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Halloween

Halloween (2018) is a Welcome Return to Form [Blu-Ray Review]

Halloween (2018) picks up forty years after young Laurie Strode faced off against the homicidal Michael Myers. And, after years of incarceration, the masked man is on the loose and ready to settle the...

Monster Party

Monster Party is Brutal and Unflinching [DVD Review]

Monster Party sees a trio of thieves posing as waiters to infiltrate a dinner party with the intent of burgling the home in which it is being hosted. What they don’t realize is that the hosts of...

Evil Dead II 4K DVD and Blu-Ray Combo is Groovy

The Evil Dead series uses a classic horror setup. In the first two films, Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) and his friends go to a cabin in the woods for a weekend of partying and reading aloud from an a...

Prehysteria! Still Charms With a Fantastic Restoration [Blu-Ray Review]

I’m a longtime Full Moon fan, dating back to the third grade. Once I discovered Puppet Master, it all ballooned from there. When I started diving into the Charles Band filmography though, I was amazed...

Short Night of the Glass Dolls

Short Night of the Glass Dolls is a Unique Take on the Giallo

Short Night of the Glass Dolls follows Greg (Jean Sorel of A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin), an American journalist working in Prague. Greg’s primary problem is that he is dead (or appears to b...

Mandy

Mandy is Metal AF [Blu-Ray Review]

Red and Mandy live a peaceful and pleasant existence in their forest dwelling. But their idyllic way of life is interrupted when a sadistic cult leader becomes obsessed with Mandy and abducts her. Hav...

Universal Classic Monsters

Universal Classic Monsters: The Complete 30-Film Collection is a Must Own for Classic Horror Fans [Blu-ray Review]

The Universal Monsters are and will always be the premiere legacy franchises in horror. Before New Line was the House That Freddy Built, Universal built itself on the backs of Dracula and Frankenstein...

trench 11

Trench 11 is Tight, Claustrophobic, and Stripped Down

Trench 11 is a film of meat and potatoes in several respects. Visually, it consists mostly of a group of men shining dim yellow lights onto the dusty walls of underground tunnels. Claustrophobic, but ...

Ash vs. Evil Dead

Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 3 [Blu-Ray Review]

The Starz original series Ash vs. Evil Dead has come to a close, as has Bruce Campbell’s tenure as Ashley J. Williams, spanning over thirty years. It’s a bittersweet ending. This was not planned to be...