Introducing adult Jason Vorhees to the world, Friday the 13th: Part 2 is aimless and illogical slaughter without a plot.
Horror Blu-Ray Reviews
Friday the 13th unapologetically borrows from Halloween's success, but adds a careful, well considered angle to differentiate itself.
A lousy CG crocodile munches on some idiots in Black Water: Abyss, and it's not fun, even for a few minutes of the overlong runtime.
Stephen King produces and writes the screenplay for this mostly faithful adaptation of The Stand, even if the apocalyptic setting is limited by a television budget.
Using a killer robot movie's framework, Automation uses that to explore real world fears over lost jobs and a changing workplace.
School shooters reap what they sow in the trippy Dead Ones, an indie that has nice special effects but a muddled screenplay.
Silver Bullet sticks to a formula, but approaches things with more honesty, if not a consistent tone.
Although using a few interesting story angles, Ghost Ship succumbs to a generic formula after an incredibly brutal and memorable opening.
Rutger Hauer commands Split Second, a moody sci-fi horror feature with enough comedy to keep things lightened.
The cult television series Tales from the Darkside hits the big screen with a pleasing anthology of three frightening and gruesome tales, from names such as Stephen King, George …
Preachy and bland, Deep Blue Sea 3 is at least competent (even occasionally unexpected) which is impressive against the current DTV shark movie slate.
A slick and engaging documentary series, Cursed Films explores prominent legends surrounding famous horror movies, loaded with thoughtful interviews.