REVIEWSBlu-rayRed vs. Blue: The Shisno Paradox (2018)

Red vs. Blue is a show that never impressed me. But, I guess that’s because I was never a Halo fanboy. That being said, I can still appreciate genius moves to repurpose material for comedy gold. It’s nerd comedy, but it does that well. So, what is keeping me from really connecting with the material? The Shisno Paradox uses animation from Halo 5 to bring us into the 17th (I think) Red vs. Blue special....
December 30, 201891/1002 min
Originally Aired
April 15th - July 22nd 2018
On Blu-ray
Jan 1st, 2019
Length
2 hrs and 46 mins
Studio
Cinedigm
MPAA Rating
Not Rated
Overall Score
Rating Overview
Video
90%
Audio
93%
Special Features
93%
Content
89%
Rating Summary

Red vs. Blue is a show that never impressed me. But, I guess that’s because I was never a Halo fanboy. That being said, I can still appreciate genius moves to repurpose material for comedy gold. It’s nerd comedy, but it does that well. So, what is keeping me from really connecting with the material?

The Shisno Paradox uses animation from Halo 5 to bring us into the 17th (I think) Red vs. Blue special. I guess that if you hung in from Day 1, there might be some history that makes it stand out. What I get to experience is a straight forward Sci-Fi comedy about a pizza trip having gone bad. While watching the resulting comedy, I kept feeling I should play it. I guess this is why Machinima never connected for me.

Oh well, I guess I’ll stick to watching it on El Rey. I haven’t seen it in awhile, but this outing makes me want to check it out again.

Red vs. Blue: The Shisno Paradox is available New Year’s Day!

Shisno Paradox

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