Aliens have landed in Milwaukee - and they do not come in peace. No, they come singing, dancing and zipping around in flying saucers in James Valcq's sci-fi musical spoof "Zombies From the Beyond," returning to town this weekend.
Todd Pieper is an artist and student achieving creative and academic success despite some challenges along the way.
Adult Swim describes Wisconsin native Dan Harmon's "Rick and Morty" show as a, "new half-hour animated series about a sociopathic scientist who drags his unintelligent grandson on insanely dangerous adventures across the universe."
When done well, the science fiction genre not only entertains but immerses the viewer into an imaginative world of fascinating ideas, exciting action and memorable characters. Sci-fi gets the mind going just as much as the pulse ... when it's done right. And these five films definitely do it right.
Kay Koplovitz, founder of USA Network and a leading female entrepreneur in the country, grew up in the 1950s and '60s in South Milwaukee and attended high school there. Koplovitz sat down with OMC before delivering a keynote luncheon address in Milwaukee recently.
If it's meant to be trash, does that make it any less trashy? That's the question you might ask yourself at the end of "The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra" ... unless you're laughing too hard to ask yourself anything.
The second movie, "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," continues the story of the young wizard. This high-budget film will ferry fans and their families through the holiday season, and to the movie's credit, they will not be disappointed.