The Voices Blu-ray

Blu-ray Review: The Voices is Hilarious and Brutal!

Jerry is a likable guy trying to find his place in the world. He has a new job at a factory and a major crush on a pretty young...
ghostface killer with his killing tool from the successful franchise scream by wes craven.

Nine Lackluster Blu-ray Releases That Deserve an Upgrade

We’re living in a great time for horror movie collecting. Blu-ray is the ideal format to bring our favorite films to life in glorious HD. Gorgeous, pristine picture packed...
Village of the Damned

Blu-ray Review: Village of the Damned

A peaceful, small town in Marin County, California suddenly becomes anything but when a mysterious blackout occurs, rendering all of its residents unconscious for a spell. Once the residents regain...
Curse of Frankenstein 1957

How Curse of Frankenstein Did Re-Animator Before Re-Animator

Curse of Frankenstein is one of my favorite Frankenstein adaptation, but I’ll also admit that it’s one of the weirdest, aside from maybe the sci-fi exploits of Frankenstein Unbound....
Crimson Peak

Blu-ray Review: Crimson Peak is an Atmospheric Gothic Ghost Story

In Crimson Peak a young woman moves into her new husband's family home, which is located atop a mountain made of red clay. Once there, she begins to notice restless spirits...
Lake Nowhere

Review: Lake Nowhere Is A Fun, If Slight Homage To The Classic Slasher Tradition

For many of us who have loved slashers for most of our lives, the idea of a 'retro slasher' these days is kind of dread-inducing. After all, when was the...
Poster for Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness.

Blu-Ray Review: Army of Darkness

In Army of Darkness, Ash is transported back to the middle ages and must do battle with Deadites and locate The Necronomicon in order to ensure his safe passage back...
ghost in the shell

Blu-Ray Review: Ghost in the Shell

Anchor Bay’s new Mondo Steelbook is a fantastic way to visually and sonically experience Ghost in the Shell. Mamoru Oshii’s seminal anime science fiction film drips with atmosphere and...
Australian Horror. DVD cover to Rogue unrated edition

Five More Australian Horror Films to Watch After the Babadook

A few days ago, we took a look at Five Australian Horror Films to Watch After the Babadook. It garnered quite a bit of attention and suggestions from readers,...

Advance Review: Satanic Is A Surprisingly Original Fast-Paced Thriller

Satanic centers on a spring break trip that goes from fun adventure toying with sinister magic to a quick descent into despair. Chloe (played by Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland)...
Scream

Review: Scream Season One Box Set

MTV's Scream: The Series was renewed for a second season almost immediately after its premiere, due to strong viewer response. Fans of the show won't have to wait long for the...
Blood Diner

Vestron Video Blu-Ray Review: Blood Diner

Blood Diner finds a pair of cannibalistic brothers cooking up comfort food for their customers and business is booming. What their patrons do not realize is that the duo are...
Cell - Stephen King

Advance Blu-ray Review: Cell (2016)

I think the weirdest thing about Cell happening now as a feature film is that it doesn’t feel half as outdated as I expected it to. While the central...
parents

Vestron Blu-ray Review: Parents is a Perfect 10

Moving to a new town and starting at a new school can be traumatic for a ten-year-old; having a Mom and a Dad who are potentially cannibals can also...
Swiss Army Man

Blu-ray Review: Swiss Army Man is a Touching Buddy Comedy With Horror Undertones

Hank Has given up on life and is intent upon bringing his to an end. But right as he is getting ready to take his own life, Manny, a...