Category: Film Reviews

Hellraiser: Judgment (2018) – By Baron Craze

Hellraiser: Judgement is the latest installment into the beloved Hellraiser franchise, which seems to endure and suffer its own hell, as this movie serves more as a fan film, than for the general audiences to enjoy, and releases on February 13th. This flick nowhere near the quality of the first 2-films, and the heavily enjoyment…


DOA Review: Search for the Beast (1997) – By Baron Craze

DOA CASE NUMBER #105 Once again, the adventure into the land of DOA commences, this time the unearthing of what some called one of the ‘worst films ever made’ a phrase often tossed about with a basis for it. Some consider the Tom Cruise flick The Mummy the worst ever too, it’s not even close…


Asylum of Darkness (2017) – By Baron Craze

Filmmakers find influence from Hitchcock to Carpenter but even some have ventured to Lynch / Cronenberg, which Jay Woelfel (Closed for the Season (2010)) who write and directed a strange mix of horror and fantasy while giving nods to classic cinema all included in his production Asylum of Darkness released by Wild Eye Releasing. The…


Stirring (2018) – By Baron Craze

The horror fans of today, truly blessed with an incredible number of horror subgenres, an estimated tally of 41 choices, and among them, a favor of writer and director Troy Escamilla, is that of slasher films which do often crossover to other areas. However, the subgenre that seems often overlooked or absent from the inclusion…


American Mummy (2014) – By Baron Craze

Previously titled Aztec Blood a film directed by Charles Pinion (Red Spirit Lake (1993)) who co-wrote the script with Greg Salman, on a budget of $3-million and received distribution through Wild Eye Releasing. The flick plays a bit like an 80s cheesy movie with no budget and yet strives to for a serious tone, overlooking…


Bad Apples (2018) – By Baron Craze

A lot of films contribute to the slasher genre, although John Carpenter likely gave the biggest influence on the subgenre and now anytime any horror fan thinks about Halloween or just the date of October 31st it just conjures images of masked killers terrorizing random individuals. Hence, the simplistic design of Bryan Coyne (Infernal (2015)),…


Inoperable (2017) – By Baron Craze

Director and writer Christopher Lawrence Chapman debuts his horror film release with Inoperable, assisted by screenwriter Jeff Miller, who both worked on ClownTown (2016), sadly it suffers from a case of both bad timing and lethargic pacing. First, the timing issue it comes out after the surprising success of Happy Death Day (2017), which capture…


Circus Kane (2017) – By Baron Craze

In the genre of horror, it often follows trends, slashers to zombies to paranormal, but now it’s clowns, face it, thanks to It and the success of it the movie, it generated a lot of interest, for example Arrow Video is finally releasing a much talked about special edition of Killer Klowns from Outer Space…


The Lure (2015) – By Baron Craze

Note: For this review I’m using the translated character names of the lead actresses, which were Srebrna (Silver) and Zlota (Golden). First if you aren’t a fan of musicals, or even experimental productions there is a good chance you’re not going to enjoy this movie, also if foreign horror not your brand of horror then…


The Cropsey Incident (2017) – By Baron Craze

The tale of Cropsey comes from a real person, named Andre Rand who kidnapped and killed at least three young girls (possibly more), although he was not the first origins of the name, but the most infamous, and it inspired the 1981 horror film The Burning. However, in 2009 a very good documentary on the…