Security Static Code Analysis is a form of SAST (Static Application Security Testing). It covers all methods of analyzing source code for security weaknesses and vulnerabilities. This includes manual as well as automated methods. It is called static analysis to distinguish it from DAST (Dynamic Application Security Testing), where the tests are performed against the running application itself.
Security Code Review is a form of Security Static Code Analysis, but usually excludes purely automated approaches. You talk about a code review if one or more security analysts go through the code and review it. Often, some form of automation is used to make the review more efficient.