Monday, July 21, 2014

Review: CLUE DVD from Shout Factory


With a heat index of 100+ degrees today (dew point levels were crazy!, plus it was hot - totally tropical in MN) we ended up spending much of the day indoors and so I suggested to the kids that we watch the DVD CLUE, which we just received from Shout Factory to review. I knew my daughter was really going to be in to it and I was right. Now, she wants to know if there are more episodes of CLUE. I told her that we actually own the original game (hasn't been dusted off since we had kids) and we had to get that out as well and my husband told her about the original CLUE movie and she wants to see that too. It is so neat to see how a recent re-make of a movie is spurring interest in my daughter for things that we have memories of from our childhood and can now share them with our children as adults.


About Clue: A Movie Mystery Adventure from Shout Factory

It features the beloved characters inspired by the world’s most famous crime-solving board game, Clue. Follow six very different young sleuths as they embark on a mysterious adventure beyond their imaginations. As they work as a team to discover hidden treasures, decipher cryptic knowledge, and uncover a secret society, they learn they have more in common than they thought.

CLUE: A Murder Mystery Advenyure was released on July 15th.

Buy it from Shout Factory or Amazon.

I received a copy of the above DVD for the purpose of review on this blog. No monetary compensation was received. All thoughts and opinions and photographs are my own.

5 comments:

Cali Julz said...

OMG! My All Time FAVE game and movie! I have it saved and locked on my DVR!! Great post!!

tara pittman said...

I remember playing Clue but did not know there was a movie. Very cool!

Jamie Tomkins said...

How cool - I never knew that there was a movie. How cool. We can have some mustard and plums and watch it. Just kidding!

Melissa said...

I didn't know the remade the movie! Mt oldest daughter would absolutely love this too!

Kimberley said...

I had forgotten all about Clue! Thanks for sharing!