Posts by Samantha

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992 Film)

Buffy (Kristy Swanson) is a blonde valley girl who only cares about fashion, cheerleading, gymnastics, and sometimes boys. But that all changes when she discovers she’s meant to be a slayer… specifically, a vampire slayer. This version of Buffy was the original creation of the character, which kicked off the TV and book series.

Joe Normal

Joe Normal is an animated character from MTV’s Liquid Television created by Stephen Holman. He has been brought to attention recently because of a viral internet meme.

He is known as the impulsive, anxious and irritable teenage boy who struggles with chronic embarrassment and ticks. He is quite relatable, And absolutely my favorite Liquid Television character. His skit usually consists of him talking about his family and classifying them and himself as normal.

Debbie Jellinsky from Addams Family Values

Debbie Jellinsky

Debbie Jellinsky (Joan Cusack) is the psycho wife of Uncle Fester Addams in 1992’s Addams Family Values, the sequel to the previous live-action Addams Family film. Deranged and suffering with childhood neglect, Debbie is the ultimate female husband killer. She will stop at nothing to make sure her newlywed is dead, in this case Uncle Fester.

Sonya Blade (Movie Version)

Sonya Blade (1995 Movie)

Sonya Blade (Bridgette Wilson) is a special forces agent who must compete in the tenth Mortal Kombat tournament in order to prevent humanity from damnation. This version of Sonya Blade is from the live-action Mortal Kombat film from 1995, and her clothing is much more realistic for special forces than the video game version of Sonya Blade.

Vicki Vale

Vicki Vale

Vicki Vale (Kim Basinger) is a love interest of Bruce Wayne, the alter-ego of Batman. In 1989, Tim Burton brought her character to life in his film, Batman. Much like Selina Kyle, Vicki dresses very elegant and finds herself in sleek dresses.

Trevor Goodchild

Trevor Goodchild

Trevor Goodchild is the antagonist in MTV’s animated series Aeon Flux. Described as an morally ambiguous villain, he is occasionally but ultimately stopped by Aeon Flux, a secret agent he has a soft spot for.

Nancy Downs from The Craft

Nancy Downs from The Craft

Nancy Downs (Fairuza Balk) is the troubled punk-rock goth teen in 1996’s The Craft. Arguably the favorite among the cult following of this film. Every outfit of hers is admired throughout the whole movie, most notably her Catholic school uniform and the outfit she fights Sarah in.
There are so many fashion pieces she reuses and recreates that it’s up to the admirer to decide what outfit of hers they want to resurrect. Aside from the clothes, her makeup is fairly simple: brown and grey eyeshadow, red or black nail polish, and purple lip-liner with red lipstick.

Kim from Edward Scissorhands

Kim Boggs from Edward Scissorhands

Kim Boggs (Winona Ryder) is the beautiful and innocent daughter of the Avon lady Peg in Edward Scissorhands. Her character falls in love with the estranged Edward Scissorhands (played by Johnny Depp) who’s gentle nature changes her views on love and what is right. Set in a 1960’s like-setting, Her outfits are straight out of the past. Two outfits of hers that are most memorable are her camping clothes she meets Edward in, and the significant white dress she wears at the end of the movie. Her makeup is fair and natural, consisting of rose colored lips and bright eyeshadow.

Selina Kyle (Michelle Pfeiffer) from Batman Returns

Selina Kyle from Batman Returns

In 1992’s Batman Returns, Michelle Pfeiffer plays Selina Kyle aka Catwoman, who is tragically murdered by being pushed out of a window. Selina’s style aside from her stitched cat suit is a lot of wool + fur coats and black dresses. Her makeup also consists of grey and brown eyeshadow and rose pink lipstick, contrasting to her blue eyeshadow and red lipstick when in costume.

Mickey Knox from Natural Born Killers

Mickey Knox from Natural Born Killers

Mickey Knox (Woody Harrelson) is the sexy serial killer alongside his mate Mallory (Juliette Lewis) in Oliver Stone’s 1994 cult classic flick: Natural Born Killers. He’s an efficient killer who shows zero empathy for his victims.