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Mandy

Mandy is Metal AF [Blu-Ray Review]

Red and Mandy live a peaceful and pleasant existence in their forest dwelling. But their idyllic way of life is interrupted when a sadistic cult leader becomes obsessed with Mandy and abducts her. Hav...

Universal Classic Monsters

Universal Classic Monsters: The Complete 30-Film Collection is a Must Own for Classic Horror Fans [Blu-ray Review]

The Universal Monsters are and will always be the premiere legacy franchises in horror. Before New Line was the House That Freddy Built, Universal built itself on the backs of Dracula and Frankenstein...

trench 11

Trench 11 is Tight, Claustrophobic, and Stripped Down

Trench 11 is a film of meat and potatoes in several respects. Visually, it consists mostly of a group of men shining dim yellow lights onto the dusty walls of underground tunnels. Claustrophobic, but ...

Ash vs. Evil Dead

Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 3 [Blu-Ray Review]

The Starz original series Ash vs. Evil Dead has come to a close, as has Bruce Campbell’s tenure as Ashley J. Williams, spanning over thirty years. It’s a bittersweet ending. This was not planned to be...

Desecration

Desecration is Surreal and Scrappy Effort from Dante Tomaselli [Review]

Desecration follows a teenage boy named Bobby on a surreal and visceral journey through the literal depths of Hell that begins when he unintentionally kills one of the instructors at his school. Dante...

Breaking In

Breaking In Suffers from an Utter Lack of Originality [Blu-Ray Review]

Breaking In follows mother of two, Shaun Russell (Gabrielle Union) as she sorts through the grief of losing her father. Her sense of loss is soon compounded by a home invasion attempt which transpires...

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 life murder, to which...

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 it seems in the village. The natives once made ...

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 beasts that prey on living thing...