B&B

B&B is a Brilliant Premise Weighted Down by Dull Writing

B&B has a brilliant premise: a Christian bed and breakfast refuses services to a gay couple so they sue to get their double bed. Once they’ve won in court,...
Phantasm II 1988 - Angus Scrimm

Review: Phantasm: The Complete Collection

Well Go USA’s Phantasm complete collection Blu-ray set arrives on April 11th. We got to check it out early, and from the packaging down to the brand-new special features, it’s...
Sinister II The movie poster for the movie Sinister directed by Scott Derrickson and starring Ethan Hawke. reviewed by nicola odeku

Advance Blu-Ray Review: Sinister 2 Doesn’t Live Up to the Original

A mother of twin nine year old boys moves into an old church that was previously the site of a series of grisly murders inspired by Bagul. Shortly after moving in,...
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...
The Darkness poster image of black handprints on a bed

Blu-Ray Review – The Darkness Has Promise but Falls Too Easily into Familiar Territory

While on a family camping trip in the Grand Canyon, young autistic boy Mikey finds five mystical stones buried underground and brings them home. However, the stones are tied...
Cat in the Brain - Lucio Fulci

Review: Grindhouse Releasing’s A Cat in the Brain is a Lovingly Rendered Collector’s Edition...

A Cat in the Brain finds Lucio Fulci working on a new feature film when he begins experiencing uncontrollable episodes. The spells result in something of a complete blackout and when...
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...
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...
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...
The Walking Dead Season 5 Blu Ray cover

The Walking Dead Season 5 Blu-Ray Review

Releasing August 25 from Anchor Bay Entertainment is the jam-packed and stunning Blu-Ray + Digital HD edition of The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season. The set includes three hours of...
Alien: Covenant

Blu-Ray Review: Alien Covenant is a Mixed Bag

A crew with designs on colonizing a distant planet are waylaid when they believe they have come upon an undiscovered utopia. But, not everything is what it seems and the...
Ash vs. Evil Dead - Poster for Sam Raimi's 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,...
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...

Review: Don’t Pull Over for Zombie-Thriller Breakdown Lane

Call the tow truck, ‘cause this one’s a clunker. Now when I first kicked the tires a decent concept fell out: Kirby Lane’s (Whitney Moore) SUV breaks down on...
Horror master Eli Roths new movie The Green Inferno.

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...