Category: Archived Reviews

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…


A Plague So Pleasant (2013) – By Baron Craze

In the sub-genre of zombies, the possibilities of new storylines become increasingly more difficult, and with the variations involving comedies and even twisted romances, the causes for it increase more so, reducing the pandemic to a virus breakout, and therefore, with first time directors of a feature Benjamin Roberds and Jordan Reyes take an aggressive…


Expressway to Your Skull (2014) – By Baron Craze

Michael Okum delivers in all areas, with his horror movie, Expressway to Your Skull, and truly grips hold of the viewer and pulls them into the storyline, with a slow and patient build-up to achieve a full-length thrill ride, which excels the audience in to purchasing the movie to see all of the uniqueness in…


Cut Her Out (2014) – By Baron Craze

Midnight Releasing champions another independent film, from director Tiffany Heath, her debut as director and screenwriter, delivering a psychological thriller, more than a horror movie, which explores the extreme child abuse with a crafty twist. Heath’s film didn’t go unrecognized as she won the Texas’ Lagniappe Film and Music Festival’s director award in 2014 for…


Zombie Brigade (1986) – By Baron Craze

Zombie Brigade (also known as Zombie Commando) is considered by some as one of Australian’s exploitation market films, however to horror fans, it’s just another example of zombies staggering mindlessly while confusing everyone on the screen and in the audience too. Directors and writers Carmelo Musca and Barrie Pattison, present a fair story of an…


Slasher House (2012) – By Baron Craze

Eleanor James, a talented actress takes center stage in writer and director MJ Dixon’s Slasher House, marking her blazing career of twenty-six horror films, from starring in director Johannes Roberts’ Forest of the Damned [2005] to Jason Croot’s Le Fear II: Le Sequel [2016]. However, in this demented story, many things hide themselves in plain…


Ghostlight (2013) – By Baron Craze

An ambitious and truly independent film of a ghostly tale, with a steady screenplay all under the hand of Jeff Ferrell, who served as director, of his first feature film, and finally released under the skillful studio Brain Damage Films. The film sets itself up, with a similar flair to the original House on Haunted…


Famine (2011) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriter and director Ryan Nicholson, a name synonymous with gruesome creations, in this case Famine fulfills the wish list for many dedicated horror fans and exceeding the extremism for excessive gore which spreads itself in tidal waves of bloodlust. Ryan, who is most noted for his film Gutterball [2008], a film that fitted fans with…