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Now Streaming: TRUTH SEEKERS, Now I'm a Believer

Nick Frost, Samson Kayo, Malcolm McDowell, Susie Wokoma, Emma D'Arcy, and Simon Pegg star in an amiable series about paranormal investigators, now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

Review: THE COURIER, Modest Spy Thriller

Benedict Cumberbatch, Merab Ninidze and Rachel Brosnahan star in a thriller, directed by Dominic Cooke.

Review: KINDRED, Mother Does Not Always Know Best

Tamara Lawrance, Jack Lowden and Fiona Shaw star in director Joe Marcantonio's psychological thriller.

70s Rewind: DEATH LINE, People Are Hungry Underground

Donald Pleasance stars in a grungy and gritty tale of going underground, directed by Gary Sherman and now streaming on The Criterion Channel.

70s Rewind: THEATER OF BLOOD, Critics Beware

Vincent Price and Diana Rigg star in a British horror-comedy, now streaming on Shudder.

KINDRED Trailer: Everything Is Not Under Control

Surrounded by people she doesn't know, a pregnant woman has good reason to question the person who tries to assure her by saying: "Everything is under control." Because, in the psychological thriller Kindred, everything is decidedly not under control, as...

Now Streaming: DEPARTURE, Playful Pulp Popcorn

Archie Panjabi, Kris Holden-Ried and Christopher Plummer star in the limited series, now streaming on Peacock. Plus: What's Peacock?

70s Rewind: THE BEAST MUST DIE, Declares Calvin Lockhart

Calvin Lockhart, Marlene Clark and Peter Cushing star in a British horror film from Amicus Productions and director Paul Annett.

Review: In THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD, Charles Dickens Gets an Update

Dev Patel stars in director Armando Iannucci's fresh new adaptation of Charles Dickens' venerable novel.

Now On Demand: THE BARGE PEOPLE Will Definitely Upset a Relaxing Weekend

Kate Davies-Speak, Mark McKirdy, Makenna Guyler, and Matt Swales star in a horror-thriller, directed by Charlie Steeds.

Review: THE SHADOW OF VIOLENCE, Fresh, Original Take on Toxic Masculinity

Cosmo Jarvis, Barry Keoghan, and Liam Carney star in director Nick Rowland's crime drama.

Arrow Video FrightFest 2020: Lineup Starts With SKY SHARKS And Looks Bloody Good

Some 25 films have been announced to celebrate the 21st bloody year of a beloved genre film festival. As we heard in June, Arrow Video FrightFest is going virtual for its next edition, which will be held, as is tradition,...

Exclusive LEGACY OF LIES Clip: Scott Adkins, I Need Your Help

We are big fans of Mr. Scott Adkins. Period. Full stop. His new action action movie, Legacy of Lies, directed by Adrian Bol, looks likely to keep up his streak of entertaining pictures that fairly well explode on the screen....

Review: AMULET, Horrors of War, Off the Battlefield

Directed by Romola Garai, the horror thriller stars Carla Juri, Alec Secareanu, Imelda Staunton, and Angeliki Papoulia.

Review: NINA FOREVER, Blood and Sex, Dark But Droll

Cian Barry, Abigail Hardingham, and Mandeep Dhillon star in the horror comedy-drama, directed by Ben Blaine and Chris Blaine, now streaming on Shudder.

Review: CARMILLA, New, Refreshing Take on Old Vampire Tale

Tobias Menzies, Jessica Raine, and Greg Wise star in Emily Harris' fantasy drama.

THE SHADOW OF VIOLENCE Trailer: The Things That You Do

Originally titled Calm With Horses when it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2019, Nick Rowland's crime drama is now known as The Shadow of Violence, which is, perhaps, a much more direct title, as a new trailer...

Review: ARCHIVE Collects Underdeveloped Sci-Fi Ideas and Themes

Theo James, Stacy Martin, Rhona Mitra, and Toby Jones star in Gavin Rothery's sci-fi adventure.

PRECARIOUS Trailer Teases Fantasy, Adventure and Something That Is Quite Unique

Something quite unique appears to be unfolding in the first Precarious trailer: a wild imagination. The trailer, which can be watched on the film's official site, looks absolutely splendid and is quite intriguing. Directed by Weston Terray, cast members include...

GANGS OF LONDON Heading to Blu-ray

A bloody British gangster series, made for television, is now heading to Blu-ray, which is exciting news for people who live in Region B (and you know who you are) and/or own a multi-region Blu-ray player, not least because Gareth...