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The Secret of the Sword

"I've got that flying horsey in my sight" He-Man & the Masters of the Universe was a massive hit toy line and a massive hit animated TV series. He-Man ruled the airwaves in the 80s and it would only make sense to not only make a feature length theatrical film but also a new spin-off series with a new character! The film follows Price Adam/He-Man as he embarks on the search for his twin sister. Turns out that a new villain by the name of Hordak had kidnapped He-Man's twin sister shortly after birth and taken here to another dimension on a planet called Etherea. No one knows what happened to the little girl, Adora. But, with this information and with a magical sword, He-Man is on his way to find Princess Adora.  What much can be said of "The Secret of the Sword", it's not necessarily a film for cinemas as there is nothing special enough about the movie for it to warrant a theatrical release, other than the length of the film. The animation remains the

Army of Darkness VHS Trailer

The 80's and 90's were the best time to grow up. Technology wasn't nearly as advanced as it is now so there was no reliance on it like there is today, kids played outside most of the time, and films came on thick plastic boxes called VHS.

Collecting VHS was the thing that I found myself in when my parents bought me my first VCR in the early 90's. One of the things that I remember the most was going to the video store and seeing VHS trailers play on the TVs that were scattered throughout the store. They would mostly be shortened versions of the film's theatrical trailer and would highlight when the film was coming out.

This Army of Darkness VHS trailer was one that I remember the most. I saw the film in the theater and loved it. I anxiously awaited for the film to hit the video market and would see this trailer in my local mom and pop shop all the time.

Here is a taste of what it used to be like to visit a video store:


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