Shipwrecked, separated, and still sort of... dumb.
The Red and Blue soldiers of Project Freelancer are continuing their misadventures on Chorus in the twelfth season of the longest running sci-fi/comedy series in history: Red vs. Blue. With their leaders captured, Tucker, Grif, Simmons, and Caboose now find themselves caught in the middle of a planet-wide civil war, and if they want to save their friends, they'll have to lead a hopeless army of rebels to victory. Between alien artifacts, subpar subordinates, and mysterious mercenaries, the heroes of Blood Gulch have got their work cut out for them, and they really hate work.
Bonus Features: Audio Commentary, Blooper Reel, Deleted Scenes, Season 12 Teaser Trailer,4 PSAs, and Character Journal Entries.
Matt Kamen looks at Halo’s troubled path from game to film
27th May sees the release of Halo: Forward Unto Dawn, courtesy of our friends at Anchor Bay. While the video games that inspired it have proven hugely popular – and, along with Mass Effect, become arguably the finest examples of long-form science fiction storytelling of the last decade – Microsoft’s Halo franchise has struggled to make it to the big screen.
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