A great starter kit for those interested in the world of Death Note and the world of shinigami.
‘Death Note: Light up the NEW World’ is an enjoyable enough sequel to the first two films in the popular anime and live action Japanese franchise.
An invigorating action-packed genre mashup from director Julius Avery that blends classic war movie tropes with B-movie horror.
A strong cast mostly surmounts a storyline that is complex and often confusing, the 4K Ultra HD discs are visually stunning.
A marvelously filmed and thrilling 1978 eco-horror from the land Down Under.
The story doesn’t run deep in ‘The Meg’, but it’s a fun, wild ride and the 4K Ultra HD release from Warner Bros. is fantastic.
Not a great film by any means, the cast of co-eds would be the only redeeming quality to this amateurish exploitation horror production.
A trippy and visually stunning revenge thriller from co-writer/director Panos Cosmatos.
A bloody fantastic original movie for this arguably minor DC character
Classic 1956 sci-fi/horror film that taps into the Cold War and Red Scare paranoia of 1950s Americana