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Gerard’s Top 10 Blu-rays of 2011

Once again, the wrecking crew here at Why So Blu have come together to bring you our top 10 favorite Blu-rays of the year. Please keep in mind that we’re in the second week of December, so we will not be including Blu-rays that are scheduled to come out in the next two weeks. We would also like to remind folks that this is our personal list of favorites, so please don’t take offense if you don’t see something you like. My top 10 Blu-ray list of films range in topics that consist of horror, pain, suffering, and the human condition. Life isn’t always lollipops and rainbows, but the redeeming quality of the subject matter is that all of the films that I have picked have an entertainment factor to them. That’s the criteria that I’ve used in picking my favorite Blu-rays of the year, and some are also imports, so if you have a region free player then you can snag some of these Blu-rays and enjoy them immediately. Have fun and stay tuned for my top 10 films of 2011 coming next week!   Continue reading ‘Gerard’s Top 10 Blu-rays of 2011′

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Lit: HOB Anaheim 10 Year Anniversary Series (Review)

You know you’re getting old when you can remember where you were ten years ago.  Me, I was at the grand opening of the House of Blues in Anaheim in Downtown Disney.  Why was I there?  Lit was there.  Lit were opening up the venue with two sold out shows Friday and Saturday night.  If memory serves me correctly.  I was there and so was my entourage.  It was a great double header and kicked off what would be one of the more popular and intimate venues for live music in Orange County.  Fast forward this to the 10th Anniversary, and here we are.   Continue reading ‘Lit: HOB Anaheim 10 Year Anniversary Series (Review)’

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Viva Machete!

“They f****d with the wrong Mexican!” You ain’t never lied!  Chopped straight from the pages of Robert Rodriguez’s Planet Terror comes the tale of the man, the myth, the MACHETE! Featuring an all-star cast that include: Danny Trejo, Robert DeNiro, Jessica Alba, Jeff Fahey, Michelle Rodriguez, Don Johnson, Lindsay Lohan, Steven Seagal, and Cheech Marin, the film continues the tradition (at least in 2010) of eclectic casting (The Expendables and RED come to mind).  I was honored to have had a chance to screen the film before audiences and nearly had a stroke in doing so.  Machete kicked my butt! Continue reading ‘Viva Machete!’

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Evil Dead (Blu-ray Review)

Thirty one years after principal photography first rolled on The Evil Dead and about twenty eight or twenty nine years since it first hit theaters and home video, The Evil Dead have seen the light of day on Blu-ray!  Anchor Bay has finally released one of the most pivotal films in the horror genre ever made on the high definition format.  How did the results stack up to scrutiny?  Read and find out! Continue reading ‘Evil Dead (Blu-ray Review)’

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Albums That Changed Us – Gerard’s Picks

four_devil_hornsEvery once in a great while we’ll get one of those projects that we just can’t wait to devour.  This be that kind of project.  Three albums that changed us?  It was kind of hard at first, but I feel that I was able to come through with my picks loud and clear.  Funny enough, all three of my choices were discovered on or around the same time.  Same decade, for sure. Continue reading ‘Albums That Changed Us – Gerard’s Picks’

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