Category: Archived Reviews

Caesar & Otto’s Paranormal Halloween (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Dave Campfield, returns with his self-created long running franchise Caesar and Otto journeys and this time he hit his mark with a better character control and smoother screenplay, he still wore as many hats as possible for the movie, quite common in independent filmmaking. The movie references in a smart and fun manner The…


Silent Retreat (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director and writer Ace Jordon, previously known for his short film Kill Devil Kill (2010), presents his latest deep entrenched in storytelling and slow pacing character building thriller tale, Silent Retreat, distributed by Midnight Releasing. Assisting him in the endeavor with the story is Heather Smith and Taryn Stenberg, surrounding themselves in the beautiful location…


2 Jennifer (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director and writer Hunter Johnson deliver a very good, and funny horror sequel to executive producer James Cullen Bressack’s To Jennifer (2013), entitled 2 Jennifer, and just like its predecessor filmed on an iPhone, and the movie a real time found footage production mixed with a narrative storyline. In addition, the conceptual design of documentary…


Serial Kaller (2014) – By Baron Craze

Slasher movies likely have a strange fondness in many horror fans hearts, as one normally finds the staple icons carried over from the late 70s to today, any reference to them in article or headline generates retweets and massive number of views. However, the subgenre lately fallen on hard times, the reoccurring slasher driven tales…


Long Weekend (1978) – By Baron Craze

Director Colin Eggleston, presents an incredible and slow developing film with environmental horror (aka: Eco-horror) using the screenplay from Everett De Roche who wrote the script for horror film Patrick released in the same year, and this movie has achieved a cult status due to the differing style conveying horror through suggestions rather than blatant…


Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers (1988) – By Baron Craze

Director Fred Olen Ray who also served as screenwriter in conjunction with T.L. Lankford brings this legendary masterpiece to life, actually an infamous campy movie with atrociously horrendous laughingly film, filled with nudity, blood and extremely fun acting to say the least. This creation contains a simple plot, though terrifically insane, of a private investigator…


The Curse of Sleeping Beauty (2016) – By Baron Craze

Hollywood believes strongly in fairy tales, especially with regard to conjuring them as horror tales than mere fantasy movies for example:  Snow White: A Tale of Terror [1997], Rumpelstiltskin [1995], and Red Riding Hood [2011].  Director Pearry Reginald Teo known for Necromentia [2009] and Dracula: The Dark Prince [2013], presents screenwriter Josh Nadler’s first feature obviously…


Consumption (2016) – By Baron Craze

Brandon Scullion wrote, directed, and edited his extremely limited budget independent film, which was inspired by director Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, for his first feature film then Live-In Fear (2014) then renamed as Consumption for the distribution deal with Wild Eye Releasing. He designs a creepy ghost story and using the lead character Seth and…


The Conduit (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director Sixto Melendez, with his first feature film presents an interesting and masked supernatural horror film of a demon, with possessions, addiction, and relationships in a very dark storyline achieving distribution from Brain Damage Films. As he serves as writer too, giving an interesting tale which primarily focuses on the character Eddie who is having a…


The Horror Network Vol. 1(2013) – By Baron Craze

A frequent reoccurring influence into the horror genre of late has been the incorporation of anthology films, as a great way to introduce new filmmakers and stars to the fans, in one stellar moment, allowing them to experience a wider audience for their short films, aside a film festival or lost among the others on…