The strangest horror film you've never seen makes its high-definition debut.
An in-depth analysis of the Universal Soldier series, including the two entries that brought it back to life.
This made-for-Sci-Fi Channel flick is goofy and corny, but also undeniably charming.
Arnold Schwarzenegger punches his way into the 12 Flops of Christmas with 1996's love letter to consumer culture Jingle All the Way
The U.K.’s answer to Goodfellas hits blu-ray courtesy of Twilight Time.
The Exorcist author William Peter Blatty's directorial debut is equal parts thrilling, horrific, hilarious, and touching.
One hundred years of Shakespeare adaptations leads to the most beautiful, savage, and energetic.
It's Kevin Dillon's mullet vs. The Blob in this blu-ray release from Twilight Time.
Seventy years before Tarantino, Fritz Lang takes a "what-if?" approach to his 1941 film about assassinating Adolf Hitler.
Sam Peckinpah's manly film about manly men gets the blu-ray treatment from Twilight Time.
Your new favorite filmmakers you have yet to meet.
The remake of The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a brutally beautiful film, brought to life in an impressive feature debut by director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon.