Category Archives: Horror Reviews

Movie Review-Dawn Of The Dead Collector’s Edition (Blu Ray)

Review-Looking back on the 2004 remake of “ Dawn of the Dead” shows just how far the world has come. James Gunn helped write this film. James Gunn now is a successful director after his two trips into the MCU. Zack Snyder directed this film and he is now a director in the DCU at

Movie Review-Wish Upon (Blu Ray)

Review-Have you ever had a dinner at an expensive place and the food was good but you felt for the money, you should have had better food? This is how I felt watching John R. Leonetti;s Wish Upon. I felt the film was fine, but in the end I was really hoping for more out

Movie Review-Blood Feast

Review-” Blood Feast” is another one of those films that I feel, if it came out in the last ten years, it would never have been as talked about. “ Blood Feast” is one of those films that its legacy, is actually better than its reality. The opening seems to be a play on the

Movie Review-The Cropsey Incident (DVD)

Review-What New World Video was to Roger Corman, Wild Eye Releasing is to Rob Hauschild. I believe if the internet was in full swing when New World Video was populating the video store that fans would have shit on every film. Not so much for the quality of the film, but more for them feeling

Movie Review-Lycan (DVD)

Review-Lycan is a film that I feel most horror fans will be split on. Directed by Bev Land, Lycan is a mesh up of sorts. It tries to use a mentality of today with a mindset of the 80’s. The camera work in this film is unique and ambitious. You can tell that someone did

Movie Review-It Stains the Sands Red (Blu-ray)

Review-It seems that I have heard of this premise before. A young woman against the zombie plague. It just feels like this is not the first time I have heard of this. It Stains the Sands Red wants you to think they are re-inventing the wheel. The film opens when the zombie apocalypse has wiped

Movie Review-Popcorn (Blu Ray)

Review-Synapse Films finally gives us the long awaited blu ray of Popcorn. Popcorn is a forgotten little treasure that capitalized on Jill Schoelen. In this film she plays Maggie. She is a film student who has been recording her nightmares. I know the old adage of always beware of a horror film that starts off

Movie Review-Children Of The Corn (Special Edition Blu-ray)

Brand new 2K restoration from the original camera negative High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation Original stereo and 5.1 DTS-HD MA audio options Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Brand new audio commentary with horror journalist Justin Beahm and Children of the Corn historian John Sullivan Audio commentary with director Fritz Kiersch,

Movie Review-Warm Bodies (4K Ultra HD 4K Digital)

Coming out October 3rd Review-I will be honest as much as I love the 4K experience, it feels that they are not pulling the trigger on the films I feel would really work on this format. As much as I loved Warm Bodies when I saw it at the theaters, I did not feel this

Movie Review-Cult of Chucky (Blu Ray)

Review-It is very hard to believe that next year will mark the 30 year anniversary of Child’s Play. in 1988, I can remember when television shows were talking about this scary doll and the impact it will have on younger viewers. 30 years later and 7 films later, it seems that the doll is not