I would safely say that anyone who has known me for any length of time know I am a super Kiss/Gene and Paul fan. So when I read that today was the 30th anniversary of the release of the “Gene Simmons Classic Film” NEVER TOO YOUNG TO DIE, I couldn’t resist popping some corn and breaking it out for a trip down memory lane! Actually, I couldn’t remember ever watching it, probably because I was a new dad in 1986 and my wife and I couldn’t afford a night out at the movies!! Anyhow, quick summation: John Stamos is the “hero wearing his acid-washed jeans”, Vanity is scantily clad a good bit, Genie plays a “Bruce/Caitlin Jenner/Evil Person who wants to poison a water system”, and a former “Bond Guy”, George Lazenby is in it too (but he gets killed pretty early!). Acting is horrible, dialogue is bad, Vanity looked good when she had fun with the garden hose, and the special effects were…horrendous!! (Some of the stuff looked like it was borrowed from the old Batman TV series!) So, doing my Siskel & Ebert thing: It was well worth the 1 hour and 36 minutes, and I actually used a VCR!! But chances are if you wanna see this cinematic classic, it’s probably free online somewhere. Now, where’s my copy of RUNAWAY and RED SURF?????