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Malevolence Blu-ray Review

Indie Slasher Trilogy Malevolence may not be an essential slasher but delivers suspenseful terror in spades. Filmmaker Stevan Mena’s debut feature was a no-nonsense thriller that hit during the …

Find Me Guilty Blu-ray Review

Loyalty on Trial Vin Diesel plays mobster Jackie DiNorscio in Find Me Guilty. It’s a true story. New York prosecutors sought to take down the mob, DiNorscio defended himself, …

Hoax Blu-ray Review

Bigfoot Reality Show Becomes A Bloodbath Hunting for Bigfoot in the forests of Colorado, a sleazy reality show producer gets more than he bargained for in Hoax. Dragging along …

Assassinaut Blu-ray Review

Children Are the Future In Assassinaut’s future, the US government fired nukes to wipe out aliens living among the population. That’s an extreme answer to the problem, bringing out …

They’re Inside Blu-ray Review

Subverting Home Invasion Tropes Big scares and surprising frights fill director John-Paul Panelli’s They’re Inside. Deconstructing and subverting home invasion movies like The Strangers, the bruising thriller is one …

Blood Paradise Blu-ray Review

Pastoral Swedish Murder Artsploitation Films has explored a wide range of underground horror from across the world, often highlighting clever filmmaking like the amazing Snowflake for North American audiences. …

Bachman: Special Edition Blu-ray Review

Canadian Documentary Takes Care of Business Originally airing in Canada on CBC’s Documentary Channel, Bachman: Special Edition delves into the musical career and family life of Randy Bachman, the …

Winter Passing Blu-ray Review

More Like Depression Staying The New York of 2005 is a perfect setting for this dry indie from the new millennium. New York looks mournful and tired. So do …