What does it look like inside the head of someone like Ted Bundy or Gary Gilmore? For the schizophrenic protagonist of "The Voices," Jerry (Ryan Reynolds), it's very colorful.
The gorgeously shot twist on the vampire tale "A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night" is an instant indie-classic with a stunning Blu-ray release by Kino Lorber.
After the successful outing featuring those cute but mischievous set of furry monsters known as "Gremlins a whole slew of cheap knock-offs came on the film market quickly. One such imitator can now be seen as a Blu-ray double-feature from the Scream Factory folks.
Do yourself a favor and purchase John Carpenter's scathing political satire Blu-ray before the recently announced, dreaded remake comes to theaters.
The title of Scream Factory's latest Blu-ray evokes an air of mystery and shuddering fear that doesn't quite come to fruition.
For first-time director Angela Bassett, the biopic "Whitney" is an ambitious endeavor revealing the trials and tribulations of the world-wide sensation as portrayed by the talented YaYa DaCosta.
Some shots achieve the same sense of balletic motion that Kubrick's "2001" did -- they're pulp poetry.
One person walking by herself for a thousand miles doesn't seem like the basis for a compelling drama, but a flashback-filled, almost impressionistic narrative and astounding nature photography helps adapt a contemplative book into a transformative movie.
Presented on Blu-ray for the first time from Scream Factory, the depiction of a new music teacher and his run-ins with a gang of ne'er-do-well kids at the local high school comes to life in high definition.
Believe the hype: This IFC Films movie really can lay claim to being the scariest in years.