Tag Archive for 'Timothy Hutton'

The Haunting of Hill House: Season One (Blu-ray Review)

The Haunting of Hill House was another one of those Netflix shows where I heard from word of mouth that you should be binging this.  And binge that we did!  However, unlike say a Stranger Things for example, The Haunting of Hill House is a slow burn.  So instead of taking all the episodes in […]


Forgotten Friday Flick – “Turk 182!”

Since anarchy for a good cause seems to be a popular past picture theme for us, we’re keeping the bucking the system cinema going with another lesser known hidden gem – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  Today we’re taking on big government all in the name of a little guy who is in need of […]


Shocking Chiller #HORROR Makes Blu-ray Debut April 5th From Scream Factory

You’ve got followers… cyberbullying goes offline during one deadly night. #Horror follows a group of preteen girls living in a suburban world of money and privilege. But when their obsession with a disturbing online game goes too far, virtual terror becomes all too real. This stylishly dark film makes its Blu-ray and DVD debut April […]


Leverage Season 3 (DVD Review)

We’ve got more television antics to bring you here on Why So Blu.  On deck we have Leverage The 3rd Season on DVD.  This is the complete 3rd season of the hit television show which airs weekly on TNT.  Again, as with Being Human I was thrown into the review mix without knowing what the […]


‘Leverage’ your way on DVD June 7th

The third season of the popular grifter show will be hitting dvd on June 7th.  Leverage is the story of a team of grifters who fight for the poor who have been wronged by the the “rich” establishments.  Leverage is the tale of modern day Robin Hoods, if you will.  Dean Devlin (Independence Day) is […]


Serious Moonlight (Blu-ray Review)

I’ve grown up watching Meg Ryan and it’s hard to believe she will be 50 this November.  So far, she has had a great acting career, but I don’t believe we’ve seen all the sides of Meg Ryan until now.  Serious Moonlight is simply Meg Ryan’s best performance.  In memory of his wife, Adrienne Shelly, […]