With a beautiful look and sound, and a long list of extras, “Last Night In Soho’s” 4K release is a great pick up.
“Scream” continues Wes Craven’s legacy with a story that is just as clever and suspenseful as its predecessors.
Following a predictable plot with formulaic action, “The 355” fumbles the potential of a talented cast.
“Malignant” and “Cry Macho” are hitting shelves, but the bonus features are slim.
Find out how you can win a free Blu-ray copy of “Candyman.”
“Red Notice” is undoubtedly big, but it’s also unnecessarily messy, painfully unfunny and, well, just plain dumb.
While “Antlers” delivers when it comes to scares and monsters, its plot is far too thematically overwhelming to properly execute on everything it wishes to explore.
Season 3 of Netflix’s sensual murder mystery “You” starts streaming Friday, and it’s the show’s craziest season yet.
“The Guilty” proves itself to be a worthy foreign remake, putting a relevant American twist on its source material that makes it feel fresh.
The Blu-ray release of “Escape Room: Tournament of Champions” comes with an extended cut that feels like a whole new movie.
Blending family drama with supernatural horror and a revenge narrative, “When I Consume You” does its best to find fear in everyday life, but the results are a meandering, overly complex dud.
What Fantasia Festival’s “Baby Money” lacks in big-budget flair it makes up for in thrills and suspense.
With thrilling monster encounters and new, inventive ways to deal with a world gone silent, “A Quiet Place Part II” does nothing but build on its predecessor.
“Riders of Justice” is a shining example of Danish cinema, combining the grit of an action-thriller and the humanity and lightheartedness of real life.
Bonus Features: Celebrate the 25th anniversary of ‘Mission: Impossible’ with limited-edition Blu-ray
Twenty-five years after the international spy franchise first got its start, Paramount Home Entertainment is taking us back to where it all began with a limited-edition Blu-ray of “Mission: Impossible.”
In “In the Earth” director Ben Wheatley has crafted a truly mesmerizing experience, as the mounting dread is felt in every passing minute.