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Submitted by Arcee 971d ago | review

Pop Cults - Halo 4 Forward Unto Dawn Blu-ray Review

Richard Cardenas "This really doesn’t need any saying, and I apologize for getting this out there this late, but if you are a Halo fan, you have got to see Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn. This live-action web-series has been collected into one convenient Blu-ray for you to enjoy as a complete 90-minute movie. I actually really enjoy that they did this because waiting week after week while Machinima released each 15-minute episode was killing me. You have to understand, this is a damn good Halo series." (Blu-ray, DVD, Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn) A/A+

spicelicka  +   970d ago
This was actually amazing. They should do something about extending the series, or making a movie. But i think with a movie it would have to be crazy epic, with a free web series they don't have to tackle a tsunami of hype at least.

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