With limited tension, Frost only has so much to offer the single location thriller genre.
Blu-ray Thriller Reviews
The star-laden Desperate Hours pits a mercurial Mickey Rourke against Anthony Hopkins with mixed results despite the electric performances and memorable sequences.
Cat and mouse DTV thriller between burglars and a spunky blind girl, See For Me delivers underwhelming action despite a few clever twists
Frank Perry's methodical, creepy criminal melodrama Man on a Swing sees a steel-jawed Cliff Robertson matching wits with a demented Joel Grey.
Desperate Hour tries to compartmentalize an real world American nightmare, but it's ultimately flaccid as it stalls from the outset.
Ryu Murakami's engaging NC-17 Tokyo Decadence is about the inner emotional turmoil of a heart-broken call girl struggling for happiness.
Set in the segregated South, Girl on a Chain Gang plays much differently with audiences today than it did upon release in 1966.
Between the open ocean, sharks, stock footage, and awful compositing, Alicia Silverstone never stood a chance in The Requin.
Nightmare is a lesser but atmospheric psychological chiller fashioned out of a twisting screenplay.
Trashy, derivative suspense thriller Shattered works thanks to a cast working overtime and newcomer Lilly Krug.
The overrated indie mess Surge stars Ben Whishaw as a man slowly losing it in London with violent results.
A vivacious Ann-Margret and a stately John Forsythe star in this pulpy thriller about teen delinquency, which isn't a pure classic but is a fantastic guilty pleasure for many …