Category: Archived Reviews

DOA Review: Aliens vs. Avatars (2011) – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER #0021 The latest uncovering of a grave in the wasteland now known as the DOA, comes a completely shabby rip-off, though the filmmakers likely to tribute it more of a mockbuster, sorry it really is not that, rather this autopsy will discover its true essence lies in continuity issues and plot delivery…


Animal (2014) – By Baron Craze

Director Brett Simmons follows up his horror ventures, of Husk (2011) and The Monkey’s Paw (2013) with the dueling writers prowess of Thommy Hutson and Catherine Trillo, both who worked on Prank (2008) and then added in for good measure executive producer Drew Barrymore, supplying her name to the project entitled Animal. The film never…


Day of the Animals (1977) – By Baron Craze

The year of 1977 in the horror genre, came with a mix bag, most recall Exorcist II: The Heretic, The Hills Have Eyes, Suspiria, The Sentinel, and even The Car, however it also showed a growing interest in eco-horror subgenre, these movies were of environmental contamination variety. Among them, The Pack, Orca (1976), Empire of…


Return to Nuke ‘Em High Volume 1 (2013) – By Baron Craze

Before I begin this review, I must state a bit of censoring sadly and highly against my nature found itself implemented herein, namely to the character names, some of which just too much for this publication, if you’re familiar with Troma and previous movies you already prepared for a slimy, oozing, gooey gross-out film review….


Dogs (1976) – By Baron Craze

Now that we are in the frigid temperatures of winter, it’s nice to reflect back to the dog days of summer and another environmental horror film in the vein of when animals attack, at the helm director Burt Brinckerhoff accompanied by writer O’Brian Tomalin’s script. This flick truly is nothing more a silly variant of…


Arachnoquake (2012) By Baron Craze

Arachnoquake presents itself as a direct to cable to film, complete with all intentions of a b-movie, and all the glory of an original Syfy production, headed by director Griff Furst, noted for his work on Swamp Shark (2011), Lake Placid 3 (2010), and mostly recently he stars in Terminator: Genisys. The film never expands…


Good Tidings (2016) – Baron Craze

Christmas themed films always popular on the Hallmark Channel and family networks, filtering onto the airwaves lately right before Halloween, however, the horror genre, began churning out more sinister Santa killing machines of late, though some aren’t at the level of Black Christmas (1974) or the classic Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984), but an improvement…


A Christmas Horror Story (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Grant Harvey, known for his extensive resume of providing tight storylines on several television shows, and on his feature horror film Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning (2004) now returns with a stellar anthology flick entitled A Christmas Horror Story. This film had a limited theatrical run before storming onto the VOD and DVD markets,…


Black Christmas (1974) – By Baron Craze

In 1974, director Bob Clark, unleashed a hell-raising nightmarish crazed movie, which did not garnish much praise, but has since risen to the top of the Christmas horror films, generating a lasting cult classic, with frightening occurrences that left future filmmakers salivating for the opportunities to use the blueprints on their creations. John Carpenter’s Halloween…


Krampus (2015) – By Baron Craze

Lately the Christmas horror movies have exploded on the scene, first A Christmas Horror Story and then a slew of Krampus flicks, but then a bigger production and studio backed movie swept in and took over the customary gleeful gift giving holiday cheer with a sinister twisted storyline harkened back to the Alpine folklore with…