Indie Satanic thriller Baphomet has a few creepy moments but mostly misses the mark.
Horror Blu-Ray Reviews
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.
A poor time travel adventure, Santo in the Treasure of Dracula is horribly treated by VCI on Blu-ray.
Psycho Goreman is a fun, if demented and severely gory, throwback movie that parodies the genre from which it sprung.
Introducing the slasher genre to a new generation, Freaky picks up where Scream left off to make sure these tropes remain relevant.
Jay Baruchel's dark and gory slasher, Random Acts of Violence, is ambitious with visceral set pieces.