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THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT Unrated On Blu-ray June 12th! “Why Not?”

Inspired by the 2008 cult classic The Strangers, The Strangers: Prey at Night is based on real events surrounding a family struggling to survive as they are attacked on their vacation by a trio of masked psychopaths that hunt their prey with seemingly no rhyme or reason. Director Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down) pays homage to The Strangers by bringing back […]


‘The Strangers’ S10: 10 Years Later (Movie Review)

I often credit 2008’s The Strangers as one of the last times a horror film unsettled me. Others have scared me since, but that one was something different. Now, ten years later, we have a sequel, The Stranger: Prey at Night. It’s nowhere near as terrifying and often feels like a different move that happens […]


Holliston: The Complete Second Season (Blu-ray Review)

My love and affinity for anything Adam Green puts his hands on should come as no surprise to any of my loyal readers at Why So Blu over the years.  I have not only chatted with the man extensively every year I see him at Comic-Con, but he’s also become quite the household name in […]


Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (Blu-ray Review)

It’s been about three years or so since Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark began principle photography. All was fun and games until Miramax was bought out by Disney and several films in the Miramax slate were shelved. Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark was one of these films. At long last the film saw […]


You Can Keep Your Eyes Open, ‘The Dark’ Isn’t Very Scary

The haunted house horror subgenre has seen resurgence lately; with films like Paranormal Activity and Insidious providing fresh and clever takes on material that has been done quite a bit in the past.  Hell, even last week’s Fright Night, a vampire film, managed to provide a house of horrors for its characters.  Don’t be Afraid […]


‘Brothers’ Slow But Powerful

With an all-star cast of Tobey Maguire, Natalie Portman and Jake Gyllenhaal, how can you go wrong?  Well, let’s stop right there because Everybody’s Fine sported the likes of Robert De Niro, Kate Beckinsale and Drew Barrymore and that movie was a sloth-like downer.  Fortunately, the same does not hold true for Brothers which made […]