Poker Night is your average horror/thriller that borrows heavily from other films to spin its tale.
The Other is a subtle early-seventies horror/thriller that is refreshing in its thoughtfulness and lack of gore.
A brooding and atmospheric counterpoint to the blaxploitation vampire genre of the 1970s, Ganja & Hess is a story of lust, addiction, and immortality.
A newlywed couple are overtaken by strange occurrences on the remote lakeside village where they spend their honeymoon in the under the radar low budget horror flick Honeymoon.
Vincent Price in Six Gothic Tales collects the actor’s classic 1960s roles in B-movie filmmaker Roger Corman’s Edgar Allan Poe cycle.
The bone chilling original slasher classic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre returns to UK store shelves in the 40th anniversary 4K restoration overseen by Tobe Hopper himself.
HBO’s True Blood takes a final bow with this complete series set on Blu-ray with Digital Copy in time for the gift giving season.
Vincent Price was a king of the B-movie and this second collection of his biggest horror films from Shout! Factory more than justifies his position at the top of the pedestal.
With Blacula: The Complete Collection, Eureka Classics brings the ’70s Blaxploitation horror film and its sequel to Blu-ray in time for the holidays.
The brutal 1970 cult classic Mark of the Devil doesn’t have quite the shock value it once did but genre fans will still love it.