Europe's answer to Romero's Night of the Living Dead, The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue, is a zombie classic in its own right.
Horror Blu-Ray Reviews
Umma makes a strong metaphor for the anxiety of motherhood, but it's a tepid dud as a horror movie.
Anthony Perkins is an evil delight in the Hammer-esque throwback Edge of Sanity, devilishly sexual and saturated by drugs.
As much a nature attacks thriller as it is historical condemnation of British colonialism, Ghost and the Darkness is successful studio filmmaking.
An attempt to portray anxiety and mental health through the lens or airline horror, Row 19 fails in connecting through its story.
Relentless and extreme torture porn from Italy, Xpiation produces a taut narrative and oddly compelling characters.
The Long Night is a nicely-crafted indie frightfest for genre fans with surprise appearances by Deborah Kara Unger and Jeff Fahey leaving their mark.
Filled with stock characters, a stock plot, and cheesy tone, Alligator II is a dud sequel with only a few creature feature highlights.
Excellent special effects highlight Resonator, an entertaining follow-up to Stuart Gordon's From Beyond.
Tepid thrills and slap-dash storytelling characterize the underwhelming 1988 cult thriller, Mania Killer, from Italian director Andrea Bianchi
With much of the horror sourced from sheer boredom, Frankenstein's Daughter feels desperate to hold on to classic horror's last vestige of relevancy.
One of Japan's most bizarre and disturbing movies, Blind Beast is a gonzo body horror masterpiece of blood and sick desires.