‘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.
This parable of the ravages of war and male greed mixed with a paranormal ghost story is one of the greats of Japanese cinema — newly restored on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection.
The classic haunted house horror film from 1979 gets a new limited steelbook edition in the UK from Second Sight that collector’s may want to open their wallets for.
This latest Netflix Original film poses big philosophical questions about the meaning of life and what comes after, but it doesn’t quite live up to its well-meaning goals.
The fate of souls are in the balance in Madhouse’s latest enticing psychological horror/thriller out on Blu-ray from Funimation.
In a transformed New York City, the world of the paranormal and humans collide when a portal opens up and traps the city in an energy dome in the amazing ‘Blood Battlefront Blockade.’
This drawn out horror film barely stirs up a scare until its atmospheric final act before giving viewers a pointless ending.
Eureka Entertainment releases the 1999 ‘Exorcist’ imitation ‘Stigmata’ in a dual format edition, but does the film fare any better nearly two decades on?
A high school with forces with seven powerful magical girls to try to find the cousin that vanished before his eyes in the fantasy/harem series ‘Trinity Seven’.
In the second collection of paranormal series ‘Parasyte: The Maxim’, Shinichi continues his fight to stay human and to stay alive.