Not always exciting and even moronic, Centigrade still finds tension by forcing a strained marriage into a claustrophobic setting.
Blu-ray Thriller Reviews
Deceiving to the last, Scream of Fear toys with the obvious before making things right in a classic finale.
Small in scale yet hefty in tension, The Snorkel makes for a compelling back-and-forth murder thriller between father and daughter.
A unique bank heist thriller, Cash on Demand is less about the money than the two men involved including an impeccable Peter Cushing.
At times comical, campy, and absurd, Buried Alive still cleverly finds a sharp metaphor for a changing social dynamic.
An intricate criminal thriller from Korea, Beasts Clawing at Straws is crafted with an intelligent script and memorable characters.
While typical in its thriller format, Unhinged finds the means to stand out by involving modern social issues in a smart way.
Haven's all-star cast and tragic, criminal story are let down by an overly ambitious screenplay.
While beginning strong, the Diabolique remake falls apart by its embarrassingly stock finale.
Insufferable people in an insufferable story, The In Crowd fails in even the tiniest ways when trying to pare down the sexual thriller to PG-13.
Kevin James takes on a brutal villain's role in Becky, a film willing to ask what happens when society forces kids to grow up too fast.
A forgettable entry in Sarah Michelle Gellar's career, Possession lands with a thud.