Category: Archived Reviews

The Thing from Another World: Ready for the Invasion – By Baron Craze

Since its release 68-years ago of this year 2019, the film is a fan favorite with the hardcore sci-fi and a portion of horror fans remembering this movie with a fondness for what it presented then as incredible storytelling and a new venture in the b-movie market. Now an overwhelming majority will recall seeing and…


Sorority Horror House (2012) – By Baron Craze

When one see’s the name Anthony C. Ferrante attached to a project originally called American Horror House, likely playing off the popularity of American Horror Story series, the interest is piqued, however, to find out that he was a former horror writer for Fangoria magazine, listed as screenwriter for a TV-Movie with a TV-14 rating…


Sloppy the Psychotic (2012) – By Baron Craze

Sloppy the Psychotic, comes from the deranged and twisted creative mind of director Mike O’Mahony (A Dark Place Inside [2014]) who also stars as Sloppy as well as providing the writing for the screenplay and many of job titles for this independent film. While I had received the DVD to view the film, a special…


Tarantula (1955): Still Crawling – By Baron Craze

During the 1950s the horror movie industry took to the atomic age like bees to honey, with incredible monstrous tales, while people worldwide contemplating the fears of nuclear holocausts, it was a great moment for filmmakers to exploit the fears of many, something the genre has hardwired into the psyche of the fans. Tarantula marks…


The St. Francisville Experiment (2000) – By Baron Craze

Director Ted Nicolaou, a master of low-budget horror films whose most recent film came out in 2012 known as DevilDolls and started his journey with TerrorVision (1986), takes on the found footage genre with a brief 79-minute film, called The St. Francisville Experiment, concerning the historical figure Madame LaLaurie’s horrid life. The filming takes place…


Zombie Strippers (2008) – By Baron Craze

Without a doubt this film definitely fits into the category of b-movies it contains everything associated with the content, insane title, gore, plenty of T&A, campy dialogue, silly aspects galore, low budget, and  mentality driven straight at a certain segment of horror fans, you know who you are, no hiding. Directed and written by Jay…


Muck (2015) – By Baron Craze

Muck, comes from a successful crowd-funding Kickstarter campaign resulting in over $200,000 donated dollars, to assisted director, Steven Wolsh with presenting the second film, of a three-part trilogy, and fret not, no one missed the first part (the prequel) not yet filmed. Steven throws the audience into the storyline, already is in progress, with nothing…


Chupacabra Territory (2016) – By Baron Craze

Cryptozoology definitely holds a special place in the horror genre; so many films filter into both the urban legends and creature feature subgenres, normally Bigfoot and Yeti, stretching over to The Jersey Devil, and only recently did author Hunter Shea deliver a scary thrill ride on New Jersey’s fabled monster. Nevertheless, a new creature now…


Bombshell Bloodbath (2014) – By Baron Craze

Serving as both director and co-screenwriter with Sky Tilley, Brett Mullen presents an interesting wrinkle into the zombie genre; with this homage film to some very well and often overlooked Italian gore epic undead movies, and an added treat for horror fans thoroughly to enjoy. This film switches gears sometimes abruptly to jolt the viewer…


Condemned (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Eli Morgan Genser makes his feature film debut with his own script of a sickening story filled with many gag inducing elements, but doesn’t lead into the realm of torture porn, rather develops an interesting splatter punk and gore hound delight all from a man whose previous work centered on the documentaries. His movie…