This comedy/horror that borrows liberally from ‘The Exorcist’ has new cult favorite written all over it.
This Sundance entry’s strong cast of female leads can’t save its attempts at recreating B-horror of yesteryear from falling flat.
This world-premiere falls just short of delivering the excitement that both its original source material and this famous company deserve.
The fate of souls are in the balance in Madhouse’s latest enticing psychological horror/thriller out on Blu-ray from Funimation.
South Korean director Yeon Sang-ho’s zombie action thriller has created an international buzz for good reason; it’s filled with epic visual effects and a fresh take on the genre.
23-year-old writer/director Don Coscarelli created a low-budget classic of psycho-drama sci-fi/horror that spawned a decades-long franchise with this 1979 original.
This derivative sci-fi thriller is reminiscent of 2015’s ‘Ex Machina’, but nowhere near as intelligent, despite the promise of its strong cast.
This sequel in the live-action adaptations of the popular video game franchise is about as dumb as the zombies that feature so prominently in it.
This underwhelming thriller fails to meet the usual Netflix standard of quality for its original programming.
Cool ’80s comedy/horror fodder ‘Vamp’ gets a slick looking, feature-rich release on Blu-ray from Arrow Video.