Tag: horror

Dark Water

Dark Water

Screen Reviews

J-Horror classic Dark Water (2002) makes the skin crawl with an unease that lasts long after the film is over. Phil Bailey reviews the new Arrow Video release.

Tremors 2: Aftershocks

Tremors 2: Aftershocks

Screen Reviews

Earl is about to learn the Graboids have evolved and are deadlier than ever! Tremors 2: Aftershocks, the 1996 film by the original Tremors creative team, gets a 4k restoration for modern audiences.

City of the Living Dead

City of the Living Dead

Screen Reviews

Cauldron Films’ new UHD/Blu-ray release of Lucio Fulci’s City of the Living Dead (1980) preserves one of the best Italian horror films, according to Phil Bailey.

Lover’s Lane

Lover’s Lane

Screen Reviews

Phil Bailey reviews this Blu-ray release of Lover’s Lane, the unfairly forgotten 1999 Valentine’s Day slasher co-starring Anna Farris.

The House that Screamed

The House that Screamed

Screen Reviews

Macabre masterpiece The House that Screamed gets a stunning Blu-ray makeover, revealing a release good enough to convert non-believers. Phil Bailey reviews.

The Dunwich Horror

The Dunwich Horror

Screen Reviews

Phil Bailey finds Daniel Haller’s second valiant attempt to adapt H.P. Lovecraft to the screen, The Dunwich Horror, a real treat.

Audrey Rose (1977)

Audrey Rose (1977)

Screen Reviews

The prestige horror film Audrey Rose gets a new life on Blu-ray from Arrow Video. Phil Bailey reviews.

Gothic Fantastico: Four Italian Tales of Terror

Gothic Fantastico: Four Italian Tales of Terror

Screen Reviews

Lady Morgan’s Vengeance, The Blancheville Monster, The Third Eye, The Witch, four lesser-known films from the golden age of Italian gothic horror, are unearthed for this creepy and impressive Blu-ray set. Phil Bailey reviews.

Hell High

Hell High

Screen Reviews

Forgotten ’80s horror film Hell High returns on Blu-ray from Arrow. Phil Bailey reviews.

Giallo Essentials: Black Edition

Giallo Essentials: Black Edition

Screen Reviews

Smile Before Death, The Weapon, the Hour, and the Motive, and The Killer Reserved Nine Seats lurk in the shadows no longer, thanks to the latest limited edition of Arrow’s Giallo Essentials. Phil Bailey reviews three films.

Watcher

Watcher

Screen Reviews

Chloe Okuna’s new thriller Watcher is an immersive journey into fear. Review by Phil Bailey.

The Initiation of Sarah

The Initiation of Sarah

Screen Reviews

Classic made-for-TV horror film The Initiation of Sarah (1978) has a great homecoming with Arrow Video’s new, loaded Blu-ray release. Review by Phil Bailey.

X

X

Screen Reviews

X, the new slasher from A24, delivers on the sex and violence.

Deadly Games

Deadly Games

Screen Reviews

Long forgotten slasher Deadly Games emerges from the darkness on a new Arrow Video Blu-ray.

Shock (1977)

Shock (1977)

Screen Reviews

Arrow Video delivers Mario Bava’s final film, Shock, on Blu-ray.

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Features

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Basket Case

Basket Case

Screen Reviews

Frank Henenlotter’s gory grindhouse classic Basket Case looks as grimy as the streets of Times Square, and that is one of the film’s greatest assets. Arrow Video gives this unlikely candidate a welcome fresh release.

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Jimmy Failla

Event Reviews

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Lonnie Walker

Features

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Los Lobos

Event Reviews

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Always… Patsy Cline

Always… Patsy Cline

Archikulture Digest

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Lorraine of the Lions

Lorraine of the Lions

Screen Reviews

A lady Tarzan and her gorilla have a rough time adapting to high society in Lorraine of the Lions (1925), one of four silent films on Accidentally Preserved: Volume 5, unleashed by Ben Model and Undercrank Productions, with musical scores by Jon C. Mirsalis.