Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” opened in theaters and John Glenn returned to space on this day in pop culture history.
It’s only fitting that the bride of Frankenstein was born just a few days before Halloween, but you’ll be surprised to learn what other movies she has been in.
What is the “best” Halloween candy? What is the worst? The answers might surprise you for this extensive search for best candy.
“It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” aired for the first time on CBS on this day in 1966. Too bad we may never see it on broadcast TV ever again.
Arnold Schwarzenegger starred as the first “terminator” when the film was released on this day in 1984.
In 1994, Susan Smith lied that she was carjacked with her two children inside. What happened was a lot more dark.
A popular movie theater candy was introduced w-a-y back in 1893. There is a good chance that many people munched on it while watching an Oscar-winning film on this day in 1969.
It was on this day that an elephant learned how to fly in 1941.
It was on this day that The Supremes became the first all-female group to have a #1 selling album.