Lucio Fulci mixes haunted house, psychological terror, and zombie cinema in the brutally gory House by the Cemetery.
Horror Blu-Ray Reviews
The Shed is a vampire flick that attempts a retro monster vibe with some ham-handed messaging about high school bullying.
A so-so supernatural thriller aimed at teens, the few nicely crafted set pieces don't make up for The Gallows Act II's lame script and boring characters.
Experienced genre director Patrick Lussier crafts an immensely fun thrill-ride with an interesting new villain in Trick.
Frank Langella's Count Dracula takes some liberties with the character but delivers a satisfying '70s update to Bram Stoker's original vampire story.
While marginally successful when dabbling with workplace sexism, Killer Crocodile 2's brazen horror doesn't show the care of the original.
There's no hiding from Killer Crocodile's knock-off quality, but the Italian flick stages a fun social dynamic between environmentalists and hunters.
Released on the eve of the US involvement in World War II, Tower of London warns of those seeking power, and those who willingly assist.
A riotous class satire, Ready or Not brings pitch black humor to a story of rich versus poor through a clever script.
While messy and manipulative, The Fly II finds success via its effects-laden finale after a meandering (even incomplete) story beforehand.
Distinctive, lurid, and intelligently gory, The Fly remake rates equally with The Thing as one of the great horror do-overs.
Indie Slasher Trilogy Malevolence may not be an essential slasher but delivers suspenseful terror in spades. Filmmaker Stevan Mena’s debut feature was a no-nonsense thriller that hit during the …