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80s Movies That Needed a Cereal

Considering there haven’t been any good sugar-coma inducing cereals since their heyday back in the 80s, it makes total sense to bring up the 80s movies and characters that deserved their own breakfast of champions.

The 80s were a lot of things. Not the least of which, it was a time of gross over-advertising. Any slight movie hit in the 1980s would warrant the plastering of its image on a cardboard box filled with unoriginal cereals. There was Ghostbusters cereal–nothing more than Lucky Charms; C-3PO’s frosted Cheerios and E.T.–some sort of peanut buttery Cap’n Crunch.

Here are a few cereals that never hit the market, but should have.

Conan, the Cereal

I think this one was a no-brainer. Arnold was an up-and-coming star, and if the original movie was good enough to have a bad sequel, surely the movie deserves a cereal (which is like a sequel, but with more fiber). I would go so far as to say, if this cereal was produced, Mark L. Lester would have published “Commando 2: The Best Sequel Ever” here on ScreenJunkies.

More 80s Movies That Needed a Cereal at Screen Junkies.