Tag Archive for 'Sid Haig'

Mission: Impossible: The Original TV Series (Blu-ray Review)

Whether its movies or the TV series, I consider myself a Mission: Impossible fan. Its one of the best contributions we had from the spy fantasy entertainment phenomenon that took the 1960s by storm. With the breath of life and determination of one Tom Cruise, the series has maintained a pop culture staple for 54 […]


Foxy Brown (Blu-ray Review)

Pam Grier teams up once again with Coffy director Jack Hill in this blaxploitation follow-up that was filmed in an astounding 17 days.  Foxy Brown co-stars Antonio Fargas (Conrack, Car Wash), Peter Brown (Teenage Tease, Merrill’s Marauder’s), Terry Carter (Brother On The Run), Sid Haig (Coffy, The Devil’s Rejects, Jackie Brown) and is directed by Jack Hill […]


Coffy (Blu-ray Review)

Pam Grier became a staple of early 1970s blaxploitation films by playing bold, assertive women, starting with Jack Hill’s Coffy. Her character was advertised in the original trailer as the “baddest one-chick hit-squad that ever hit town!” Grier’s role was noted as being the first African-American female to headline an action film.  As many of you may […]


Holliston: The Complete Second Season (Blu-ray Review)

My love and affinity for anything Adam Green puts his hands on should come as no surprise to any of my loyal readers at Why So Blu over the years.  I have not only chatted with the man extensively every year I see him at Comic-Con, but he’s also become quite the household name in […]


‘Creature’ No Great Feature

There does need to be a little bit of a disclaimer to the title of this article. There are some redeeming qualities and I commend Director Fred Andrews for bringing a touch of uniqueness to this picture. However, there are more sour moments than redeeming ones in Creature.


ZOMBEX: The Revolutionary New Treatment Guaranteed to Permanently Ease Your Mind

As far as I am concerned, country western artist/rocker, Jesse Dayton, just can’t get enough of zombies.  After touring with the godfather of all zombies (IMO), Rob Zombie in 2010, word quickly spread among the Facebook community that Jesse Dayton, lead singer and guitarist of the rockabilly band Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures (see […]