Daft teens get drunk, wander through the woods, and end up stalked by a killer — I think we’ve seen this movie before. Splintered is an unoriginal horror/thriller that has high production values, but that’s about it.
An edge-of-the-seat adventure/thriller set in the Scottish Highlands, A Lonely Place to Die is one of the best films in the genre to come along in a while. Despite the barebones Blu-ray release, this is still a easy one to recommend.
The first in StudioCanal’s series of Hammer releases arrives with this Double Play release of the cult horror classic Dracula: Prince of Darkness.
Neverland is an interesting prequel to the Peter Pan story that fits in with the mythology nicely.
A hip and refreshing horror experience from the BBC, The Fades’ first season arrives in a solid Blu-ray package well worth the price of admission.
A well directed crime drama with slick cinematography and strong cast is hindered by a somewhat unsatisfying script. But never fear, this Blu-ray release from Sony is still a good watch making it good rental material.
The BFI unearths another forgotten Swinging Sixties exploitation flick with this Dual Format edition of Her Private Hell.
The BBC’s hit sci-fi series Primeval arrives in Blu-ray in strong high definition release.
A disappointingly average war film with a middling high definition transfer, Age of Heroes is filled with wasted potential.
An art house classic about the artist David Hockney in the early 1970s is brought back into the public consciousness the way only the BFI can in this solid, region-free, Dual Format edition.