Robin Williams is strong in this dramatic role, but this 2003 yuppie thriller is far from chilling.
Shimizu Takashi’s sequel to his 2009 hit Shock Labyrinth has none of the shock and none of the originality that made its predecessor a worthwhile experience.
Hollywood B-movie makeup effects maven Robert Hall’s semi-autobiographical story about getting out of small town USA is a charming slice of life drama.
Criterion Collection brings Roman Polanski’s horror classic to Blu-ray in a splendidly rendered transfer packed with high quality bonus materials.
One of the best dark thrillers of the past two decades, The Game returns in a Blu-ray restoration, courtesy of The Criterion Collection. Michael Douglas gives a tour-de-force performance as a self-centered financier who gets drawn unwittingly into a “game” that is much more than he bargained for.
David Fincher proved he had game in this 1997 psycho-drama follow up to his hit film Seven.
Orson Welle’s psycho-drama The Trial gets a spiffed up Blu-ray release from StudioCanal Collection in the UK that most people will be very pleased with.
Rebecca De Mornay is sexy, scary, and rocks in this suburban psycho-thriller classic.
This mediocre psychological drama from director D. W. Brown has one thing going for it, and that’s Olivia Wilde.
Despite being an uncredited remake of the classic 1961 film The Innocents, The Others still offers lots of good, atmospheric horror.