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 Zero Boys 1986 Movie

Why The Zero Boys is Almost a Perfect 10

One of the best and most exciting things about being a horror fan to me is the act of discovery. The deeper you delve into the genre, the more you...
10 Cloverfield Lane

Blu-Ray Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane is an Unexpectedly Suspenseful Containment Thriller

This quasi-follow up to Cloverfield is directed by  Dan Trachtenberg. It marks his feature film directorial debut. The picture stars John Goodman (Red State), Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Final Destination 3), and John Gallagher...
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...
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...
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...
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...
Emelie

Blu-Ray Review: Emelie is Painfully Average

When a young couple's regular babysitter is unable to watch their brood, she gives a recommendation for a friend who is available to sit. But what they do not realize...
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...
Krampus - The Year Christmas Horror Broke Out 2015

Blu-Ray Review: Krampus Offers Something for the Naughty and Nice, Alike

When a young boy loses his Christmas spirit, he unknowingly unleashes The Krampus, a centuries old demon that punishes the disillusioned. He and his family quickly find themselves in...
Intruders

DVD Review: Intruders Squanders its Potential

When a trio of ruffians breaks into what they think is an empty home, they are confronted by a young woman suffering from severe agoraphobia. What they aren't expecting...
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...
Pieces

Advance Blu-ray Review: Pieces is Delightfully Nasty!

Pieces follows the murderous exploits of a psychopath on a college campus in Boston Massachusetts. The killer stalks and kills coeds in a quest to collect their body parts for...
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...
Turbo Kid 2

Review: Turbo Kid (Limited Edition Blu-Ray) Kicks Ass!

Turbo Kid is a violent, post-apocalyptic, BMX love story with an outcast orphan child taking center stage. It is a throwback to the awesomely bad grindhouse epics of the 1980s. It takes place in...