I really want to give AMT mad props for including the show’s true star in the cabin. I also like to pretend that “BJ and the Bear” took place in the “Planet of the Apes” universe and Bear would eventually rise up over his oppressor. Don’t forget to join our new facebook group. Get the […]
I love this assortment from 1969, the majority of these characters would end up on costumes for decades. Promotion for these was done on TV spots but not in the usual manner but through participation with the myriad of local kid’s shows that peppered the landscape at the time. Here are a couple of photos: […]
This is a promotional poster Fundimensions released for the Space:1999 Eagle, I honestly have been smitten with this vehicle since i was five. Some guys love cars, I want an Eagle….
For our 41st episode (and 3rd of 2016 if you’re keeping count) we’re joined by Famous Monsters of Filmland Editor David Weiner (@tikiambassador) for a discussion of all things robotic. We each pick and discuss our personal three favourite and least favourite mechanical men from film and television over the decades and discuss why. Along […]
As Rack Toys go, these are a pretty solid concept.
It’s October and that means you get two podcasts, both devoted to scary subjects. Episode 35 is dedicated to that TV sensation of the 1970s, the amazing phenom that was Kolchak: The Night Stalker. Jason and Brian discuss the TV Movies, the subsequent series and all the amazing influence this show had. We also debate […]
My pal Adam from Retrodimestore, sent this in, I think it’s kind of a tease to include the keys to the Torino. Get our book on Rack Toys and other goodies at our online store
With last month’s passing of Leonard Nimoy, we decided to pick up where we left off when last discussing Star Trek. This episode touches upon the highs and lows of the Star Trek movie franchise, ending at part 6. We also discuss the (minimalist) 80s merchandise, conventions, films the cast did and don’t hate us […]
Dukes of Hazzard was the first time as a kid where there was a show that I watched and enjoyed but when that avalanche of merchandise arrived, I had no desire to own any of it. Boy though in 1981, if you could think of it, you could buy it with the General Lee on […]
There is nothing like the concerned face of Farrah Fawcett Majors to help you with your morning beauty routine. I want to add that when working on the book, I couldn’t find one of these flipping things, now I’m tripping over them…. Rack Toys: Cheap, Crazed Playthings is a limited edition 144 page book from […]