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Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (Blu-ray Review)

Great comedy sequels or even good comedy sequels are rare to come by. So many risks are taken when it comes to both recapturing a certain magic and taking a premise to a new level. 2014’s Neighbors is not exactly a film that lends itself to a sequel, but it was a hit and the […]

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Seth Rogen & Zac Efron Are Back in Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Available On Blu-ray This September

Just when you thought it couldn’t get more outrageous, Seth Rogen (This Is The End, Pineapple Express) and Zac Efron (The Lucky One, That Awkward Moment) return in the hilarious, no boundaries comedy, NEIGHBORS 2: SORORITY RISING, coming to Digital HD September 6, 2016 and Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand on September 20, […]

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Neighbors 2 Plays It Safe and Succeeds (Movie Review)

I have a weird kind of attachment to the first Neighbors outing.  It’s not because I liked it a lot, but it’s because it’s the last time my parents came down to visit me in Austin, TX.  You see, besides some friends, my parents are the only ones who have ever came down to visit […]

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‘Neighbors 2’ Joins The Ranks Of Great Comedy Sequels (Movie Review)

Great comedy sequels or even good comedy sequels are rare to come by. So many risks are taken when it comes to both recapturing a certain magic and taking a premise to a new level. 2014’s Neighbors is not exactly a film that lends itself to a sequel, but it was a hit and the […]

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Laggies (Blu-ray Review)

Laggies is a mix of typical rom-com material with typical coming-of-age story material fit inside of the shell of an indie comedy.  However, this ‘indie’ effort from director Lynn Shelton has far more mainstream appeal than her previous features, Humpday and Your Sister’s Sister, given the presence of big Hollywood actors Keira Knightley, Chloe Grace […]

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The Equalizer (Blu-ray Review)

Truth be told I wanted nothing to do with The Equalizer when it came out theatrically.  I even went as far as to not make any plans to attend the press screening of it when it dropped in my area.  What kind of reviewer does that?  I can tell you.  It’s a bad one.  I guess […]

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Keira Knightley Stars In Feel-good Comedy Laggies Arriving on Blu-ray This February Lionsgate Home Entertainment

Sure, Keira Knightley is the star and I am a fan of hers, but honestly, I’m all about most movies that star Sam Rockwell.  Anyway:  Keira Knightley (The Imitation Game, Pirates of the Caribbean franchise) headlines the cross-generational comedy, Laggies, arriving on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) February 10th from Lionsgate Home […]

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The Equalizer Brings Balance To The Blu-ray Format This December

Here’s another title that slipped past me theatrically this year at the movies, but I have heard enough good word of mouth about The Equalizer, starring Academy Award Winner Denzel Washington, that I want to take the next step on the Blu-ray format and give it a chance.  Looks like I’ll get my cake and eat it […]

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Scratch and Claw Your Way to Gregg’s Top 3 Horror Films

Ah it’s good to be back.  After nearly a year hiatus from Why So Blu, Brian White recently approached me to contribute an article, along with the other WSB staffers, on our top 3 favorite horror films of all time.  My split-second initial reaction was one of apprehension.  Horror has never been a genre at […]

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‘The Equalizer’ Takes Too Long To Find Balance (Movie Review)

What do you see when you look at these older actors taking care of business?  A week after writing about Liam Neeson’s latest foray into the realm of B-movie thrillers, I now get to write about Denzel Washington’s latest action/thriller.  All I can say is The Equalizer certainly takes its time.  By the end of […]

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Carrie (Blu-ray Review)

While I’m a huge Stephen King fan, Carrie is oddly one of his novels that I’ve never read for some strange reason as I think about it now.  Well, that’s definitely going to get added to the bucket list.  I can’t die with that on my conscious.  But anyway, that kind of preludes as to […]

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You Will Know Carrie’s Name on Blu-ray Next Month

I make it no secret in life that one of my favorite young actresses in Hollywood is Chloe Grace Moretz so it should also come with no surprise that I’m looking forward to her performance in the remake of Carrie, especially since I missed it in theaters earlier this fall.  I have heard a bunch […]

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‘Carrie’ Is Back, With A Vengeance (Movie Review)

The big question, when it comes to remaking classic horror films, is, “why?”  What is the purpose of taking a popular film and giving it another try?  Money is one of the easy answers, but what else?  Carrie seems like a film that does not exactly lend itself to being remade; as the story’s basic […]

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Lethal Ladies of Horror Triple Feature in LA on October 17th

I should start by noting this is a location-specific event, as this awesome-looking horror event will be taking place at the Historic Regency Village Theater, in Los Angeles.  With that out of the way, this upcoming event is a themed horror marathon, the “Lethal Ladies of Horror”, featuring the films Night of the Comet, Christine, […]

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Kick-Ass 2 Brings Out The Superhero In All Of Us (Movie Review)

The day is finally upon us.  A day that feels like it took forever to come.  Honestly, I was unsure if this day would ever happen, but the sequel to 2010’s Kick-Ass is finally here!!!  And it’s aptly named…Kick-Ass 2.  Well, let’s be honest.  They could have been a little more creative with that title, […]

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‘Kick-Ass 2’ Not Quite As Hard Hitting (Movie Review)

Maybe one of the more unlikely comic properties to get a sequel, Kick-Ass was produced almost completely as an independent film, only to have its distribution rights bought and successfully turned into a big screen event.  Unfortunately, while the Comic Con and geek crowd showed up for Kick-Ass, the film did not turn into the […]

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Comic-Con 2013: Universal Releases New Red-Band Trailers For Riddick And Kick Ass 2

Hey there!  You will have to bare with me, as there are plenty of exciting things going on at this year’s San Diego Comic Con and I only have so much time to cover certain aspects of it.  This post is simple:  I have two new R-rated trailers for upcoming films Riddick and Kick Ass […]

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Dark Shadows (Blu-ray Review)

Director Tim Burton brought the cult classic series “Dark Shadows” to the big screen in a film featuring an all-star cast, led by Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer and Helena Bonham Carter and now it’s out on Blu-ray.  In the year 1750, Joshua and Naomi Collins, with young son Barnabas, set sail from England to start […]

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