, The Science Of Sleep) and Spike Jonze (Being John Malkovich, Adaptation.)...

Five Goosebumps Books That Deserve Movie Adaptations

Growing up in the 1990s, it was difficult to get past distractions that drew our generation away from more fruitful endeavors, such as school studies or getting outside every once in awhile.  In a decade that saw the emergence of popular entities such as the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the Super Nintendo, burying one's face in a book that wasn't assigned reading was considered a waste of time, hours that could be better spent flipping Pogs or teaching a Tamagotchi to stop spraying digital shit in the living room.  Then along came Goosebumps, a book series that dominated library shelves everywhere from 1992 to 1997, adding the "fun" or the "mental" back to "reading is fundamental," depending on your preference for simplistic yet enjoyable adolescent horror literature...