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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is proud to debut six of the most acclaimed and beloved films from its library on 4K Ultra HD disc for the first time ever, exclusively within the COLUMBIA CLASSICS 4K ULTRA HD COLLECTION, available June 16. This must-own set includes iconic favorites that span the studio’s history: MR. SMITH GOES TO […]


The Fly Collection (Blu-ray Review)

There have been sets made of The Fly films in the past. However, those were limited to just the eras. The old The Fly films stuck together and the two from the 1980s teamed up for double feature discs. But, never has the whole encompassing world of The Fly been available in one big collection…UNTIL […]


Massive THE FLY COLLECTION 5-Film Blu-ray Set from Scream Factory December 10!

Get ready for hours of skin-crawling terror as you witness a transformation like no other – from man to fly. On December 10, 2019, Scream Factory proudly presents the insect-morphing horror set The Fly Collection in a definitive Blu-ray™ release. This massive 5-disc set consists of the chilling original trilogy, the eye-popping 80s remake and its terrifying […]


Forgotten Friday Flick – “The Fly” (1986)

With their horror centric podcast this week, my WhySoBlu partners in crime decided to go down the haunted hallway of all things monster mash so I’m frighteningly following suit – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick.  While my creature feature selection this week is in fact a retelling of a classic 1958 creepy campfire tale (“help […]


‘In A World’ Where Voice-Over Artists Get Their Own Film… (Movie Review)

It is almost strange to get that feeling where everything about a film you are watching clicks together.  Regardless of how open I try to be when seeing a movie, sometimes you just don’t expect certain films to hit you in a certain way.  I like actress Lake Bell, who also served as writer, director, […]


Thelma & Louise 20th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Thelma and Louise celebrates its 20th Anniversary with this release and it still resonates with a lot of people to this day. The movie became something of an anthem for female empowerment and triggered many discussions and disagreements once released. The concept of two women becoming fugitives due to poor judgement and circumstances was radical at […]