Death Factory is a familiar-feeling movie that is bad in a fun way.
Aquarium of the Dead is brought to you by The Asylum, makers of Sharknado and the Zoombies movies. Expect more of the same, if you’re into the sort of thing.
Army of the Dead (2008) has cursed gold, undead skeletal conquistadors, and a fair amount of blood and explosions, but is it even worth a free viewing on Tubi?
Death Rink is about as basic as a slasher gets, but even a basic slasher can still be pretty good.
The Rental, the directorial debut of Dave Franco, is a good if somewhat familiar dramatic thriller.
Entrails of a Virgin mixes softcore porn with gore, but is the mixture done well?
Terrifier is a bloody slasher with a throwback feel, but does the lack of a fully-developed sympathetic character hurt its effectiveness?
Jigsaw is a fine jumping-on point for new viewers who got lost along the path known as Saw, but is it a path worth joining?
Happy Death Day is billed as a slasher and is being lauded by some as a step towards the revival of the sub-genre, but is the movie really worthy of those distinctions?
Long thought to be lost to time, the horror-themed sexploitation film The Satanist was rediscovered after over 40 years. Is it worth watching though, or should it have stayed forgotten?