Tag Archive for 'Alice Englert'

In Fear (Blu-ray Review)

You may have heard about In Fear just a tad if you’ve been a loyal Why So Blu? reader.  It’s a unique take on the home invasion subgenre of horror, that was a pretty big hit over at Sundance.  Anchor Bay has been pretty excited to be the home distributor for the film and has […]


1st Clip From Critically Acclaimed Psychological Horror IN FEAR!

More clips today, folks.  This time its from the upcoming film IN FEAR from Anchor Bay.  It’s been getting a lot of buzz leading up to its small theatrical run and Blu-ray debut coming in March (the 7th and 11th to be precise).  It stars Alice Englert who I enjoyed a lot in Beautiful Creatures […]


Sundance Horror Sensation IN FEAR Scares On Blu-ray This March!

When you bill something as a Sundance Horror Sensation or one of the best horror movies of the year, people tend to take notice.  At least I do!  So that’s why when my favorite PR person over at Anchor Bay sent me this email today I know I had to not only get news of […]


Beautiful Creatures (Blu-ray Review)

A supernatural love story set in the South, Beautiful Creatures tells the tale of two star-crossed lovers: Ethan (Alden Ehrenreich), a young man longing to escape his small town, and Lena (Alice Englert), a mysterious new girl.  Together, they uncover dark secrets about their respective families, their history and their town.  Oscar nominee Richard LaGravenese […]


Beautiful Creatures Movie Review – Just Seen It

Watch us on National Public Television – check your local listing for showtimes! Kevin, Rachel and Aaron review this bewitching romantic drama. Starring Kevin Taft, Rachel Appelbaum, and Aaron Fink. Directed by Amy Taylor. WATCH US ON PBS SOCAL Saturdays at 6PM or pbssocal.org/justseenit


Beautiful Creatures Is Campy, Melodramatic, And Fun (Movie Review)

If Twilight has paved the way for movies like Warm Bodies and Beautiful Creatures to be made, then I am all for it at this point.  I am not actively seeking out paranormal teen romance movies, but the fallout from one self-serious franchise has led to a couple, more accessible and enjoyable features that I […]