A feature-rich limited edition from Second Sight of this suspenseful and thrilling 2008 debut from writer/director Bryan Bertino.
Poor CGI effects and a confusing screenplay make this third entry the most uneccessary and laziest-feeling of the franchise.
A stellar second season of this series set in a Stephen King multiverse tells the origin of the infamous nurse from ‘Misery’ as portrayed brilliantly by Lizzy Caplan.
Another fantastic release of a Hong Kong cinema classic from Eureka with superb picture quality and a strong collection of bonus features.
The ‘libs’ are bad and the ‘deplorables’ good in this heavy-handed, political horror/thriller about a literal human hunt, where the action is great but the commentary too in-your-face.
A suspenseful and brutal feminist revenge thriller finds a woman refusing to be a victim and turning her assaulters into the hunted.
A masterpiece anthology of four Japanese ghost tales by the director Kobayashi Masaki is a study in color and cinematography.
An atmospheric ’70s horror in the tradition of malevolent dolls finds Anthony Hopkins holding together up a flawed film with his creepy performance.
A gut-punch of laughs, J-Pop, and zombies
A competent sequel to ‘The Shining’ references Kubrick and both of King’s novels for some good fan service.