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

Robevrt Zemeckis and Bob Gale are most known for their collaborative effort on the Back To The Future trilogy (Also Used Cars). Before that, they had a script lying around called The Looters. That film wound up getting picked up many years later by Walter Hill when he was looking for a thriller to pick […]

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Don’t TRESPASS At The CARWASH WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM For Shout! Select’s NEXT MOVIE(s)!

This June, Shout! Factory is proud to present four additions to Shout Select, a line of movie releases shining a spotlight on the essentials in film. Trespass, Car Wash, Cheech and Chong’s Next Movie and Where the Buffalo Roam all come to Blu-ray for the first time, complete with bonus features including new interviews with […]

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Interview: Legendary Director Walter Hill Talks The Assignment, Ry Cooder and A Career Of Memorable Movies

In terms of iconic directors with a rich filmography to die for, nobody is more notable than the legendary Walter Hill.  A seasoned filmmaker with a long list of bold flicks (his first flick right out of the gate was Hard Times with the equally cool Charles Bronson!), huge hits (48 Hrs. introduced an already talented […]

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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Eight New Indie Titles

Though my eyes are cinematically bloodshot film fans (in a good way of course!), I’m nevertheless determined to give the WhySoBlu.com readers their movie money’s worth.  So once again I’m taking on a gigantic eight new indie flicks this week alone that range from distressing docs to somber features to even a teen tale that […]

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Forgotten Friday Flick – “The Hot Spot”

With the weather hot as hell down here in sunny LA it brings to mind a sizzling screen gem that is ripe for resurrection – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  This week we’re take a sharp right turn into the mind of the late great Dennis Hopper as a director and what a mind trip […]

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Disturbing Behavior (Blu-ray Review)

In Cradle Bay it doesn’t matter if you’re not perfect. You will be. On March 22, 2016, Scream Factory presents Disturbing Behavior in its Blu-ray debut with new and existing extras, including deleted scenes and an audio commentary with director David Nutter.James Marsden (the X-Men films), Katie Holmes (Batman Begins) and Nick Stahl (Terminator 3: Rise […]

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Tales From The Crypt Presents: Demon Knight – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Just in time for Halloween festivities, fans of the widely popular TALES FROM THE CRYPT rejoice as the collector’s edition of TALES FROM THE CRYPT PRESENTS: DEMON KNIGHT hits home entertainment shelves everywhere on October 20, 2015 from SCREAM FACTORY™.  Infested with a talented cast, thrilling special effects and the crypt keeper’s deadpan delights, DEMON KNIGHT is directed […]

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Scream Factory Unveils Details on DEMON KNIGHT & BORDELLO OF BLOOD Collector’s Editions!

Just in time for Halloween festivities, fans of the widely popular TALES FROM THE CRYPT rejoice as the collector’s editions of TALES FROM THE CRYPT PRESENTS: DEMON KNIGHT and TALES FROM THE CRYPT PRESENTS: BORDELLO OF BLOODhits home entertainment shelves everywhere on October 20, 2015 from SCREAM FACTORY™.  Infested with a talented cast, thrilling special effects […]

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From Dusk Till Dawn – Season One (Blu-ray Review)

Robert Rodriguez’s episodic version of he and Quentin Tarantino’s classic From Dusk Till Dawn seems like it fulfills many trends going on in television at the moment.  Easily, it covers the fascination with vampires.  That’s a given.  And with that it also is another horror television show which is all the rage.  Thirdly, its taking […]

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The Blacklist – Season 1 (DVD Review)

One of last year’s biggest new dramas for network television and sort of a show to help NBC in attempting to make a big comeback, was The Blacklist.  Its big selling point was that of actor James Spader, who has managed to turn himself into a television superstar in the last decade plus.  Not only […]

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‘Machete Kills’: The Border Strikes Back (Movie Review)

I have a lot to say about Machete Kills, the latest Mexploitation film from director Robert Rodriguez.  A lot of it may be negative, as the film, overall, tries too hard, despite having plenty of ideas and a wonderful ensemble cast, consisting of anyone who apparently had a free weekend at some point to come […]

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The Latest ‘Iron Man’ Is Back With Black (Movie Review)

Following the fever dream of comic geekery meets worldwide appeal that was 2012’s The Avengers, Marvel Studios is now back to producing a standalone feature for the star that kicked it all off – Iron Man.  Taking a step away from his super friends, Iron Man 3 is refreshing in how it does not need […]

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