Category: Archived Reviews

Flight 7500 (2014) – By Baron Craze

Flight 7500 went missing from the cinema landscape before August 31, 2012, when the call letters were Flight 75, then suddenly appeared on the horizon in October 2014 overseas primarily and not finding a landing strip in the United States, until April 12, 2016, a secret touchdown on DVD. This is a tame horror film,…


The Curse of Downers Grove (2015) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriter Bret Easton Ellis, the creator of Less Than Zero and American Psycho, transforms Michael Hornburg’s novel into a quasi-horror movie, with more of a solid footing in the thriller genre, with some elements of murder-mystery wrapped up nicely for the teenage market. The movie’s director Derick Martini delivers a fine quality movie, that stalled…


DOA Review: Raiders of the Lost Shark (2015) – By Baron Craze

This review originally posted on The Horror Syndicate, however it appears here with a little more insight, and under the new format seen often this website, it had 321 views and still garnishing more views. CASE NUMBER #009 Another week of DOA Reviews, and the hunt for more unmarked graves continues, many of these films…


Grave Encounters (2011) – By Baron Craze

First time filmmakers, known to many as The Vicious Brothers, actually though Colin Minihan and Stuart Ortiz work together as writers and directors to create another found footage production, entitled Grave Encounters, neither of them brings a hack job to the genre, nor have shown their lack of skills since this movie, worked on Extraterrestrial…


SiREN (2016) – By Baron Craze

It is uncommon when an anthology film generates one of the stories into a feature length, but that is exactly what occurs with the film SiREN, which was previously known as ‘Amateur Night’ in V/H/S (2012). Now this even goes a step further, with Hannah Fierman reprising her character Lily, needless to say the story…


Muirhouse (2012) – By Baron Craze

I wrote this early on in my career of reviewing horror films, hence the style and format are vastly different from my current work and heavily improved upon the development of my writing and process. This review now contains some minor updates. Director and writer Tanzeal Rahim brings a new and powerful supernatural story and…


Wrath of the Crows (2013) – by Baron Craze

Director Ivan Zuccon, who started his horror journey back in 2000, with The Darkness Beyond and has returned the field with his religious torturous horror film, with screenwriter’s Gerardo Di Filippo first and only venture into the genre, needless to say neither one miss anything upon delivering this very conceptualize gory brutal movie. The entire…


The Last House (2015) – Baron Craze

Director Sean Cain and screenwriter Wes Laurie worked on and filmed Breath of Hate in 2011, and then with appears lack of distribution, the movie was either repackaged or redone, neither can be confirmed, as this reviewer did not see the 2011 film, although the comparison of cast of both movies almost mirrors each other….


Girls Gone Dead (2012) – by Baron Craze

Director Michael Hoffman Jr. working with screenwriter Meghan Jones, noting their fourth time to collaborate on a horror film that swirls around the sorority girl horror topics and here with Girls Gone Dead, no different except it is a play on words for Girls Gone Wild; although, not a straight parody. The homage does extend…


DOA: All Sinners Night (2014) – by Baron Craze

DOA CASE NUMBER #007 (Revisited) This review was originally done on The Horror Syndicate site in March of 2017 with a mere 366 views, however that actually occurred before a set format and tended more for length rather than clear cut examination of the movie. Therefore, let’s walk into land of the DOA where many…