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When It Was Cool reviews, remembers, and celebrates the toys, music, action figures, television, movies, and popular culture of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. Star Wars, G.I. Joe, Super Friends, Comic Books, Comics, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, My Little Pony, Alice in Wonderland, books, Six Million Dollar Man, Godzilla, video games, and all things retro.
 
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Formerly known as DragonKing Dark Podcast, the When It Was Cool Dark Podcast show brings you tales of the supernatural, true crime, paranormal, and the darker corners of pop culture. Part of the When It Was Cool Podcast Network from WhenItWasCool.com and hosted by DragonKingKarl (Karl Stern). Feeding your curiosity of monsters, haunted houses, murder, death, UFOs, fear, history, society, and more.
 
Looking for pro wrestling history? WWE, WCW, NWA, AEW, NXT, NJPW, Impact, ROH, AWA, ECW, and much more. Karl Stern (DragonKingKarl) is a pro wrestling historian who has produced the DragonKingKarl Classic Wrestling Audio Show for over 10 years at Wrestling Observer. He is currently putting together the massive Ultimate History of Pro Wrestling Zone at When It Was Cool. This is the free version of some of the pro wrestling podcasts we produce at When It Was Cool. The vast majority of it is av ...
 
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The Plot Podcast returns as part of Hallowe'en Month at When It Was Cool to look at some 1960s Spy TV shows and how they took on some classic creatures .. or do they? Watch The Man from UNCLE tangle with Count Zark, The Avengers (Steed and Mrs. Peel) investigate Professor Frank N. Stone and the agents of Get Smart investigate Dr. Drago. Things are …
 
We interrupt our 100 darkest moments in pop culture history series for the month of October as we are celebrating Halloween all month long at WhenItWasCool.com. So, this episode, host Karl Stern (DragonKingKarl) is joined by his wife Tonya from WIWC to discuss one of the iconic horror movies of ever- A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) which gave us a…
 
On this episode host Karl Stern (DragonKingKarl) takes a look at the monster Big Van Vader. Leon White originally debuted in the AWA as a former NFL football star, but after going to Japan and being given the gimmick of the space monster Big Van Vader, his career opened up internationally in a big way, including a riot against Antonio Inoki, almost…
 
How Spider-Man saved Eternia. In todays adventure we follow an unlikely trail from the Daily Bugle to Castle Grayskull. Let’s take a look at the circumstances surrounding the 200X revival of Masters of the Universe. Who were behind the toys? What was the storyline? How did it turn out? Is it worth revisiting today?…
 
Where's the paw-ty? Right here! Anything is paw-sible when Mike and Joseph get together to raise the woof! Things start off with the fellas on a short leash as they Gift, Keep, and Ditch famous dogs from movies and TV shows, and then its on to the main topic, a look at cartoon dogs through the years. This episode may be a diamond in the ruff, but y…
 
Ultimo Dragon was one of my favorite pro wrestlers, so this show was a lot of fun to put together. Ultimo Dragon was a standout Japanese junior heavyweight wrestler who also had influence in Mexico and the United States as well. He was important to the WCW Cruiserweight division, and an innovator inside the ring. This is the story of the highflying…
 
Who was Fatty Arbuckle? Besides having a hilarious name he was the first big Hollywood scandal. Yes, the sad tale of Fatty Arbuckle is a cautionary tale for the movie industry still to this very day. Fatty Arbuckle was a silent movie era star until his career was destroyed by an allegation that he raped and killed a Hollywood actress. It took three…
 
Tiger Mask revolutionized pro wrestling. The style he developed in the 1980s, along with Dynamite Kid, is a style of wrestling that still has influence today. Join pro wrestling historian Karl Stern (DragonKingKarl) as he looks back at revolutionary wrestler Tiger Mask (Satoru Sayama) and the various Tiger Mask characters which came afterward. Supp…
 
Karl and Tonya sit down to discuss The Neverending Story from 1984, as well as, the less talked about two sequels. Giant puppets, a child hero who shouts ever single line of dialogue, and an Empress who might be 30 or 13 I can't really tell. The first movie was a fun adventure and then it just got bad. Actually, who are we kidding, this movie holds…
 
Join The Desert Rat this episode to continue our paranormal diving discussing Aleister Crowley and Jack Parsons, magician and co-founder of Jet Propulsion Laboratory. An actual link to military intelligence that adds power to conspiracies about black magic in government.โดย WhenItWasCool.com
 
In the new episode of the Plot Podcast, we pay tribute to the recently-deceased Jean-Luch Godard by looking at three French New Wave heist films: Shoot the Piano Player, Band of Outsiders and Le Doulos, all of which are streaming as of this recording.โดย WhenItWasCool.com
 
He was the last great truly dangerous feeling wrestler. Scott Steiner was a loose cannon on the mic and in the ring in WCW. Following a stellar tag team career with his brother Rick Steiner, Scott forged a new path as the Superstar Billy Graham look-a-like with a foul mouth and jakked to the gills in WCW and later TNA. He was the last pro wrestler …
 
Continuing our 100 darkest moments in pop culture history series. You know your life has taken a bad turn if the government has to name a law after you. Yeah, probably not a good sign. Nor was it for child actor Jackie Coogan, who, after gaining huge success in Charlie Chaplin films, went on to even greater notoriety as Uncle Fester from the Addams…
 
This is an audio documentary about the wrestling career of "Hustler" Rip Rogers. Rogers worked all over the world in the 1970s-80s including most of the major U.S. territories, Japan, a memorable feud with Adrian Street and Austin Idol in Alabama, Stampede in Canada, and much more.โดย WhenItWasCool.com
 
