Bill Paxton's film debut is an uneven and wacky slasher Mortuary, remembered more for television actresses Mary McDonough and Lynda Day George.
Horror Blu-Ray Reviews
Scream Queen Caroline Williams headlines the creative vampire flick Ten Minutes to Midnight, with attitude and a cheeky sense of humor.
A ruthless and memorably effective Danish thriller The Ringmaster explores voyeurism and violence via streaming torture porn. Highly recommended for fans of international horror.
A new horror classic comes from this wicked tale of Satanists messing with forces beyond their control in Anything for Jackson.
Indie Satanic thriller Baphomet has a few creepy moments but mostly misses the mark.
Rough around the edges, the dystopian Mad Max-inspired thriller Scavenger succeeds with brutal visuals and a nasty tone.
Interesting for Karloff's performance and ambiguity, Isle of the Dead doesn't have the energy to make use of either.
Doctor X is moody if slow classic horror with a great finish to its science-based old dark house formula.
Graphic with some of the most disturbing material ever committed to screen, the notorious Serbian Film is a grueling test for audiences.
The Mortuary Collection is a delightfully wicked and fun horror anthology with sharp writing and unforgettable fright pieces.
A vibrant lead performance by Charlotte Kirk and nasty torture sequences don't make up for The Reckoning's half-baked screenplay.
A space alien disembowels people throughout Nightbeast, which is the closest this one comes to a storyline.