A better-than-average horror anthology from two of horror’s reigning masters, Body Bags benefits considerably from an HD upgrade that’s been fleshed out with some salient supplements by Shout! Factory.
It feels like an introductory chapter to a more substantive, sprawling study of the actor.
Its violence, its gore, and its torrential mayhem is hard to miss.
A largely sentimental documentary of the final months of the Valhalla of New York punk clubs and the failed attempts to save it.
More nostalgic than realistic, Deuces Wild paints an unimaginative portrait of macho bullshit.