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Conan The Barbarian (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Its apparently medieval, sword and sandal adventures month in September for Lionsgate’s 4K Utra-HD slate. Previously we reviewed that Hercules movie and now here comes the other September 19th release, the Jason Momoa led 2011 Conan The Barbarian relaunch. A question was asked on the 4K Ultra-HD Facebook group, “Who was asking for these?” and […]

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Comic-Con 2017: Basking In The After Glow Of Hall H’s Justice League

I’d be lying if I said the Justice League Hall H presentation wasn’t my most anticipated panel of Comic-Con 2017, because it so is!  I didn’t even mind that much when Disney recently said Star Wars would be absent this year.  Whatever!  As long as Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller and Ray […]

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SDCC 2017: Justice League

Jason Momoa came crashing down from the back of Hall H down the aisles, high-fiving fans along the way. People went absolutely crazy for this. When he finally got on stage, moderator Chris Hardwick said, “makes sense that you’re Aquaman, because everyone is super wet right now.” It was a funny and exciting way to […]

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How DC Saved Aquaman

He talks to fish. He carries an underwater pitchfork. He looks like Biff the water polo star. The character of Arthur Curry has been the butt of numerous jokes and criticisms over the years. He’s been the proverbial punching bag of readers and critics alike. Yet somehow, despite all the knocks and jabs, Curry (a.k.a. […]

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SDCC 2016: The Hall H Experience – Justice League

This is my very first Comic Convention and I’ve spent most of my time walking around with my mouth agape in awe at the incredible variety and awesomeness that San Diego Comic Con International has to offer!  Its like a temporary entertainment epicenter for the whole world to flock to en mass.  I honestly can’t conceive […]

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Game of Thrones – Seasons 1 & 2 Steelbook Collectors Sets (Blu-ray Review)

The smash hit HBO series Game of Thrones has sat atop the Iron Throne of the home entertainment charts as the best-selling TV on Blu-ray/DVD title in each of the last four years.  We have had you covered with our in-depth reviews of the series here on Why So Blu.  The box sets are extremely popular among fans […]

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The Blu-ray Format Takes A Bullet To The Head

Are you ready to experience full-throttle revenge and digital blood spray like none other, then get ready for the legendary Sylvester Stallone’s Bullet to the Head when it debuts on the Blu-ray and Digital Download formats this July from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group.  Thinking back, I think this was the very last movie I […]

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Game of Thrones: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray Review)

Game of Thrones is the blockbuster new series from HBO that won two 2011 Emmy awards including Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Peter Dinklage). The drama follows kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars and noblemen as they vie for power in a land where summers span decades and winters can last a lifetime. […]

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Conan the Barbarian Destroys On Blu-ray November 22nd!

A home entertainment debut as fierce as the warrior himself, Lionsgate brings Conan the Barbarian to 3D/2D Blu-ray Disc, 2D Blu-ray Disc, DVD, Digital Download and On Demand this November.  In an epic battle led by an epic hero, Jason Momoa (HBO’s “Game of Thrones”) stars as Conan, the Cimmerian set on avenging his father’s […]

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‘Conan’: It’s Like Watching A LARP Match, But Gorier!

Conan the Barbarian gives the viewer everything that they would be expecting…if they did not have their expectations very high.  The movie has plenty of macho ridiculousness and is filled to the brim with violence and CG blood and gore.  It is not a good movie by any means, but I did laugh a lot.  […]

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‘Conan the Barbarian’ Reboot Swings a Dull Blade

While it’s not quite The Terminator, remaking any Schwarzenegger movie is always going to add a great bit of skepticism amongst fans of the original. Case in point, the 2011 version of Conan the Barbarian. In the 21st century trend of Hollywood remaking films, film execs apparently figured this would be another cult classic worthy […]

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