Europe's answer to Romero's Night of the Living Dead, The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue, is a zombie classic in its own right.
Umma makes a strong metaphor for the anxiety of motherhood, but it's a tepid dud as a horror movie.
Anthony Perkins is an evil delight in the Hammer-esque throwback Edge of Sanity, devilishly sexual and saturated by drugs.
As much a nature attacks thriller as it is historical condemnation of British colonialism, Ghost and the Darkness is successful studio filmmaking.
2LDK is a raw, violent and darkly biting satire about two actresses fed up with each other, going for the jugular.
A tight, mostly candid look back at Norwegian's biggest pop success, a-ha.
An attempt to portray anxiety and mental health through the lens or airline horror, Row 19 fails in connecting through its story.
A DC anthology of four animated shorts, three previously released as bonus features, are headlined by a new epilogue to Justice League Dark: Apokolips War in Constantine: House of …
Desperate Hour tries to compartmentalize an real world American nightmare, but it's ultimately flaccid as it stalls from the outset.
Ryu Murakami's engaging NC-17 Tokyo Decadence is about the inner emotional turmoil of a heart-broken call girl struggling for happiness.
Relentless and extreme torture porn from Italy, Xpiation produces a taut narrative and oddly compelling characters.
An engrossing murder mystery and condemnation of southern Civil Rights-era biases, In the Heat of the Night is a brooding, sizzling police procedural.