The Arrow Video Blu-ray of the 1975 giallo sleazefest, ‘Strip Nude for Your Killer,’ looks great. Tim Murr says the movie isn’t bad, either.
‘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.
Big news from Arrow Video, WonderCon, and the DCEU as Tim Murr remembers some genre icons while celebrating the drive-in mutants in ‘The Week in Horror.’
‘Color Me Blood Red’ skewers the art world with a mixture of gore, intensity, and silliness in this Arrow Video Blu-ray restoration.
Arrow Video’s restoration of ‘The Fifth Cord’ is informative and beautiful to look at but, with the exception of Franco Nero, the movie is unimpressive.
The Italian thriller, ‘The Forbidden Photos of a Lady above Suspicion,’ tones down the violence and ramps up the creepiness in this Arrow Video Blu-ray.
Three great, yet misunderstood, American directors take the spotlight in this Holiday Gift Guide, featuring Blu-rays for the niche film fan in your life.
The Arrow Video Blu-ray restoration of Sergio Martino’s giallo, ‘Torso,’ looks great on the screen but can’t make improvements to the film itself.
Arrow Video’s 4K restoration of the director’s cut the highly-esteemed giallo, ‘Deep Red,’ is the best way to watch Dario Argento’s classic at home.
In this edition of The Week In Horror, Tim Murr talks more Miskatonic classes, upcoming Arrow Video releases, and news on the new Swamp Thing TV series.
There’s something to be respected about The Gore Gore Girls, a lack of discernible attitude and a willingness to throw everything possible at the screen and see what sticks, only to slide slowly down, leaving a trail of goo in its wake.
The Arrow Video Blu-Ray release of Massimo Dallamano’s ‘What Have They Done to Your Daughters?’ is gorgeous and informative, but the special features may be better than the actual film.