Hammer bends a familiar story to their creative will, establishing the studio's brand in The Revenge of Frankenstein.
Horror Blu-Ray Reviews
The latest Puppet Master movie, Blade: The Iron Cross, is only for the Full Moon faithful, a cheap b-movie made with no budget and little talent.
Even at 77-minutes, Giant from the Unknown tests the patience of any '50s monster fan.
Chuck Connors steals the show as a telekinetic killer, and it's a shame Tourist Trap never scored a sequel to join slasher movie legends.
A raw, nasty thriller from Russia, Sleepless Beauty explores the devastating effects of sleep deprivation with vivid terror.
While basing itself on endless tropes, Wolf of Snow Hollow finds a clever way to use standard horror for comedy and reality.
Meir Zarchi finally follows up his disturbing grindhouse classic decades later with the disastrously poor I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu that fails on multiple levels.
Meir Zarchi's shocking I Spit on Your Grave has an undeniable power despite its reprehensible rape elements and graphic brutality against women.
A human jellyfish hybrid is a unique idea stuck in an arduous, plodding, impossibly dull movie, Sting of Death.
Jaws of Death hates everyone and everything, and while certainly different in the sharksploitation genre, it's a dull mess.
A dark, grisly thriller from Hong Kong's early exploitation scene, Untold Story combines brutal gore with a nasty sense of humor.
Even the great Joe Bob Briggs can't save the horror-comedy anthology Scare Package, made for Shudder.