Osombie is way over-the-top at times, but is still semi-entertaining for a ‘shut your brain’ off afternoon. If you have nothing better to watch, then give this one a spin for some mindless entertainment.
War of the Dead is a wartime horror/thriller that’s as dead as a doornail.
Director Paul W. S. Anderson takes Resident Evil back to its video game roots, continues to remake The Matrix and Ghost in the Shell, and dishes up a hyperactive visual feast with Resident Evil: Retribution. It won’t attract any new fans but should satisfy the RE faithful.
A bland zombie story, mixed in with a rather weak video/audio presentation, make Shout! Factory’s Blu-ray for Remains one you can skip.
The dead continue to rise and so do the thrills in this excellent second season of AMC’s The Walking Dead, now creeping your way in a high quality Blu-ray edition from Anchor Bay.
This punk-infused 80s horror classic arrives on Blu-ray in a limited edition steelbook package packed with 5-hours worth of bonus materials that fans won’t want to miss.
Bland acting, a poor story and unbelievable action pieces all add up to an Experiment you just shouldn’t mess with.
The Dead is an average zombie flick that follows all the basic rules of the genre, but shifts the action to the beauty of the African landscape. Sadly the U.S. release from Anchor Bay is equally as underwhelming as the previous UK release from the studio.
Funimation’s City Under Siege is an entertaining enough action film, of which arrives on Blu-ray with fine video and audio.
Yoshihiro Nishimura’s latest absurdist horror film, Helldriver, is just a plain bad zombie flick. Its nonsensical plot, lack of humor and scares make it not worth bothering with, and the lackluster MPEG-2 high definition transfer is like something out of 2006.