They might be frightening, they may be scary, but whether they’re kooky or spooky, ghosts have a way of attracting our attention and fueling our imaginations through games, toys, and TV shows like The Real Ghostbusters.
The creepy-crawlies have come home to roost, and TechnoRetro Dads have the perfect place for a month-long Haunted House Party to celebrate the kookiest month of the year.
SuperFriend Adam O’Brien (the Fantha from Down Under) joins shazbazzar and JediShua for a chat about the comical campiness of a very ‘80s flick, Ice Pirates.
Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future take on Captain Jack Sparrow and the crew of the Black Pearl in this mighty Monday morning showdown on TechnoRetro Dads.
Actually, Jack Sparrow doesn’t make any appearances on this episode at all, but if you’re so inclined, you might want to speak like the quirky captain this Wednesday on “Talk Like a Pirate Day”. However, Captain Power is featured on this week’s show.
Football is in the air and on TV on Monday nights beginning tonight, so shazbazzar and JediShua kickoff the season with their fun football experiences (including jokes, arcade games, and NERF).
Reminisce about the lunchboxes you used to take to school with shazbazzar, JediShua, and several EarBuds on TechnoRetro Dads.
What if John Boy from The Waltons played Luke Skywalker? Could George Peppard or Robert Vaughn have played Han Solo? Find out what might have been in Battle Beyond the Stars.
School is back in session and TechnoRetro Dads are ready to bring good times back to class with school supplies, 1988 movies, and a palm-sweating game of Asteroids. JediShua and…
With Christopher Robin in theaters, TechnoRetro Dads remember childhood days with Winnie the Pooh and other stuffed friends.
Are you shore you don’t want to take one last trip to the beach? Take along a “portable” Vectrex video game system from 1982!
Comic Con News? Yes! The best news of all may be the return of The Clone Wars in what promises to be a fitting conclusion to this amazing series.
JediShua is camping, shazbazzar is at the beach, and the internet is a bit wonky, but it’s not the end of the world!
Tune in for 77 minutes of Missile Command from Atari and get Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone in 3-D!