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Divergent And The Prisoner Of Dauntless (Movie Review)

Divergent is the first sci-fi/action/coming-of-age film adapted from a young adult novel to be released this year.  For those keeping track, we still have The Giver, The Maze Runner, and The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay – Part 1 to look forward to in 2014.  I say this because these types of films have formed their […]

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Comic-Con 2013: Summit Presents Divergent And Ender’s Game

Given all of the Star Wars news that didn’t happen at Comic Con this year, I may as well put out an article that has to deal with another movie about Harrison Ford and a war in the stars, so here it is.  Summit Entertainment had a presentation that occurred in a packed Hall H […]

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Priest (Blu-ray Review)

You wanted some non-sparkling vampires, well now you got them!  Priest is the latest graphic novel-to-film-adaptation to hit the big screen with a pretty strong and familiar cast.  The original graphic novel is Korean and was created by Hyung Ming-woo.  The cast of Priest is comprised of Paul Bettany, Karl Urban, Cam Gigandet, Maggie Q., […]

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‘Priest’ Sinks its Fangs on Blu-ray, August 16th

An exiled warrior must save humanity from a race of murderous vampires in the thrilling new unrated edition of the action horror film PRIEST, available on Blu-ray 3D™, Blu-ray Disc™, with the theatrical version available on DVD this August 16th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. This visually stunning action epic stars Paul Bettany (Legion, The […]

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‘Priest’ Has Committed Many Sins

I want to know what happened behind the scenes during the production of this movie.  It would have to be more interesting than anything that happened in this film.  The film is based off of a very popular Korean comic series, so I would like to think that someone brought in a presentation to Charles […]

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Comic-Con 2010 Begins with Nikita

Let the Con begin!  Staff members from Why So Blu have descended upon the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con.  For the inundated, Comic-Con is not simply a fanboy event to get all oogly-googly over Spider-Man and Wonder Woman.  Ohhh no, my friends. It is so much more than that.  It has become one of the largest […]

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