Category: Archived Reviews

The Terror Experiment (2010) by Baron Craze

Director George Mendeluk, most known for made-for-television projects, and most recent horror film, Forever 16 [2013] works with D. Todd Deeken’s screenplay bringing forth a high rise zombie film, at nearly 80-minutes (including the credit scroll), which is 10-minutes under the normal scale for horror features, entitled The Terror Experiment. The film contains numerous b-movie…


Vile (2011) – By Baron Craze

Director Taylor Sheridan enters into the horror genre, with his first venture entitled Vile, from one could perceive as the most depraved and demented mindsets of screenwriters Eric Jay Beck and Rob Kowsaluk (executive producer), assisting in adding another volume to the torture-porn sub-genre. Eric also served as producer and actor in a filthy piece…


State of Emergency (2011) – By Baron Craze

Director Turner Clay (Mischief Night (2014)) brings a new twist into a highly evolving zombie sub-genre as a new generation of filmmakers of indie films try to navigate the genre traditions, rules, and legions of fans, for these creatures while focusing attention on the survivors. That is exactly what State of Emergency does, it avoids…


Bordello Death Tales (2009) – By Baron Craze

Bordello Death Tales contains a trilogy of stripped-down creative grindhouse stylized dark demented tales of true nasty video conceptual design with interesting endings all from Chemical Burn Entertainment and directors James Eaves and Pat Higgins. The three stories are connected by a brothel run by the mysterious Madam Raven (Natalie Milner) and yet the storylines…


Black Water Creek: The Legend of Sasquatch (2014) – By Baron Craze

Black Water Creek, is not a film about tracking down the existence of sasquatch, better known as Bigfoot, by a group of hunters, as is the norm for Reality Entertainment, for their vast films on crypto creatures and the paranormal nor it is about the Sasquatch Music Festival, this film reflects a drug traffic case…


America’s Alien Invasion: The Lost UFO Encounters (2012) – By Baron Craze

UFOs have dotted the landscape and skies of America and other countries, creating a subculture and phenomenon that eludes many and yet intrigues others into a frenzy state of wonderment, conspiracy theories running amok and the several thousand sci-fi films. Director J. Michael Long created this Reality Entertainment documentary to recap the alien encounters that…


True Nature (2010) – By Baron Craze

Patrick Steele’s True Nature starts as a well-made thriller, and then through his excellent polished film from multiple rewrites screenplay and precision directing of a story surrounding primarily Marianne Pascal that finishes in a twisted horror film with multiple thrills shrouded in darkness. Steele delivers a psychological thriller, laced action compelling the audience to engage…


Lily Grace: A Witch Story (2015) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes in the horror genre, a filmmaker tries to connect his concept using unconventional methods especially if the avenues of finances trail off into dead ends, hence the vastly popular design of found footage, however director Wes Miller, strives forward with a narrative storyline with James Palmer’s script into vastly rich and often overlook witches…


Angel Maker: Serial Killer Queen (2014) – By Baron Craze

Director O.H. Krill noted for Zombie Horror Fright Fest [2012] and his constant flow of documentary films one the subjects of UFOs and Paranormal Tales, teams with the talented producer Warren Croyle (Zombie Isle [2014]), bringing a solid effort detailing one of the evils sweeping across Victorian England in the form of a gentle old…


Tin Can Man (2007) – By Baron Craze

Director and writer Ivan Kavanagh [The Canal (2014]) achieved distribution for his lesser-known horror art-house flick called Tin Can Man, which had the release granted in March 2012, thanks to BrinkVision. Ivan sets up an uncomfortable beginning for most viewers, except perhaps the horror elitists, and lasts this quirky sensational first act for 30 minutes…