Hell House LLC

DVD Review: Hell House LLC Director’s Cut

Hell House LLC sees a documentary film crew attempting to piece together what went wrong at a haunted attraction in upstate New York where a tragic series of events led to the...
47 Meters Down

Blu-Ray Review: 47 Meters Down is Fast-Paced and Suspenseful

Sisters Lisa and Kate are vacationing in Mexico when they are presented with the opportunity to cage dive with sharks. The experience starts out great but faulty equipment leads to...
Ash vs. Evil Dead

Blu-ray Review: Ash vs. Evil Dead Season Two

Ash vs. Evil Dead is a show that I don’t think any fan of the franchise actually thought they would live to see. Bruce Campbell would never shy away...
Alien: Covenant

Blu-Ray Review: Alien Covenant is a Mixed Bag

A crew with designs on colonizing a distant planet are waylaid when they believe they have come upon an undiscovered utopia. But, not everything is what it seems and the...

Resident Evil: Vendetta Is An Inventively Animated Film That Could Be The Future Of...

Resident Evil:Vendetta features the return of fan favorites from the unstoppable video game franchise, including Chris Redfield (Kevin Dorman; Reel Steel, Avatar) and Leon S. Kennedy (Matthew Mercer; Resident...
Warlock 1989

Vestron Blu-Ray Review: The Warlock Collection

Warlock finds a male witch transported from the distant past to present day. Upon arrival, he discovers that a witch hunter has jumped to the future with him. The warlock...
Seven Bloodstained Orchids

Giallo Madness: Seven Bloodstained Orchids

A killer is targeting a group of seemingly unrelated women. But upon closer inspection, it becomes apparent that there is a commonality between the victims. A man and his...
cure for wellness

Blu-Ray Review: A Cure for Wellness

It is in a moment of metamorphosis midway through Gore Verbinski’s A Cure for Wellness when a flashback of the film’s protagonist as a child appears. He plays with...
B&B

B&B is a Brilliant Premise Weighted Down by Dull Writing

B&B has a brilliant premise: a Christian bed and breakfast refuses services to a gay couple so they sue to get their double bed. Once they’ve won in court,...
Tunnel

Tunnel is an Insightful and Thought-Provoking Nail-Biter

Director Kim Seong-hun’s new disaster thriller Tunnel is a near-perfect expression of the idea of complexity via simplicity. The premise is decidedly the latter: Car salesman Lee Jung-soo is...
The Girl With All the Gifts

Review: The Girl With All The Gifts Brings Originality, Thrills And Heart To An...

The Girl With All The Gifts centers around a post-apocalyptic world where all but a small few humans have been infected by a fungal disease that transforms them into...

Review: Don’t Pull Over for Zombie-Thriller Breakdown Lane

Call the tow truck, ‘cause this one’s a clunker. Now when I first kicked the tires a decent concept fell out: Kirby Lane’s (Whitney Moore) SUV breaks down on...
Phantasm II 1988 - Angus Scrimm

Review: Phantasm: The Complete Collection

Well Go USA’s Phantasm complete collection Blu-ray set arrives on April 11th. We got to check it out early, and from the packaging down to the brand-new special features, it’s...
DVD cover picture for Wishmaster

Vestron Blu-ray Review: Wishmaster Collection

For anyone not familiar: In the Wishmaster films, some unlucky soul inevitably unleashes the centuries-old Djinn who then wreaks havoc and pandemonium on whomever set him free. He usually has some sort...
Wolf Creek 2005 - Mick Taylor

Wolf Creek Season One Lacks the Magic of its Feature Film Predecessors

In the Wolf Creek TV series, 19-year-old Eve (Vampire Academy's Lucy Fry) is visiting Australia with her family. While there, she narrowly survives an encounter with Mick Taylor (John Jarratt). Unfortunately, her mother, father,...