Category: Horror

Horror Blu-Ray Reviews

47 Meters Down: Uncaged Blu-ray Review

Baby Shark, Grandpa Shark 47 Meters Down: Uncaged begins with protagonist Mia falling into water. The school bully pushed her in, the immediate indicator that Mia (Sophie Nelisse) will …

Prophecy (1979) Blu-ray Review

Bigfoot, only uglier In 1956, mercury discharged from a chemical factory was the cause of disease throughout Minamata, Japan. It wasn’t until 2010 the guilty company settled – and …

Devil’s Revenge Blu-ray Review

Occult Schlock With William Shatner William Shatner knows cheesy filmmaking, almost reveling in it over his long Hollywood career. The former Captain James T. Kirk of the USS Enterprise …

Crawl Blu-ray Review

Gator Needs Food Badly Played straight despite the concept’s absurdity, Crawl brings genuine thriller tactics between moments of blundering decision making. There’s not much call to take action against …

Annabelle Comes Home Blu-ray Review

The Conjuringverse Goes Teen Horror Gary Dauberman’s Annabelle Comes Home sees the possessed doll wreak havoc inside the home of the Warrens, the famous paranormal investigators from the Conjuring …

Gwen Blu-ray Review

Slow British Folk Horror A Shudder original that uneasily flirts between depressing period drama and British folk horror, director William McGregor’s Gwen is a bleak tale that will test …

Doom: Annihilation Blu-ray Review

BFG (Bogus Financial Grab) Per Doom lore, there’s a scientific base on Mars’ moon Phobos. It’s one of those sci-fi places where smart people do dumb things like tinker …

Nightwish Blu-ray Review

Of Science and Ghouls A professor and his four graduate students encounter a bewildering array of paranormal activity at a haunted mansion in Bruce Cook’s forgotten gem from the …

Itsy Bitsy Blu-ray Review

Spidey Sense Activate There is a spider in Itsy Bitsy. It does indeed eat people, and the stray cat doesn’t stand a chance either. However, Itsy Bitsy aims for …

The Prey Blu-ray Review

Finger on Fast-Forward The best part of The Prey involves the discussion of a cucumber sandwich and subsequent eating of said sandwich. That’s by default. The Prey doesn’t hold …