Category: Film Reviews

House of Dracula (1945) – By Baron Craze

Universal Studios realized the end of their gold mine of monsters domination was careening to a finish, the mayhem of the Vampires, Werewolves and Monsters, were soon to become buried, at least in terms of the box office for the foreseeable future (well sort of). The director closing the primary chapter, was Erie C. Kenton,…


Campground SLASHER 1985 (2020) – By Baron Craze

I know it’s a little unheard of to review a film that is under 3-minutes, but each film in horror deserves a review, and this production is from southern New Jersey and I figure why not cover a short film. Now obviously this isn’t going to be a standard 600-words, but rather still a review….


Bug (1975) – By Baron Craze

This was the last film William Castle (House on Haunted Hill [1959]), who admired the simplistic concept of nature attacking the human race, and then seeing his favorite director Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds (1963), but wouldn’t engage in the topic until the mid-seventies, well after producing Rosemary’s Baby (1968) his most successful film. For those unaware of…


DOA Review: Attack of the Jurassic Shark (2012) – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER #005: As one can now figure this column DOA – Dead on Arrival films that one needs not to waste their time with as this reviewer, sacrifices their time, mind, and vision to the agony in this flick. It’s known that I adore the horror genre, a Horror Historian, however some movies…


What the Waters Left Behind (2017) – By Baron Craze

In 1985, city of Villa Epecuén, located in Argentine, was erased from the land, after a severe storm caused a nearby dam to break wide open, and other barriers were overwhelmed, with no way of stopping the flood that caused the population of 5,000 people hurried in abandoning the city as it submerged beneath rising…


Strip Club Massacre (2017) – By Baron Craze

There’s an ultra-fine line between the b-movies and z-grade films, and yes it’s true that c-grade flicks exist too, but those tend to become the television cable fillers, therefore where does this movie fall on the sliding scale, it leans more to the b, than z, many due to fact it contains an abundance of…


One Cut of the Dead (2017) – By Baron Craze

If you haven’t seen this movie yet STOP READING NOW because there’s no way to briefly explain the film without revealing a spoiler, therefore this leaves one with two options, because of the initial setup of the film you might abandon the viewer thinking it’s sloppy or disjointed but then you miss the point and…


Body Cam (2020) – By Baron Craze

Many cinema viewers usually favorite movies in each genre, such as in the crime or police base storylines from Colors (1988) to Falling Down (1993) and likely any of the Dirty Harry movies, yet it is strangely rare when police themed flicks don’t marry into the horror vein, one would think these two could converge…


DOA Review: Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010) – By Baron Craze

    CASE NUMBER #010: I clearly have no clue how to start this review, it might be the toughest to date, as I could have written a profanity tirade but that’s not my style rather taking the time to complete an autopsy of why this movie exists in the land of the DOA reviews….


Clown (2014) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes independent filmmakers need to think outside the box to get their projects off the ground, they been known to release movie posters but without a script or film just to generate attention, or suggestive marketing campaigns, often they’re willing to take the risk to get the success. That’s where director Jon Watts (who since…