We Are What We Are offer up a creepy, atmospheric Gothic take on the Mexican original
The Conjuring is a truly frightening haunted house film you won’t want to watch alone.
Vincent Price chills in the original 3D horror classic House of Wax now on Blu-ray 3D/2D from Warner
What was meant as the last chapter in The Ring franchise turns out to be nothing more than a bad excuse to keep the machine rolling. Sadako 3D isn’t worth any horror fan’s time.
John Cusack’s performance helps power this suspenseful indie thriller from director Kasper Barfoed, making it a more than worthy effort and an enjoyable popcorn flick.
De Palma’s stylish homage to Antonioni’s art-house masterpiece Blow-Up arrives with a strong new high definition transfer overseen by the director himself.
This British mystery mini-series has an interesting concept and strong cast, but stumbles on its execution.
This cloak and dagger mini-series from the BBC set in the years leading up to World War II is richly filmed, but poorly executed.
Supposedly scary, yet not really so, Anchor Bay’s Shadow People is just a bore.
David Cronenberg’s cult classic Scanners gets a strong Steelbook release from Second Sight. The riveting, visually stunning sci-fi horror story straddles the line between 70s grit and 80s gloss, is over-the-top, visceral, and addictive in its paranoia.