If you grew up in early '90s, then you're familiar with the glory of the Sunday afternoon movie on local cable TV.
Now, I don't know about ya'll, but this was the highlight of the week for me as a kid. It was a gentle send-off to Monday and gave me something to think about in school the next day. I'd act out scenes from the movie I watched the day before during recess, and by the time Thursday rolled along, I was already getting excited for what was playing on Sunday again.
And since it was the early '90s, most of the films that came on were straight from the '80s. I'm talking classic like They Live, Batteries Not Included, Bloodsport, Robocop... You know, the cornerstones of American cinema.