Tag Archive for 'Macon Blair'

Logan Lucky (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

For the longest time, director Steven Soderbergh has claimed to us that he’s retiring and walking away from filmmaking, only to come back and give us just one more. Or that after this one he’s got this, this and this and then he’ll be done. Well, as someone who’s very much enjoyed the catalog he’s […]


Gold (Blu-ray Review)

Gold was a film that went through a bit of a lengthy journey to finally getting its way to production. Pitched as a more modern Treasure of the Sierra Madre, the film once had director Michael Mann attached to film it.  Mann eventually left it to film Blackhat.  Finally the film was made and released […]


Green Room (Blu-ray Review)

Spike your hair, throw on your combat boots, and get ready to dive into the mosh pit when the brilliantly crafted thriller Green Room hits Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) July 12 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.  Written and directed by Jeremy Saulnier (who achieved critical success with Blue Ruin), Green Room is […]


Brandon’s Top 14 Films Of The Year That Was 2014

All right, its my turn.  Up front, there’s a few movies I didn’t get to.  I haven’t been able to get out and see Whiplash yet.  Selma and Inherent Vice don’t open here in my fair city until the year reads 2015.  In 2014, my little bundle of wonderful daughter was born, so like 2012 […]


INTERVIEW: Director Jeremy Saulnier & Star Macon Blair Of BLUE RUIN

Last week I was privileged enough to have a phone interview with both the star and director of one of my favorite films this year, BLUE RUIN.  Please note that I don’t much fancy schmancy recording equipment to do all this proper, but I couldn’t pass up this opportunity.  Its audible and clear, that’s all […]


Blue Ruin (Blu-ray Review)

As it goes to start off, I was sort of in the dark regarding Blue Ruin back in 2013.  It wasn’t until I started seeing actor AJ Bowen Tweeting such high praises for the film and its lead performer Macon Blair, that I became aware and intrigued.  Upon looking the film up, I noticed it […]