Month: April 2021

A Plague So Pleasant (2013) – By Baron Craze

In the sub-genre of zombies, the possibilities of new storylines become increasingly more difficult, and with the variations involving comedies and even twisted romances, the causes for it increase more so, reducing the pandemic to a virus breakout, and therefore, with first time directors of a feature Benjamin Roberds and Jordan Reyes take an aggressive…


Expressway to Your Skull (2014) – By Baron Craze

Michael Okum delivers in all areas, with his horror movie, Expressway to Your Skull, and truly grips hold of the viewer and pulls them into the storyline, with a slow and patient build-up to achieve a full-length thrill ride, which excels the audience in to purchasing the movie to see all of the uniqueness in…


Cut Her Out (2014) – By Baron Craze

Midnight Releasing champions another independent film, from director Tiffany Heath, her debut as director and screenwriter, delivering a psychological thriller, more than a horror movie, which explores the extreme child abuse with a crafty twist. Heath’s film didn’t go unrecognized as she won the Texas’ Lagniappe Film and Music Festival’s director award in 2014 for…


Rabid (2019) – By Baron Craze

As many readers recall my views on remakes are often negative, however one should clarify this a bit, if you tell the same story without any variation then its dull Psycho [1998] and an uninviting viewing of The Wicker Man [2006], but if one takes the time to change many aspects then a new story…


Visions of Horror for April 2021

Well this new column, which is more of list then a column continues to gain popularity, and that’s great, the list and films make a lot of fans reminiscent about these movies, you’ll see that it spans all decades and genres, even subgenres. Noting new and long-lost films, beloved favorites, and obscure creations. The pressure…


Death Becomes Her (1992) – By Creepy Crazy Cathy (AKA 3C)

It’s time for me to venture into another review and I found this one on my DVR so called up 2 of my girlfriends, watched it and thought I would make a go of it. I never would have thought that Meryl Streep would have done a horror movie, but I was wrong Death Becomes…


Kino Lorber Studio Classics Announces June 2021 Releases

Night Terror – aka Night Drive Prebook Date: 6/1/21 Street Date: 6/29/21   Label: Scorpion Genre: Horror Year: 1977 Rating: NR Runtime: 73 Director: E. W. Swackhamer Actors: Valerie Harper, Richard Romanus, Nicholas Pryor, John Quade, Michael Tolan, Quinn Cummings   TV legend Valerie Harper (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rhoda) stars in this mesmerizing thriller…


Scream Bloody Murder Press Release

SCREAM BLOODY MURDER starring Scout Taylor-Compton, Robert Lasardo, James Duval, Vernon Wells, Kelly Reiter, and Lauren Francesca will start filming May 2021. Safier Entertainment, PhilaDreams Films and Cult Cinema LLC join forces to bring this production to Los Angeles, California.   Lead producers, Jared Safier and Thomas Walton have previously teamed with Scout Taylor-Compton in the upcoming studio film, ROOM…


Sneak Peek: ‘Family Splatters’ Press Release

Immediate Release: “Family Splatters” is a new adult horror-comedy series from the sick and twisted mind of Nick Damage.  The first season is coming the summer 2021 with weekly episodes. Two famous movie slashers are kicked out of Hell in 1993 and banished to live in the 2020’s as punishment. The show focuses on Matthew Silverstein…


Frankenthug and Vampiyaz Bring Urban Horrors To Your Neighborhood Horror News

Vampiyaz and Frankenthug are available now on DVD from Windowmaker Films. Vampiyaz Jakeem has been in prison for the last eight years, convicted for a crime he didn’t commit after he was set up by gangsters. Now he wants to settle the score, and seeks revenge accordingly, but things have changed since he left the neighborhood. Revenge takes a…