Christopher Nolan is one of the only mainstream directors that continues to deliver original material at the blockbuster level;…
From the mind of The Safdie Brothers and starring Adam Sandler, Uncut Gems is a powerful, adrenaline pumping crime-thriller that is not for the faint of heart.
Cult video status is something earned, not freely given – and Arrow Video’s Blu-ray re-release of Irvin Berwick’s Hitchhike to Hell unfortunately doesn’t quite hit the mark, despite a quality restoration.
The 1987 film reinterpretation of the 1979 classic gothic horror novel, Flowers in the Attic, has met mixed reviews over time: from praise for its craft to scorn for its script. Nevertheless, it is deserving of a fresh pair of eyes, and in glorious high definition on this Blu-ray release by Arrow Video.
Boston metalcore and horror film aficionados, Ice Nine Kills, fresh off the October 25th release of The Silver Scream: The Final Cut via Fearless Records, lend us their lead singer, Spencer Charnas, for a Top 10 feature to thrill, terrify, and titillate with his favourite slasher film kills of all time.
From writer/director Drew Goddard, Bad Times at the El Royale is a kick-ass Friday night popcorn thriller that’s splendidly entertaining. Pour yourself a cocktail and prepare for pure FUN!
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #5 celebrates 1958’s Vertigo released via Paramount Pictures.
Cutting-edge horror film Hereditary is a slow burn, creeping up on you in a haunting and dramatic cinematic crescendo of insanity.
This 4-disc Blu-ray reissue of the classic Hellraiser films is everything fans could want, and then some. Hard to believe the original was released back in 1987, right?
If you’re looking for a fresh take on a classic whodunit that’s going to stonewall you with dead-ends, fresh plot-twists, and cutting-edge storytelling, look no further.
I sat down to watch this movie with no expectations at all; I mean it’s difficult to expect much from a movie that bills itself as the “ultimate low-budget horror experience” and “the best worst movie ever.” So with all expectations thrown out the window I was able to enjoy this movie for what it is; a really cheesy, really corny “B” movie that had me chuckling on more than one occasion. The acting is bad… really bad, and is only topped by the incredible lack of any sort of special effects. The overall result, while not laugh out loud funny, is definitely comical and was enough to keep me watching.
The Corporate Cut Throat Massacre bills itself as “The Office” meets “American Psycho.” After reading that I was more than intrigued and was anticipating a whole lot more than was delivered. I understand this is an offbeat, “B” movie, but nonetheless I found it to be extremely slow and at times extremely boring – which I think is a shame because the plot line is great.
With Dolor author Rick Florino has created a world that is as gripping as it is repulsive; kind of like a car wreck, you don’t want to but you’re compelled to look. F.B.I Agent Jeffries arrives at the small town of Dolor to investigate a fire that has burned the whole town to the ground with the exception of one lone house. While this remaining, solitary house is completely charred on the outside Investigator Jeffries finds that inside is a much different story and much to his surprise, everything appears normal.