After several months of promising that I would continue my Where Are They Now series with an article on the popular television series Everwood. Here it is…
Like my last article of the ‘Where Are They Now’ series, I am hoping that this will be just as popular with my readers as the 7th Heaven one. Much like that article I would like to know why you’ve come to read this, so help me out and answer a very quick poll and then I will get right into it.
Although, technically the movie Stand By Me was released in 1986, it wasn’t until March 1987 that it was released here in the UK. So despite being a year too late to celebrate its actual 25th Anniversary, I still wanted to celebrate it by doing a blog post of twenty-five years since its release here.
I was only 9 years old when this movie was released but still remember the first time I saw it. It was and still is one of my all time favorite movies to watch, it is one of those movies that has become timeless over the years, and is one of those movies that I grew up with, and still enjoy watching it even today. I have been a Stephen King fan for a number of years and have read the short-story ‘The Body’, that this movie was based upon.
If you haven’t seen this movie (where have you been the last 25 Years?) – The movie has now been released on a Special Edition Blu-Ray that can be purchased for £7.49 from Amazon.co.uk
The disc includes the following features:
Blu-ray Exclusive: A video reunion with Director Rob Reiner and Actors Wil Wheaton & Corey Feldman for the first time in 25 years
An audio commentary with Reiner
Stand By Me music video featuring River Phoenix and Wil Wheaton.
7th Heaven written by Brenda Hampton, was the longest-running family drama in television history, beating both Little House on the Prairie and The Waltons. It was also the show that had the longest-running producer, Aaron Spelling.