One blockbuster and two series made for excellent viewing this week. I have to say that cable has the right idea with the 10-episode series. The writing stays sharp and none of the talent burns out. The success of “The Walking...
If you go into the woods today, you're in for a big surprise, and i'm not talking about a cozy picnic with teddy bears. A demented backwoods killer has staked out this forest, but at least he's easy to spot, since he is rocking a...
A New Jersey circuit court judge and a criminal defense attorney join forces to take a bite out of crime, and rockabilly musicians, in this low-budget horror effort that piles on extra helpings of gore and black humor.
Science fiction and horror were all the rage this week in a quartet of releases that offer future, past and present-day settings.
One big box office juggernaut couldn't hold a candle to a trio of more modestly budgeted releases as October got underway.
A timid ice cream parlor clerk may also be the psycho killer slaughtering former high school basketball players in this art house horror flick that was produced by John Landis, “An American Werewolf in London.”
A captain's first voyage turns into a nightmare, when two crew members unleash a sinister plot that hinges on slaughtering all of their shipmates in this dark thriller from the fabulous 1950s.
This week looked pretty bleak for renters wanting a new blockbuster but there were plenty of gems in the crop.