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...
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...
Cult of Chucky

Blu-Ray Review: Cult of Chucky is a Mixed Bag

Cult of Chucky, the latest direct-to-video installment in the Child's Play series finds Nica (Fiona Dourif) taking up residence in a home for the criminally insane. Nica has come to believe that...
Poster for Dave Meyers' The Hitcher.

The Hitcher (2007) Retrospective – Terror on the Open Road

In The Hitcher (2007), a young couple sets out on a road trip. When they make the ill-fated decision not to pick up a hitchhiker, they make an enemy for life....
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...
The Boy

Blu-ray Review: The Boy is Better than You May Have Heard

Greta (Lauren Cohan of The Walking Dead) jets off to Europe for a position as a nanny in a small English village. She plans to start anew after a messy breakup and...
Day of the Dead: Bloodline

Blu Ray Review: Day of the Dead: Bloodline

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...
Lair of the White Worm

Blu-Ray Review: The Lair of the White Worm

Of all the films to get the amazing Blu-ray treatment from Vestron, Lair of the White Worm is definitely one of the ones that deserves it the most. It’s...
Class of 1999

Vestron Blu-Ray Review: Class of 1999

Class of 1999 takes place in a future where gangs rule the streets and even the schools in some cities. When robotic teachers with homicidal tendencies take over the classrooms...
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...
Green Room Movie - starring Anton Yelchin and Patrick Stewart

Blu-Ray Review: Green Room is Suspenseful, Gory, and Terrifying!

A punk band called The Ain't Rights runs afoul of a sadistic club owner after witnessing the aftermath of a grisly murder. The bandmates become trapped in the venue's...
The Killing of America

Blu-Ray Review: The Killing of America

Billed as “perhaps the most controversial documentary in history”, The Killing of America charts the brutality of American violence through the turbulent 1970s. Using the assassination of JFK as...
Keep Watching

Review: Keep Watching Will Inspire Viewers to Do Anything But

Keep Watching sees a family terrorized by a group of strangers. Adding to the intensity,  their every move is being streamed for a live audience. The only rule: Kill or be killed. The...
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,...
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,...