Tag Archive for 'Iain Glen'

Game of Thrones: Season 8 (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Once again it’s no secret.  The smash hit HBO series Game of Thrones has sat atop the Iron Throne of the home entertainment charts as the best-selling TV on Blu-ray/DVD title in each of the last seven seasons.  All that time we have had you covered with our in-depth reviews of the series here on Why So […]


Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

This March, we are getting another crack taken at the Tomb Raider game franchise being adapted to the big screen with Alicia Vikander as the new Lara Croft. Let us not forget the early 2000s when much excitement came and the perfect bit of dream casting in that of Angela Jolie in the title role. […]


Game of Thrones: The Complete Seventh Season (Blu-ray Review)

In addition to our exclusive 2017 Game of Thrones Hall H Comic-Con coverage here it’s that time of the year once again here at Why So Blu.  HBO’s record-breaking phenomenon, Game of Thrones, is back with a seventh season that proved to be worth the extra wait this year.  In fact, despite the brevity of […]


Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

I honestly never saw this happening when I walked out of this one theatrically.  My first viewing of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter left me with a giddy smile on my face rather than one of disgust and regret.  After covering Resident Evil: Afterlife here on 4K Ultra HD and rewatching Retribution in preparation for this one I wasn’t sure about my decision […]


Resident Evil Saves The Best For Last With ‘The Final Chapter’ (Movie Review)

I honestly never saw this happening.  Today I walked out of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter with a giddy smile on my face rather than one of disgust and regret.  After covering Resident Evil: Afterlife a few weeks back here on 4K Ultra HD and rewatching Retribution I wasn’t sure about my decision to check out […]


‘Eye In The Sky’ Targets Tricky Subject Matter (Movie Review)

In an age where drone warfare has become a go-to topic for many action blockbusters dabbling in societal commentary, Eye in the Sky pauses everything to go over what it means to carry out one drone mission. With a fine cast in place, director Gavin Hood manages to build plenty of tension over the course […]