This episode the fellas talk about some of the movies they watched from this year's Genre Blast Film Festival (including 'Manfish', 'Johnny Z' and 'The Brilliant Terror') - which were hits and which were misses? You've gotta listen to find out. Plus, September 15th (this episode's release day) is National Malcolm Day, so what better way to celebrat…
 
We close out the 1800s at New York's Madison Square Garden by look at the only pro wrestling show held there in 1898 and then there appears to have been none in 1899 and resumes again in 1900. Ernest Rober has returned and we find out that he is the hand picked champion for William Muldoon. We also discover clues as to why the original Strangler, E…
 
This week on the DragonKingKarl Classic Wrestling Audio Show, host Karl Stern from WhenItWasCool.com takes a look back at the Queensbury Athletic Club which set the foundation for pro wrestling in Toronto, Canada and eventually gave rise to pro wrestling at the Maple Leaf Gardens. In the 1930s the Queensbury Athletic Club launch what would become o…
 
KZ on the comeback trail, KZ shares his Florida hated, George Lucas and his mental state, Elvis, KZ shares his podcast playlist, an insane pro wrestling match and a Top 5 anytime movie discussion...all that and more! match link: https://tinyurl.com/kzbootโดย WhenItWasCool.com
 
Continuing our series 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history, we take a look at the death of Metallica bass player Cliff Burton, and event that forever changed the band. And, in a twist, instead of recounting his life story, I call in an expert, NoFriender from the Thrash Metal Show Podcast to tell us what would have happened if Cliff Bu…
 
Another new pro wrestling biography for you as I take a look at the lucha libre character Pentagon. Originally created by AAA in Mexico as the evil rival of Octagon, Pentagon went through a number of changes over the years including different people playing the role. His rivalry with Octagon also lasted many years. Now, here in the current era of p…
 
Grab a bucket of popcorn and a large drink - the boys have a super-long bonus-sized episode this time around! Up first is Gift, Keep, and Ditch featuring breakfast cereals of yore and then it's on to the feature presentation as they discuss some of the movies from the recent 2022 edition of the Popcorn Frights Film Festival. Join them as they FOLLO…
 
I will be looking back at the territorial era monster One Man Gang who later had his gimmick changed to the regrettable Akeem. Starting out with the outlaw promotions then Poffo's ICW, he ended up getting huge pushes in Florida, World Class, Mid-South UWF, and ultimately WWF where he had a run against Hulk Hogan before settling into a tag team with…
 
We continue our series of 100 darkest moments in pop culture history by taking a look at the supposed curse of The Little Rascals / My Gang group of actors. Did many of them meet an untimely demise? We will discuss. One thing is certain, however, Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer's story does not end well. We take a look at the facts surrounding the supposed …
 
Karl and Tonya discuss the epic new Elvis biopic recently in the theaters. Elvis Presley (Austin Butler) and his relationship with Col. Tom Parker (Tom Hanks) is the focus of the film... from the perspective of Col. Parker! This movie was amazing in every way and we discuss the incredibly complex (and utterly carney) Col. Tom Parker and how Elvis b…
 
Today I take a look back at a classic tag team of the territorial era - The Nightmares. The Nightmares (Ken Wayne and Danny Davis) were never a big nationally known team. They never worked WWF, worked only briefly for the NWA and, even then, under a different name, but fans of Memphis and Continental saw them a lot as they were a top tag team in th…
 
In this episode of the Plot, we look at two spinoffs from the Pink Panther franchise: the 1968 film Inspector Clouseau, made without Blake Edwards and Peter Sellers, starring Alan Arkin as the bumbling French detective and The Inspector, the long-running animated film/tv series starring Pat Harrington Jr as The Inspector.…
 
On this DragonKingKarl Classic Wrestling Biography podcast, host Karl Stern takes a look at the career of one of the most famous lucha libre stars in history- Mil Mascaras. Mil Mascaras was a huge star, not only in Mexico, but the United States and Japan as well. In addition to that, he was one of the major lucha libre action movie stars, featured …
 
Join us as Mike and Joseph take a leisurely Sunday drive back in time to talk about some of their favorite cars from TV shows like the Batmobile (of course!), the Monkee Mobile (really?), and Fred Sanford's beat-up pick-up truck (why not?!). Before that, it's time for "Gift, Keep, Ditch" which sees the guys offer up their choices for spaceships! Fr…
 
The pro wrestling career and life of Lex Luger is very complicated. He was a major star right out of the starting gate, pushed to the top of Championship Wrestling from Florida from his very first match. He was quickly seen as the next Hulk Hogan. He was a member of the 4 Horsemen, all within months of his debut. But he kept being booked to fail in…
 
The master of the Eastern arts! A disfigured ninja! The green mist spitting martial arts master! The Great Kabuki was an interesting and successful gimmick wrestler developed from the mind of Gary Hart who became a cool special attraction heel in World Class Championship Wrestling, Mid-Atlantic Wrestling, and elsewhere in the 1980s. Join pro wrestl…
 
Part of our on-going 100 darkest moments in pop culture history series. Michael Hutchence of INXS was found dead in his hotel room in 1997 and you may think you know the reason why. But did you know that most of what you think you know about the death of Michael Hutchence is probably wrong and taken out of context? Today we'll discuss how one inter…
 
Thankfully, this is the last "flu era" episode we have recorded. With both Karl and Tonya now feeling better we will get the podcasts back to normal again. But as they fight off the last vestiges of sickness, they take a night to turn down the lights, light some oil lamps, and watch one of the most famous early horror movies ever- The Phantom of th…
 
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