Toy Story 4 – Review Cherry at the Movies

Toy Story is back and pulling heartstrings Pixar’s Toy Story was released in 1995 and now 24 years later the whole gang is back together with a few new friends! The release of Toy Story 4 is like seeing my old imaginary friends I had in childhood. A memory that warms my heart and feels like a …

NEW “SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK” TRAILER TEASES SCARES FROM ØVREDAL AND DEL TORO

The newest trailer for Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, the new film from director Andre Øvredal (The Autopsy of Jane Doe) and producer Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, The Shape of Water) dropped today. The film is based on a series of popular short horror stories by Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell. https://youtu.be/Vlya92LZqZw …

Andrew Steel is the Wish Man

One boy’s wish changed a man. One man’s wish changed the world. I’ve never really thought how Make-A-Wish came into existence but am very interested in the new bio-pic Wish Man about Frank Shankwitz, the co-founder of the Make-A-Wish Foundation after learning of the new film. Mr. Shankwitz selected Andrew Steel personally to star in Wish Man. The heartwarming story …

Michael Biehn meets fans at ALIENS tribute

Actor Michael Biehn (Corporal Hicks) appeared in person at an Aliens Tribute in Omaha this weekend. The event, held by film historian Bruce Crawford, is one of many that Crawford hosts twice a year to honor classic films and raise money for local charities, in this case the Nebraska Kidney Foundation. Biehn answered questions for nearly thirty minutes before the screening of a new 35mm print of James Cameron’s sci-fi masterpiece, which earned seven Academy Award nominations back in 1986. Biehn then met with fans in the lobby of the Joslyn Art Museum, where he signed autographs and posed for pictures. The event came one year after Crawford paid tribute to Ridley Scott’s original Alien, which featured special guest Alien co-star Veronica Cartwright in person.

Michael Biehn onstage as he begins answering questions.

Michael Biehn meets with fans after the Aliens screening.

The meet and greet line for Michael Biehn.

Biehn talks Aliens with fans after the screening

Biehn onstage taking audience questions

From left to right (Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Michael Biehn, Film historian Bruce Crawford, Judi Morinelli)

Biehn poses with super-fans

Biehn signs some Aliens memorabilia

Alien memorabilia on display in the lobby of the event

Alien props on display

Lobby display

Lobby display

Lobby display

Lobby display

Disney’s Aladdin Review: Cherry at the Movies

Kids will love to climb on this magic carpet ride I remember seeing ‘Aladdin’ with Robin Williams as the blue genie that delighted me. I remember singing the songs with my brother as we left the theatre with my family. When Disney announced they were making a live action movie directed by Guy Ritchie I …

Aladdin Review: Blissful Nostalgia

Ashley Bowden, Guest Blogger The 2019 version of Aladdin is two hours and eight minutes of pure blissful nostalgia. This re- make was a great adaptation to the original 1992 animated version. The story line stayed relatively close to the original, but with a modern twist, relating to current social issues, and modern day conversations. …

MICHAEL BIEHN REFLECTS BACK ON ‘THE TERMINATOR’ AS HE PREPARES FOR ‘ALIENS’ TRIBUTE

Actor Michael Biehn (The Terminator, The Abyss, Tombstone) is returning to his childhood state of Nebraska on Friday night May 24th, for a screening of James Cameron’s Aliens, in which he starred as Corporal Hicks alongside Sigourney Weaver.   Film historian Bruce Crawford is presenting the film in Omaha at Joslyn Art Museum’s Witherspoon Hall as a benefit to raise money for the Nebraska …

Get ready for the Batman 5K DTLA

It’s the Dark Knight’s 80th Birthday and LA is having a Cos-Play Run I’m ready to run for the 5K Batman DTLA. So it’s time for me to get serious about getting healthy since I want to gender swap as Batman or maybe the Riddler! Put on your cape and join your fellow superheroes when …