Tepid thrills and slap-dash storytelling characterize the underwhelming 1988 cult thriller, Mania Killer, from Italian director Andrea Bianchi
Horror Blu-Ray Reviews
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.
Narek on the Other Side Note: This Blu-ray is exclusive to the Disney Movie Club With the Disney touch, Watcher in the Woods plays to the studio’s usual audience, …
The cult slasher House on Sorority Row has only grown in esteem and popularity since its 1983 debut.
One of the most memorable finishes from '80s horror turns the average genre flick One Dark Night into something special.
While mostly an uneventful, low budget horror yarn, there's enough attention to The Dark's script to give it a unique timestamp.
Great White doesn't let an audience care for the people OR the sharks, and that's a fatal flaw.
Despite having one foot stuck in the cinema of the 1960s, the Satanic horror Brotherhood of Satan is effectively creepy and a b-movie guilty pleasure.
A routine, radiation-fearing '50s effort, The Werewolf's sluggish and monotonous low-budget offers little interest to anyone outside of monster kids.
David Cronenberg's compelling supernatural thriller Dead Zone weaves a wonderful Christopher Walken performance with a superb screenplay.
Bill Paxton's film debut is an uneven and wacky slasher Mortuary, remembered more for television actresses Mary McDonough and Lynda Day George.