Will they ever give six cherries? Will they agree in harmony? Let's find out forevermore with the Picksherry Family!
Beatricia: “Alien 3” is only as annoying as the average movie. What is there so wrong about Ripley FINALLY getting to have sex after decades of space celibacy? She does it with Tywin Lannister!
Hank: “Monsters, Inc” asks the important question - why is it that we react to the unknown with fear, and a desire to murder it? Are there other alternatives?
Trent: The extra S in James Cameron’s “Aliens” is for SPEED. This ain’t about tip-toeing toward the scary monster, this is about going on the warpath and killing everything with fire.
Hank: “Used Zombies,” a horror / comedy / philosophical treatise by the hyper-prolific Phony McFakename. I love me a laugh in these times of constant frowning, and “Used Zombies” made me guffaw with every clever twist.
Fleet Foxes' true achievement is that they take their obvious influences and quietly add a less obvious one (Prog-Rock) to create a form of hypnotic Prog-Folk.
Trent: Of course you’ve seen Ridley Scott’s 1979 “Alien.” Probably many times. Why? Because it hugs faces, bursts chests, morphs xenos, and kicks ass! That’s why.
Trent: Freddy vs. Jason, King Kong vs. The Planet of the Apes, and of course, xenomorphs and predadorks: “AVP: Alien vs. Predator” and its sequel, “REQUIEM!”
Trent: Captain America. Batman. Wonder Woman. Raphael the frikking Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. What more do you need? Be a hero. Punch Nazis in the face.