These are great days to be a horror movie fan. In theaters, on demand and on home video, fantastic examples of the genre at its best can be found, pushing buttons and delivering scares.
We took a trip to the dark side, and have come back with the scoop on four films that are very much worth your time. But be careful, it’s scary out there.
• Now available in a stunning Blu-ray presentation from the folks over at the Criterion Collection, 1973’s “Don’t Look Now” deserves a place in the pantheon of all-time great horror films.
Directed by British auteur Nicolas Roeg (1970’s “Performance” and 1976’s “The Man Who Fell to Earth”) and based on a story by “Rebecca” and “The Birds” author Daphne du