An auspicious, hallucinatory feature film debut about a family with a newborn child thrust into a threatening domestic situation from director Stephen Portland
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.
‘Happy Death Day 2U’ is not as clever as the first film but it is a worthy sequel to the franchise opener.
An invigorating action-packed genre mashup from director Julius Avery that blends classic war movie tropes with B-movie horror.
Dan Gilroy has crafted a dark satire, replete with horror-film elements, on the Los Angeles contemporary art world
This third entry in the ‘Cloverfield’ franchise is the weakest, but still an enjoyable, high production value sci-fi film
The man behind the outrageous upcoming horror parody sits down with TheaterByte for a frank and funny Q&A.
‘New Year, New You’ savagely skewers the omnipresent self-help/self-awareness personalities whose seemingly endless infomercials have cluttered the airways and dulled viewers’ sensibilities for years.
A strong cast mostly surmounts a storyline that is complex and often confusing, the 4K Ultra HD discs are visually stunning.