The Mutilator

Blu-Ray Review – The Mutilator is a Surprisingly Gory Slasher

When Ed was a young boy, he accidentally shot and killed his mother while trying to clean his father's (Big Ed) gun. Now an adult, Ed and five of his...
Blu-ray cover for Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

Blu-Ray Review: Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

A family finds an old camera and a series of videotapes in their new home. The tapes show bizarre and frightening acts and the camera evidently has the ability...
The Witch

Blu-ray Review: The Witch is a Slow Burn Shocker that Scares and Delights in...

A family of seven relocates to a remote part of New England after being banished from their church. They set out with plans to start anew but their meager existence is...
Frankenstein

Advance Blu-ray Review: Frankenstein (2015)

Given that it’s directed by Candyman helmer Bernard Rose, I expected Frankenstein to be good. But I was actually pleasantly surprised by how good it is, considering that I was...
Phantasm

Phantasm Remastered: Blu-Ray Review

In Phantasm, a small Oregon town joins a growing number of cities that has been taken over by a grave robber known as The Tall Man. Three friends start to suspect that...
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...
Blu Ray copy of Eli Roth's The Green Inferno for giveaway

Blu-ray Review: The Green Inferno

The Green Inferno sees a group of idealistic assholes traveling across the world in an attempt to ‘Save the Amazon’. This is a decision they come to regret when their plane crashes...
THE VISIT

Blu-ray Review: The Visit is Unsure of What it Wants to Be

The Visit sees pair of youngsters set out to visit their grandparents for the first time. Once there, the duo  quickly realizes that something is badly amiss. Their grandmother sleep-vomits and...
Southbound - Tyler's Top Five of 2016

DVD Review: Southbound is a Delightfully Dark Anthology Shocker

Southbound tells the interconnected tales of a group of travelers heading down the same isolated desert road, one fateful evening. Each of them quickly discovers that entering the seemingly endless stretch of...
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...
Rob Zombie's 31

Rob Zombie’s 31 is More of the Same

Set in 1975, 31 zeroes in on five people kidnapped in the days leading up to Halloween. They are brought to a place called Murder World where they must fight for their...
Martyrs

Blu-Ray Review: Martyrs is Tame Compared to the Original but Not Without Merit

Martyrs tells the story of Lucie (Troian Bellisario), a young girl who was beaten and tortured by a sadistic family years prior. Lucie sets out to track down the family...
Pan's Labyrinth

Criterion Blu-Ray Review: Pan’s Labyrinth

Following the Spanish Civil War, a young girl is sent to stay with her Mother's new husband. When reality becomes too painful for her, she conjures a fantasy world that provides...

Review: Solace Is A Serial Killer Movie That Descends Into Madness

Solace revolves around easy going FBI agent Joe Merriwether (played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, The Walking Dead) and his wound up partner Katherine Cowles (Abbie Cornish, Limitless and Seven...
Last Witch Hunter

Advance Blu-ray Review: The Last Witch Hunter is Better than You’ve heard

Kaulder, a valiant witch hunter is cursed with immortality by the queen witch and when he reaches modern times, he is the only one of his kind remaining. Witches, however, still...