Category: Thriller

Blu-ray Thriller Reviews

The Fare Blu-ray Review

A thrillingly mysterious and romantic journey for a cab ride stuck in a time loop. The Fare is smart indie filmmaking with two great leads and fresh premise.

Shade Blu-ray Review

A fun trip through the world of high stakes gambling con men, Shade finds enough tension between bouts of early '00s filmmaking.

Ambition Blu-ray Review

2019’s Worst Thriller? The year’s most bland and devastatingly banal “thriller” comes courtesy of Robert Shaye, producer of the horror classic A Nightmare On Elm Street. Going behind the …

Strange But True Blu-ray Review

Shocking Thriller Adapted From John Searles’ Bestselling Novel Some films are hard to classify under strict genre guidelines. Strange But True falls in that category. What begins as a …

Man on a String Blu-ray Review

Strung Along Late in Man on a String, double agent Ernest Borgnine has infiltrated the Kremlin on the US’s behalf. He’s led into a school room where Russian spies …

The Lineup Blu-ray Review

Drug Busters Classic San Francisco plays host to The Lineup, a story of the international drug trade roping in unknowing tourists. It’s sightly, loaded with landmarks, off-setting the harsh …

The Fan (1981) Blu-ray Review

Not a Fan The Fan wants what it can’t have – the allure and glamour of iconic Hollywood romance. That explains the casting of Lauren Bacall and James Garner …

Night Hunter Blu-ray Review

Cavill & Daddario Team Up Against A Serial Killer A police thriller in the mold of Seven and Zodiac, if a clear grade below in quality those genre titans, …

The Case Against Brooklyn Blu-ray Review

Laundry Laundering Marketing materials for Case Against Brooklyn demean cops. It’s rare for the time. Bold proclamations like “Is this cop for sale?” and semi-protective “This film isn’t anti-cop, …