There are some serious horrors that have come to Blu-ray, direct from the archives of Universal Studios, courtesy of Scream Factory.
‘The Swerve,’ premiering today at Cinepocalypse, is a grim depiction of a woman’s breakdown highlighted by a tremendous performance by Azura Skye.
‘Belzebuth,’ playing at this year’s Cinepocalypse Film Fest, overcomes casting problems to become one of the scariest movies in recent memory.
‘The Dead Don’t Die,’ Jim Jarmusch’s meta zombie comedy, fills the screen with great characters, then kills most of them.
Godzilla may have been king of the box office this weekend, but it’s fair to say that his reign wasn’t all that impressive.
What if Superman was born bad? That’s the question ‘Brightburn’ asks and answers with bloody detail.
After nearly turning it off, Andy Burns discovers that Escape Room is a decent thriller that works within its PG-13 boundaries.
‘On the President’s Orders,’ directed by James Jones and Olivier Sarbil, is a jarring account of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs.
A look at how private interests are taking over American politics, ‘The Corporate Coup D’État’ makes its Canadian debut at Hot Docs 2019 in Toronto, Canada.
‘The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire’ looks great on Arrow Video’s 2K restoration, but the movie itself is renowned for not making a lick of sense.
The legendary Michael Ironside is currently featured in Hellmington, a new film from the writing/directing team of Jay Drakulic and Alex Lee Williams.
Forget how great the trailers were. Pet Sematary is an early contender for worst film of 2019. It didn’t have to be this way.