Better than your average paranormal film, Dark Skies is one worth checking out for fans of the genre.
Boris Karloff anchors Mario Bava’s classic horror triptych, Black Sabbath, with a chilling late-career performance.
John Dies at the End puts a strange twist on the comedy/horror genre that’s worth checking out.
Sookie’s (mis)adventures continue in another round of this campy, sexy, blood-drenched season of True Blood, filled with so many unexpected twists it’ll give you a neck ache.
Mario Bava’s gruesome 1972 genre classic is one you won’t want to watch alone in the dark.
Supposedly scary, yet not really so, Anchor Bay’s Shadow People is just a bore.
Another whacky entry into the comedy splatterfest genre from the folks at Sushi Typhoon arrives on Blu-ray from Well Go USA.
A wholly unnecessary wrap up to the Scanners franchise, Scanners III arrives on Blu-ray with a poor transfer worthy of the poor quality of the film itself.
A disappointing sequel to David Cronenberg’s cult classic is offered up on Blu-ray with a middling transfer from Second Sight Films.
While over-the-top at times, Magnolia’s Storage 24 is still entertaining enough to warrant a viewing.