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Kalifornia – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Shout! Factory is bringing the cult classic Kalifornia to Blu-ray again, via their Shout Select label. Its finding itself as one of the coveted Collector’s Edition titles to boot. Sporting new artwork (Which admittedly is pretty damn good to my eyes), this release doesn’t boast much in the way of new interviews (Just one with […]

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Shout! Factory’s Collector’s Edition Of KALIFORNIA Arrives On Blu-ray March 5th!

Excitement, adventure and unimaginable terror await on the road to KALIFORNIA, a film directed by Dominic Sena (Swordfish, Gone in Sixty Seconds). “Brad Pitt is outstanding” (Rolling Stone) and “Juliette Lewis is utterly, heartbreakingly convincing” (Boxoffice) in this chilling psychological thriller co-starring David Duchovny and Michelle Forbes. On March 5, 2019, Shout! Select is proud to present […]

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Nerve (Blu-ray Review)

Nerve was a film I kinda wrote off last summer.  The trailer played with a quite a few films I went to see, but it looked like one that gave away everything and it seemed to skew younger than I’d be interested in.  Not that an aspect like that would keep me from seeing something, […]

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Rock Out With ‘Jem and the Holograms’ Trailer!

Jem!  I remember the Jem cartoon from my youth.  Are you old enough to remember that?  However, say it ain’t so?  Jon M. Chu is directing this?  That’s right ladies and gentlemen.  Directed by Jon M. Chu (Step Up series, G.I. Joe: Retaliation), Jem and the Holograms, the October 23rd musical adventure stars Aubrey Peeples, Stefanie Scott, Aurora […]

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The Wonder Years – The Complete Series (DVD Review)

Since the advent of television on DVD, one series has had a vocal push to get it out and available for purchase.  The Wonder Years, the 1960s/early 70s coming of age television show was beloved and still cherished to this day.  Many years went by and there were never any plans for it.  Then it […]

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Dysfunctional Family Fun, Minus The Fun In ‘August: Osage County’ (Movie Review)

This matters very little in terms of my thoughts on the film, but I do not much care for the way this film is being marketed.  August: Osage County is a lot of things.  It is a well-acted drama, with some comedic moments.  It is based on an award-winning play by Tracy Letts.  It involves […]

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The Switch (Blu-ray Review)

I’d like to believe in the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus and the Lochness Monster.  What I have trouble believing, is that Jennifer Aniston can’t find a man in New York City who wants to have a baby with her.  That is the premise for The Switch, and it requires you to stretch your imagination and suspend […]

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Due Date (Blu-ray Review)

I suppose it can be construed that Director Todd Phillips took on this project to give himself some much needed distance from his previous surprise hit (The Hangover) before tackling his next project, The Hangover 2 (currently in production).  I could completely understand if this was true and in all honesty, I would not blame […]

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Conviction DVD Giveaway Contest!

Our friends over at Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment have done it again.  This time they are giving 3 lucky WhySoBlu readers the chance to win a DVD of Conviction, which comes out next week.  Conviction stars Hilary Swank, Sam Rockwell, Minnie Driver, Melissa Leo, Peter Gallagher and Juliette Lewis.  Check out the short press […]

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You Can Pass Due Date & Make It Up Later

So I guess I was expecting better here. I did not necessarily expect to see a comedy classic in the making, but I did think that the talent involved in this film would have provided me with a consistently entertaining movie. Instead, what I observed was a film that was only occasionally very funny. I […]

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Don’t Miss The ‘Due Date’

I suppose it can be construed that Director Todd Phillips took on this project to give himself some much needed distance from his previous surprise hit (The Hangover) before tackling his next project, The Hangover 2 (currently in production).  I could completely understand if this was true and in all honesty, I would not blame […]

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