Steve Anderson has been writing about movies on a continuing basis since 2004. His work has been seen in a variety of places like Film Threat, Monsters and Critics, and Movieweb. He was the former lead reviewer for Screenhead before making the jump to EntertainmentTell, and has covered topics from electronics to politics and economics, and just about everything in between.

Blu-ray Review: Last Action Hero

It was one of the biggest movies that 1993 could offer up, and for those of us who remember 1993, our friends out at Mill Creek Entertainment are about to give us a shot of nostalgia the likes of which few will be able to touch. Specifically, they sent out a copy of “Last Action more »

Blu-ray Review: Open Grave

It may not seem like the greatest time for horror film, especially given that horror’s big season won’t start for another three months yet, but there’s seldom a bad time to get ready and build up a backlog for the long, cold, dark months ahead, and that’s where Cinedigm comes in, who sent out a more »

Blu-ray Review: The Legend of Billie Jean

Fair is fair…that’s a lesson from earliest childhood that tends to get lost in the complexity of adulthood. It’s easy to slip out of one’s obligations by using the language rather than the intent of an agreement, or by denying an agreement was ever struck. Our friends at Mill Creek Entertainment sent over a copy more »

DVD Review: Hell on Wheels: The Complete Third Season

The building of the railroad in the United States was no small task, and the people behind its construction no small people. Nowhere is that more obvious than with “Hell on Wheels,” and our friends out at Entertainment One sent out a copy of “Hell on Wheels: The Complete Third Season” for us to review more »

DVD Review: The Den

If you’ve ever looked at Chatroulette or the like and thought, man, that’s great fodder for a horror movie, then I suggest you go buy a lottery ticket because that idea now exists. Today we check out one of the biggest new titles from our friends at IFC, who sent out a copy of “The more »

Blu-ray Review: Lake Placid

I was definitely surprised to see Scream Factory come out with a Blu-ray translation of “Lake Placid”–given that they’d been throwing eighties movies at me left, right and center, I was stunned to see something comparatively recent–but they sent on a copy anyway, and if you ever wanted to see Bill Pullman and a gigantic more »

Blu-ray Review: Anaconda

It’s time for a bit of a history lesson, folks, and this time courtesy not of Scream Factory, but of Mill Creek Entertainment instead. Today’s shot of surprisingly entertaining film history comes in the form of “Anaconda”, a copy of which was sent out on Blu-ray for us to review, and though this movie has more »

Blu-ray Review: I Escaped From Devil’s Island / The Final Option

The summer, for many, brings back memories of the old classic drive-in movie theater. Some of you may not have heard of these, as they’re something of a vanishing phenomenon today, but it used to be that instead of parking the car and going into the theater, you could actually park your car in the more »

Blu-ray Review: Sleepaway Camp

It’s one of the greatest classic horror movies generated within the last forty years, and it’s got an ending you’re pretty much guaranteed not to forget…even if you rather would. It’s “Sleepaway Camp”, and our friends out at Scream Factory sent over a copy of this sweet slice of horror for us to review. “” more »

Blu-ray Review: The Final Terror

Ever wonder how some of the greatest horror cliches got that way? It was because of movies like “The Final Terror,” a copy of which our friends out at Scream Factory sent over for review. It’s always kind of exciting to find out how a magic trick is done, but “The Final Terror” will do more »

Blu-ray Review: Deadly Eyes

There’s nothing quite so scary as a good pile of rats, for some people much more so than others. They sneak around, they eat our food, they carry all manner of disease…they’re a nightmare of horror in one tiny flea-ridden body. Our friends out at Scream Factory sent out a copy of “Deadly Eyes”, and more »

Blu-ray Review: Southern Comfort

It’s hard to imagine a thriller movie set south of the old Mason-Dixon line without thinking of “Deliverance,” but our friends out at Scream Factory are eager to try and do just that with the release of “Southern Comfort,” a copy of which they sent over for review. ” follows a squad of National Guard more »