Category: Archived Reviews

Blood Night: The Legend of Molly Hatchet (2009) – By Baron Craze

As horror icon and star, Danielle Harris releases another new flick, Inoperable in the genre and starts another tour on the convention circuit, only fitting to publish an archived review from Rogue Cinema from February 2015. Blood Night comes the collection of urban legends surrounding the woman known as Mary Hatchet related to areas in…


Beyond the Gates (2016) – By Baron Craze

When I reviewed this movie, it occurred on a streaming site, however since then I purchased the Blu-ray and thoroughly enjoyed it even more, especially since both Chase Williamson and Graham Skipper were both in Victor Crowley (2017) and Bad Apples (2018). Writer and director Jackson Stewart has taken a bigger and bolder step forward…


ClownTown (2016) – Baron Craze

Since Christopher Lawrence Chapman took the director’s chair in his feature horror film debut with Inoperable, it only seemed proper to unearth this archived review of a film he produced as well as reteaming with actor Chris Hahn who also acts in his latest creation. The latest trend, to encounter the horror genre, seems to…


Smothered (2016) – By Baron Craze

As the convention circuit starts itself once more across the country and even around the world, I recall this average horror flick about various horror icons struggling for paying gigs and terrorizing locals, while nowhere near a perfect film, the flick gives some fun and colorful moments. Almost all horror fans have played out the…


The Funhouse Massacre (2015) – By Baron Craze

Most horror fans enjoy a good massacre themed flick, even a so-so or bad one can deliver charms of grotesque proportions and turn a clever comedic line, though when it comes from clowns it always gives another thrill. In a time when clown appearances consumed the news media for weeks if not months, the horror…


Closed for the Season (2010) By Baron Craze

Jay Woelfel, who now in early 2018 has over 30 horror film credits to his name, and works in different aspects in the industry, recently released his strange flick Asylum of Darkness (2017), thought it best to revisit an archive review of a previous work of his. Director and writer Jay Woelfel, created an interesting…


Scream Park (2012) – By Baron Craze

This review originally posted on the Rogue Cinema site in February 2015, with a view count of 1,572. Imagine a horror themed amusement park, a local hangout called Fright Land, which the passing of time has ravaged everything down to skeleton form of once greatness and reduced to faded colors, ruined games and forgotten rides,…


Insanitarium (2008) – by Baron Craze

Jeff Buhler screenwriter for Clive Barker’s Midnight Meat Train, helms his first directorial debut effort with Insanitarium, featuring a slow progressing, low-budget horror story, with the most insane ending of gore and blood splatter, which lasts for 40-minutes. A basic story of Jack (Jesse Metcalfe) and Lily (Kiele Sanchez) surviving after their mother passes, except…


Turkey Shoot (1982) – By Baron Craze

Severin Films gave an impressive Blu-Ray package to the exploitative Australian film Turkey Shoot, from both producer Antony I. Ginnane (Snapshot) and director Brian Trenchard-Smith, a man with a reputation for designing and creating larger than life movies on tiny budgets, and one who is familiar with horror genre itself. His past works centering on…


The Conjuring 2 (2016) – By Baron Craze

It’s nearly impossible for any horror fan not to hear about the film The Conjuring 2 (and the pending part 3), the sequel to the mighty first one, that has a similar storyline and structure of a slow burn, haunting and a dependable crew and a wonderful cast delivering the scares. Director James Wan returns…