Dark Crimes

Dark Crimes Frivolously Squanders a Promising Concept [DVD Review]

Dark Crimes is loosely based on the crimes of author and convicted murderer Krystian Bala. The film really only employs the core idea of an author utilizing the details of a real...
Dagon

Dagon is Far from Stuart Gordon’s Best [Vestron Blu-Ray Review]

Dagon tells the story of a young couple that takes refuge in a quaint fishing town after their boat wrecks at sea. The pair quickly learns all is not as...
A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place is Unbearably Suspenseful! [Blu-Ray Review]

A Quiet Place follows a family struggling to survive in a world where verbal communication and any kind of noise is tantamount to a death sentence. A clan of predatory...
Who's Watching Oliver

Who’s Watching Oliver is a Sobering Character Study [Review]

I have only seen a few movies that have stuck with me way after the credits rolled. The kind of film where you weren’t sure what you had just...
Another WolfCop

Another WolfCop is a Howling Good Time! [DVD Review]

Another WolfCop sees Lou Garou back for another round of alcohol-induced, lycanthropic crime fighting. Limbs will fly and arterial spray is the order of the day. In this second outing, Lou...

The Endless will Entertain and Challenge You for Endless Viewings [Review]

Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (interview) are big horror fans, and it shows in their third co-directed feature film, The Endless. They also star, playing brothers Justin and Aaron,...
The Strangers: prey at night

The Strangers: Prey at Night Takes the Franchise into Full on Slasher Territory

The Strangers: Prey at Night sees a family on a road trip stopping off for the night in a trailer park, only to find that they are being targeted by a trio of...
Death Wish

Death Wish is Surprisingly Enjoyable [Blu-Ray Review]

Death Wish follows Dr. Paul Kersey, a family man who has always played by the rules. That is, until his wife and daughter are brutally attacked in a home invasion gone...
Horror Sequels Nobody Asked For

Mutant Snowmen and CHUDs Named Bud: Horror Sequels Nobody Asked For

Horror sequels are everywhere. They always have been. When every other kind of horror movie comes and goes, they survive. If something is even remoltely successful, it will usually...
The Evil Dead

Non-Found Footage Microbudget Movies That Prove Anyone Can Do It

Scary as the industry is now, this is the golden age of being able to make a movie. Anyone can do it. The scary part is distribution and profit,...
Insidious: The Last Key

Blu-Ray Review: Insidious: The Last Key is a Satisfying Conclusion to the Franchise

This latest installment in the Insidious series goes back to psychic medium Elise Rainier’s earlier days. The film provides welcome backstory on Elise and introduces the viewer to her family, while also giving fans greater insight into her...

The Shape of Water is Visually Enchanting

Four Oscars achieved should be enough reason for you to watch The Shape of Water. Guillermo del Toro at the helm should further the assertion that you need to...
Children of the Corn: Runaway

Children of the Corn: Runaway is a Surprising Step Up [Blu-Ray Review]

The Children of the Corn franchise has been suffering as long as it has been a franchise. The first movie has become a cult favorite, but definitely has its...
Ichi the Killer

Blu-Ray Review: Ichi the Killer is a Stunning Restoration of One of Takashi Miike’s...

Ichi the Killer is one of the most influential movies of the early 2000s. It is absolutely one of the standout films from director Takashi Miike, which says a...
Day of the Dead: Bloodline

Day of the Dead: Bloodline [Blu Ray Review]

George A. Romero never cottoned to the use of the word “zombies” to describe the “ghouls” in his genre defining debut, Night of the Living Dead. As he wrote...