Category: Film Reviews

Blackenstein (1973) – By Baron Craze

Severin Films release a buried 1973 horror movie Blackenstein, from director William A. Levey (Hellgate (1989)) which attempted to cash in on the blaxploitation of Blacula (1972) however fails badly, with a movie of dullness and sluggish pace. Nevertheless the more important aspect of the film is actually found in the special features surrounding the writer…


The Relic (1997) – By Baron Craze

Authors Douglas Preston and Lincoln Childhad had their novel The Relic adapted into a b-movie creature feature, that serves the audience with creeps and enlighten entertainment, which incorporates cultural mythology, a mystery-story and superstition, yet omits key portions of the actual novel, while combining several characters into a few people, and finally switching the storylines…


Itsy Bitsy (2019) – By Baron Craze

When a horror film starts with horror clichés, one tends to roll their eyes, especially if it involves the key characters in the movie, such as struggling mother and her two children traveling to start a new life, however this film makes the proper adjustments to entertain the viewers, how does that happen, let’s begin…


Primal Rage: The Legend of Konga (2018) – By Baron Craze

The cryptozoological creature Bigfoot has made its mark over the past several decades in many low-budgeted films, often combining urban legends and folklore in various forms. In fact, it’s not limited to just one species of Bigfoot family which can often include a Sasquatch or Yeti, in the horror genre tallying over 105 movies that…


The Demons (1973) – By Baron Craze

As everyone who watches any cinema knows there are a few main genres,, but horror fans, well-aware that there’s likely over 30-subgenres, one of the more obscure fields ranks in the area of disturbing, it’s not a political correct territory; in fact in today’s social sensitive marketplace in might fall into commercial suicide more than…


DeepStar Six (1989) – By Baron Craze

This might be the strangest concept to understand, DeepStar Six plot is very similar to Leviathan and it is also one of six creature feature underwater films to find itself dated 1989 through 1990, which doesn’t count any films involving sharks or those type of predators. In Hollywood and indie studios, trends start, and producers…


Jackals (2017) – By Baron Craze

The film uses the tiresome line “based on true events” something that gets used so often, it’s the equivalent of a car alarm going off it becomes ignored by the masses. It is implied to create fear and tension, however not always necessary if you use a group of cult members, they already have a…


100 Acres of Hell (2019) – By Baron Craze

There’s truly no surprise to anyone how many horror films I see in an average year, of even how I obtain the permission nevertheless this one was very special, I knew the filmmakers, but that does not mean there’s a bias, I treat everyone’s film the same, to survive in this business you must have…


Leviathan (1989) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes in the horror genre a common theme appears over the series of years, for example a slasher movie catches the box-office attention and a slew of others flood the market, well in 1989, a weird element occurred, namely three movies with similar plots all taking place many miles down in the oceans. Those films…


Replace (2017) – By Baron Craze

The phrase ‘body horror’ captures the fans attention, the eyes widen with delight, motionless faces become gleeful smiles, for those unaware it goes far past the conceptual term of method acting which has the actor enduring some serious modifications. Often it’s used with David Croneberg’s movies Videodrome (1983), The Fly (1986), or the flick Bite…