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The Mutilator

Blu-Ray Review – The Mutilator is a Surprisingly Gory Slasher

When Ed was a young boy, he accidentally shot and killed his mother while trying to clean his father’s (Big Ed) gun. Now an adult, Ed and five of his college friends head to his father’s c...

Pieces

Pieces is Delightfully Nasty [Blu-ray Review]

Pieces follows the murderous exploits of a psychopath on a college campus in Boston Massachusetts. The killer stalks and kills coeds in a quest to collect their body parts for his human jigsaw puzzle....

Frankenstein

Advance Blu-ray Review: Frankenstein (2015)

Given that it’s directed by Candyman helmer Bernard Rose, I expected Frankenstein to be good. But I was actually pleasantly surprised by how good it is, considering that I was initially thrown off by ...

Turbo Kid 2

Review: Turbo Kid (Limited Edition Blu-Ray) Kicks Ass!

Turbo Kid is a violent, post-apocalyptic, BMX love story with an outcast orphan child taking center stage. It is a throwback to the awesomely bad grindhouse epics of the 1980s. It takes place in the d...

Crimson Peak

Blu-ray Review: Crimson Peak is an Atmospheric Gothic Ghost Story

In Crimson Peak a young woman moves into her new husband’s family home, which is located atop a mountain made of red clay. Once there, she begins to notice restless spirits lurking around the pr...

Freaks of Nature Movie

Blu-ray Review: Freaks of Nature is Not Sure What it Wants to Be

The students at a high school teaming with young vampires and zombies must learn to work together when an alien attack catches everyone squarely off guard. But can they quit bickering and put their di...

Advance Blu-Ray Review – Estranged Delivers the Thrills

After getting into a motorcycle crash with her boyfriend and being left in a wheelchair temporarily, January returns to her family home to recuperate. But the accident has left her with no memory of h...

Hangman

Blu-Ray Review: Hangman is a Different Spin on the Home Invasion Thriller

Hangman follows a family whose home a homicidal drifter has taken up residence in while they were on vacation. The madman stays out of sight in their attic but as the days progress, he becomes more da...

Goosebumps

Blu-Ray Review: Goosebumps is Great Fun for the Whole Family!

When Zach and his mother relocate to a small town, he initially misses city life. But things start to look up when he meets next door neighbor Hannah. When Zach opens a manuscript in Hannah’s ho...

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