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.

DVD Review: Teeth and Blood

Vampires have been a part of the collective horror conscious–and collective horror unconscious–for centuries now, and that makes them rather hard to do anything new with. Our friends out at RLJ Entertainment, meanwhile, sent out a copy of “Teeth and Blood” for us to review, and this one certainly takes a crack at a new more »

DVD Review: Something Wicked

“Something Wicked”–a copy of which our friends out at Arc Entertainment sent over for review–carries with it an unusual pedigree. Said to be the last film ever recorded by former “Clueless” star Brittany Murphy after her death more  than five years ago, this one features a strange concept and a stranger execution. “” follows a young more »

Blu-ray Review: Digging Up the Marrow

It would be easy to think that horror movies were out of ideas, but “Digging Up the Marrow”–a copy of which our friends out at Image Entertainment sent out for review–has a rather novel idea here. But as we all well know, a great idea isn’t always enough to make for a worthwhile entry. Can more »

Blu-ray Review: Exterminators of the Year 3000

No, it has nothing to do with bugs, but rather, “Exterminators of the Year 3000″–a copy of which our friends at Scream Factory sent our way for review–has everything to do with people trying to wipe each other out in the far-flung future. And though this relic of video’s past will be plenty over the more »

Blu-ray Review: New Year’s Evil

While it’s a little late to be seeing this one now, our friends out at Scream Factory sent out a copy of “New Year’s Evil” for us to review. Though the calendar may suggest that we’re nowhere near New Year’s Eve in either direction, the evil will remain somewhat timeless, and at the same time, more »

DVD Review: Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C.: The Complete Series

It was one of the more familiar series of its era, thanks to its connection to “The Andy Griffith Show”, and it offered one particularly noteworthy idea that extended into several seasons. Our friends at CBS Home Entertainment sent out a copy of “Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C: The Complete Series” for us to review. “Gomer Pyle more »

Blu-ray Review: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

And today, we bring a major new series to a close. This is always kind of a bittersweet affair, and this time, perhaps more so than normal. Our friends at Warner Bros sent out a copy of “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” for us to review, and those interested will be able more »

DVD Review: Halo: Nightfall

“Halo” was easily one of the biggest gaming franchises ever, and it’s still got plenty of life left in it as it makes the jump to the next generation of consoles. But now, thanks to our friends at Microsoft Studios, we see if it’s got the life for a movie with “Halo: Nightfall” a copy more »

DVD Review: Mr. Bean: The Whole Bean

British humor has never been the kind of thing that caught on universally outside of Great Britain. But there are some points that have been much more readily accepted abroad, and particularly in the United States. Monty Python, for example, is almost universally beloved, as is the work of Simon Pegg. But perhaps one of more »

Blu-ray Review: ABCs of Death 2

Not so long ago, we got to see the first “ABCs of Death,” a movie that showed us 26 different ways to die, all specifically linked to a letter of the alphabet. The same format–if not the same deaths–will be back for “ABCs of Death 2″, a copy of which our friends out at Magnet more »

DVD Review: Highway to Heaven The Complete Fifth Season

There’s always something a little extra special about the end of a series, particularly if that series had a long run and was allowed to finish with something resembling dignity. Given that “Highway to Heaven” lost one of its biggest forces, Victor French, to lung cancer in the fifth season–which wasn’t necessarily the reason for more »

DVD Review: Frankenstein Vs. The Mummy

There are certain horror movie icons whose fights have been debated endlessly, and even sometimes actually see. Alien versus Predator, Freddy versus Jason, and now our friends out at Image Entertainment offer up another such battle royale, a copy of which they sent out for review. Specifically, it’s “Frankenstein Vs. The Mummy,” and two bigger more »