Mario Bava’s gruesome 1972 genre classic is one you won’t want to watch alone in the dark.
Love Crime is a guilty pleasure of revenge carried by its two strong leads in Kristin Scott Thomas and Ludivine Sagnier.
A relatively minor film from George A. Romero’s output, this unusual action/fantasy biker film nevertheless gets a solid, feature-rich release from the folks at Arrow Video.
Deadly Blessing is one of horror director Wes Craven’s lesser efforts, but it does have a few scene-stealing moments from Ernest Borgnine.
21 Days: The Heineken Kidnapping is a missed opportunity. The film, a fictionalized accounting of the 1983 kidnapping of brewing magnate Freddy Heineken, falls flat.
Mario Bava’s cult classic, The House of Exorcism, arrives in its original, unreleased version, Lisa and the Devil, from Arrow Films, with an underwhelming transfer, but a feature-rich package.
Mario Bava’s classic 1960 Italian Gothic horror film starring “scream Queen” Barbara Steele arrives in strong, feature-rich Blu-ray edition from Arrow Films.
This suspense/thriller from Down Under has a few good scares and nice production values, but plot holes leave it more chuckle-worthy than thrilling.
This 1978 Euan Lloyd-produced cult action film features three of the most familiar veteran British actors in Richard Burton, Richard Harris, and Roger Moore, but the story is a silly spectacle of humor and action sequences worthy of its cult status.
This cult action/thriller may be a longtime coming on Blu-ray for some, but the disappointing transfer will still leave many wanting.