Category: Archived Reviews

31 (2016) – By Baron Craze

Rob Zombie’s 31 takes place in 1976 on Halloween, mixing the plot of The Running Man and many twisted clowns, into a blender throttling a bloodbath of delights, gore effects and some dark sexual vibes, in other words, a typical Zombie movie. Discounting his work of Halloween and part two, remakes, he definitely does not…


Flight of the Living Dead (2007) – By Baron Craze

A script from Sidney Iwanter, Mark Onspaugh, & Scott Thomas, who also served as director, brought together a complete fun b-movie that never takes itself seriously, and yet comes extremely polished Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane [FOTLD]. Some have attributes that Thomas’ film actually holds the position of a parody of…


Basement Jack (2009) – By Baron Craze

When horror fans hear the name Jack the thoughts of either Jack the Ripper or Jack Torrance come to mind first, but then there’s screenwriter Brian Patrick O’Toole’s (Evilution [2008]) creation, Basement Jack aka Jack Riley, a killer who preys upon his victims during lightning storms. Director Michael Shelton first and last time in the…


Necrosis (2009) – By Baron Craze

Michael Berryman, a legendary actor of over 53 horror films makes a cameo appearance in director Jason Robert Stephens’ seventh horror film, entitled Necrosis who he co-wrote with Robert Michael Ryan, creating a slow pacing and brooding story. Their concept, involves one the most disgusting massacres and survival tales penned in America’s history, the Donner…


The Mind’s Eye (2015) – By Baron Craze

Many horror fans fondly recall the film Scanners (1981), from director David Cronenberg, and long for the franchise to have rebirth and not a remake, a continuation of the sequels, well look no further for the distant cousin called The Mind’s Eye, from director Joe Begos who did the movie Almost Human (2013). Begos’ low-budget…


ZK: Elephant’s Graveyard (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Harrison Smith, of Camp Dread, takes on the zombie apocalyptic hoarder in Zombie Killers, which involves a small group of survivors that have barricaded themselves in a community with a bizarre hierarchy and defended by a makeshift warriors and a militia trained leader, the devilish talented Billy Zane. Smith continues to adhere to the…


The Car (1977) – By Baron Craze

This was originally presented as an article for the 40th-anniversary of the film back in  2017 hence it reads slightly different than the standard review, this like many others (but not all) published on Rogue Cinema  in May, with a view count of 2,477. Horror movies about evil cars always a favorite with the fans,…


The Dead Matter (2010) – By Baron Craze

The well-renowned gothic horror band Midnight Syndicate, whose music enraptures the Halloween season, by dominating the haunted attractions and many of the retail shops, brings forth founding member Edward Douglas, the composer of Robert Kurtzman’s The Rage (2007) steps out to direct and co-write with Tony Demci his only horror film to date, The Dead…


The Burning Dead (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Rene Perez knows and understands low-budget horror films, after directing quite a few and let alone three so far in 2015, such as Little Red Riding Hood and Play with Dolls, he unleashed The Burning Dead, starring the incredible Danny Trejo, in a tale of volcano erupting with flesh-hungry zombies with a twist –…


Bleeding Hearts (2015) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriter Ken Del Vecchio, continues to invent his infamous writer status that precipitated his other creations such as Polycarp (2007) and the highly acclaimed Scavenger Killers (2013) with a black humor style, filled vile and uneven madness spilling into a simplistic story of psychotic killings from a loyal group of sisters, assisted by writer Rachael…