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

Dreamscape is now seeing its first double dip on Blu-ray after a rather lackluster and a bit reviled release the first time around.  This time, though, we’re all lucky that the folks over at Scream Factory are the ones handling it.  They seem to have heard all of the complaints from the other version and […]

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BLACK CHRISTMAS & DREAMSCAPE Collector’s Editions From Scream Factory Detailed!

This December, Scream Factory™ proudly presents two genre favorites as part of a month full of holiday horror and sci-fi season’s greetings. Black Christmas and Dreamscape come to Blu-ray in Scream Factory Collector’s Editions on December 13, 2016, both complete with new 2K scans of the films and hours of new bonus content. . . […]

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Blu-ray Review)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens shattered box office records upon its debut to become the cinematic event of a generation with over $926 million domestic and $2.05 billion worldwide. As announced this morning by Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Robert A. Iger at The Walt Disney Company’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders, the epic movie will […]

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“Chewie, We’re Home” New STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS Trailer Debuts At Celebration 2015!

Well, we’ve been waiting what seems like forever for this moment since it was made “official” not too long ago.  This is our second and a meatier look at STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS, the seventh film in the official Star Wars saga.  It was unveiled today at Celebration, the big time Star Wars convention. […]

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The Exorcist – 40th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray Review)

I’ve been spoiled here lately at Why So Blu?  I’ve gotten to cover and write about all the Friday the 13th movies, Norman Bates, Halloween, Romero Zombies and John Carpenter films.  Now, oh…nothing real big, just THE FREAKIN’ EXORCIST!  Warner Bros is putting out another edition of one of horror’s greatest achievements and a masterpiece […]

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Hannah And Her Sisters (Blu-ray Review)

Following Annie Hall, auteur Woody Allen began a hot streak through the 80s and somewhat carrying into the 90s.  Most of his best and most brilliant work comes from this period.  In 1986 he was awarded his 2nd Oscar for original screenplay for Hannah And Her Sisters.  The film also scored the first ever sweep […]

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‘The Kremlin Letter’ is released in the UK on DVD on July 25th, 2011

In this star-studded, black-hearted spy thriller directed and co-written by the legendary John Huston (The Maltese Falcon, The African Queen), a potentially catastrophic diplomatic letter from the CIA must be recovered at all costs.  Drafted in is Rone (Patrick O’Neal), a young agent with a photographic memory, to make his way through a treacherous maze of shadowy […]

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Judge Dredd (Blu-ray Review German Import)

It’s been over fifteen years since Judge Dredd graced the big screen and brought Sylvester Stallone’s career to a screeching halt.  Up to that point, Judge Dredd was Stallone’s biggest film in terms of scope and budget and it bombed hard in the U.S.  Was it really that bad?  It all depends on who you […]

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Solomon Kane (Blu-ray Review UK Import)

In what we hope will be our first of many blu-ray import reviews, Why So Blu is proud to present Solomon Kane.  Solomon Kane was completely financed out of the U.S. by European interests to the tune of 40 million dollars.  Not a bad chunk of change for a fantasy flick which received minimal play […]

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Robin’s In Da Hood – ‘Robin Hood’ (Movie Review)

After many, MANY various adaptations of the same story, Ridley Scott (Gladiator, Alien) has directed a re-visioning of the classic tale of Robin Hood, with an all star cast including Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, William Hurt, Mark Strong, Danny Huston and Max von Sydow.  Many people say it looks just like another Gladiator, but my review […]

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