A tiresome, patience-sapping bigfoot flick, Creature from Black Lake tries even the most forgiving movie watcher.
Horror Blu-Ray Reviews
Jeff Lieberman's cult gem Satan's Little Helper is an off-kilter horror film with deliciously wicked taste.
Sinister witches dish out chilling frights in Two Witches, this oddly conjoined indie film of two vastly different stories.
Esther returns in this tightly scripted prequel, Orphan: First Kills, which brings Isabelle Fuhrman back.
Awful yet fascinating, Legend of Dinosaurs despises humanity in a way few monster movies do, creating a premium example of '70s era fatalism.
Trashy VHS zombie madness, The Necro Files sticks out for ludicrous "special" effects and its horny zombie motif.
The Mummy is among Universal's elite even with a routine, stock story thanks to the imposing presence of Karloff in his prime.
A creepy, small time old dark house thriller, The Bat lacks in pacing and chills, but the murders provide some mild intrigue.
Creepy and haunting, Post Mortem is a well-done atmospheric ghost chiller from Europe set during World War I.
In the post-Scream teen horror movie glut, Disturbing Behavior is near the bottom of the list.
A modestly eerie spookfest from the indie horror scene, Yellowbrickroad is reissued ten years after the fact with improved VFX and new special features
Count Yorga plants the classic screen vampire into modern day California with an evocative slow burn pace.