Most horror fans will admit to feeling anything but genuine excitement when it was announced a no-name director would be
Quentin Tarantino isn't as impressed as the rest of us.
In a now six-year-old Blu-ray review for Scream Factory’s Army of Darkness (1992) I proclaimed—in the opening sentence—that edition was
As of the publication of this post, the Child’s Play series has amassed an impressive seven films, one television series
When Child’s Play (1988) proved to be a hit with audiences—it was United Artists’ second-highest grossing film of the year
Sure, the movie is a misfire, but Craven fans will still dig this new release.
Scream Factory has done an outstanding job of bringing so many Hammer titles home in excellent editions.
Gay vampires? Yes, please.
'Alligator' is more than just a B-grade riff on 'Jaws'.
Anthony Arrigo reviews Wes Craven's subpar Deadly Friend.
Can you spot them?
Not nearly as good as its reputation suggests, 'Alone in the Dark' is notable for having a stellar cast but