Month: January 2018

Hostage to the Devil (2016) – By Baron Craze

First, the name of this documentary is taken from a 1976 book, by author Malachi Martin, who had trained as a Jesuit Priest in the 1960s before leaving the order and moving to the USA, and some experience a controversial life with others still loyal to his convictions. Martin’s novel written in response and reaction…


The Gatehouse (2016) – By Baron Craze

Gatehouse wraps itself into a fantastical tale set in the wilderness, with nature reclaiming what rightfully belongs to it, while discovering legends and strange sinister creatures as well as a ghost story, one thing it’s not, is a horror film, it’s more of a single widowed father and his daughter, from director and screenwriter Martin…


Circus Kane (2017) – By Baron Craze

In the genre of horror, it often follows trends, slashers to zombies to paranormal, but now it’s clowns, face it, thanks to It and the success of it the movie, it generated a lot of interest, for example Arrow Video is finally releasing a much talked about special edition of Killer Klowns from Outer Space…


Under The Church: Supernatural Punishment (2017) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Under The Church released its first full length in 2-years, and proving quickly fresh from the grave with their album Supernatural Punishment, hailing from Sweden (faced it quite few bands from this country fit in both death and black metal) and successfully showing the prowess unearth on Pulverized Records. Their style more honed into the…


The Lure (2015) – By Baron Craze

Note: For this review I’m using the translated character names of the lead actresses, which were Srebrna (Silver) and Zlota (Golden). First if you aren’t a fan of musicals, or even experimental productions there is a good chance you’re not going to enjoy this movie, also if foreign horror not your brand of horror then…


Insanitarium (2008) – by Baron Craze

Jeff Buhler screenwriter for Clive Barker’s Midnight Meat Train, helms his first directorial debut effort with Insanitarium, featuring a slow progressing, low-budget horror story, with the most insane ending of gore and blood splatter, which lasts for 40-minutes. A basic story of Jack (Jesse Metcalfe) and Lily (Kiele Sanchez) surviving after their mother passes, except…


Turkey Shoot (1982) – By Baron Craze

Severin Films gave an impressive Blu-Ray package to the exploitative Australian film Turkey Shoot, from both producer Antony I. Ginnane (Snapshot) and director Brian Trenchard-Smith, a man with a reputation for designing and creating larger than life movies on tiny budgets, and one who is familiar with horror genre itself. His past works centering on…


The Conjuring 2 (2016) – By Baron Craze

It’s nearly impossible for any horror fan not to hear about the film The Conjuring 2 (and the pending part 3), the sequel to the mighty first one, that has a similar storyline and structure of a slow burn, haunting and a dependable crew and a wonderful cast delivering the scares. Director James Wan returns…


The Cropsey Incident (2017) – By Baron Craze

The tale of Cropsey comes from a real person, named Andre Rand who kidnapped and killed at least three young girls (possibly more), although he was not the first origins of the name, but the most infamous, and it inspired the 1981 horror film The Burning. However, in 2009 a very good documentary on the…


Acid Witch: Evil Sound Screamers (2017) Music Review – By Baron Craze

This past Halloween, Acid Witch, a Detroit group, released their third full-length album, a 7-year drought since 2010 called ‘Stoned’, still a devilish return with ‘Evil Sound Screamers’ featuring Slasher Dave and company. They keep the doom metal qualities, adding more death vocals and presenting a much more Horror / Halloween influences think of playing…