Category: Film Reviews

How to Kill a Zombie (2014) – By Baron Craze

Director Tiffany McLean, using production company Freight Train Films, puts forth a true homegrown video charm, harkening back to early moments of fresh horror, complete with comedy and most of it all intentional with a winning combination of gore and insanity spreading outward in a zombie flick from Brain Damage Films. While the concept of…


PG: Psycho Goreman (2020) Review – By Baron Craze

I often know a little about the movie I’m about to see, from either the title, artwork, or some summary, however this time I was funneled information of the killer soundtrack and a ton merchandise lines, but the only thing I truly knew was it contained the word psycho and a reference to the topic…


The Haunting (1999) – By Creepy Crazy Cathy (AKA 3C)

Baron is always talking about the original movie The Haunting from 1963 and that the remake doesn’t live up to the original so when I saw it EPIX I thought I would watch and review it. The movie came out in theaters in 1999 from DreamWorks based off Shirley Jackson’s novel and was directed by…


The Stylist (2020) – By Baron Craze

It’s always wonderful when an indie short film gets the greenlight to become a feature, especially when it was part of an anthology called Watch If You Dare [2018]; director and writer Jill Gevargizian along with Eric Havens and Eric Stolze (Late Phases [2014]) make sure to present a chilling, psychotic storyline of a woman…


Kaw (2007) – By Baron Craze

I was able to see this film from, a friend, it was a 4-movie set called Animal Apocalypse which included Night Wing [1979], Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America [2007], and Bats: Human Harvest [2007], sequel to Bats [1999], yes, of course I’ll be reviewing the rest of films on this disc. Kaw is a…


Haunting at Foster Cabin (2014) – By Baron Craze

Director Rand Vossler, no stranger to the world of horror, his career spanning back to Critters 2 [1988], brings a tale involving a cabin in the woods, a Ouija board, the summoning of evil spirits and John Savage fighting wretched demons.  This production originated in 2008, but a series of freak incidents provoke an evil…


Mark of the Witch (2014) – By Baron Craze

Director Jason Bognacki presents an interesting storyline, with a few nods to gothic elements, providing an original tale, especially in a genre saturated in rising zombies and paranormal mishaps this movie generates a new path. Though, thankfully the title changed, from “Another” to Mark of the Witch, which obviously is a play on the impressive movie,…


Evil Souls (2015) – By Baron Craze

When one hears that a horror movie has the term Satanism used in it, a fear and dread sets in, for many it brings an ominous taint, and for the fans, apprehension, as we all worry what new variation on the tiresome platform awaits for our viewing pleasure. However, the director duo Mauirzio and Roberto…


The Roost (2005) – Baron Craze

It is always interesting to reflect back to see a director’s first movie, knowing where they have transcended, and that man is Ti West with respect to his extremely low-budget B-movie, presenting his horror knowledge for the fans. This film honestly doesn’t contain all the thrills, and chills, that one expects in the horror genre,…


Starve (2014) – By Baron Craze

The thought of starvation conjures images of both internet and television commercials of third world countries needing pennies to survive or sub-plots in zombie apocalypse storylines; however, it is a hidden fear of many people, especially parents, of their children going to bed with growling tummies. It is those situations that the basic needs turn…