Director Tilman Singer’s feature debut, ‘Luz,’ is a harrowing, hypnotic, and riveting demonic possession movie unlike any other.
Fantasia Fest’s opening film, ‘Sadako,’ brings director Hideo Nakata back to the ‘Ringu’ franchise, but doesn’t provide much in the way of fright.
Heroes & Villains braves the forces of nature to bring you a spoiler-free review of the latest MCU flick, ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home.’
The Arrow Video Blu-ray release of ‘Trapped Alive’ features a fantastic monster surrounded by unintentional hilarity in an abandoned mine.
Gigi Saul Guerrero’s feature debut, ‘Culture Shock,’ is a terrifying look at immigration, which recently premiered at the Cinepocalypse Film Fest.
Lucky McKee’s suburban horror movie, ‘Kindred Spirits,’ brings an ominous air of murderous psychodrama to the Cinepocalypse Film Fest.
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.
Is Dark Phoenix better than X-Men: The Last Stand? By a country mile, for sure. Is it the best X-Men movie ever? Not even close!
BBP’s Andy Burns (surprisingly) found a lot to enjoy with the final X-Men film.
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.