Category: Film Reviews

An Evening with My Comatose Mother (2011) – By Baron Craze

  Short films always present an interesting scenario, one of three choices, stellar productions you hope earn the greenlight for a full feature, be fun entertainment while on limited time, and the emotional side of laugh and smile, be fearful or simply groan in agony. This movie brings both high entertainment value and no groans,…


Wolves at the Door (2016) – By Baron Craze

The Manson family murders sent resounding shock waves throughout both normal life in the late 1960s and for the Hollywood elites, one can only imagine how many calls went out to security firms over those following days. Since then, it led to the horrific best seller and countless movies, throughout the decades, some that were…


DOA Review: Ring of Terror (1961) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER #0015 Once again, trudging through the deep sludge of the forgotten horrors, I stumble upon an unmarked grave from 1961, entitled Ring of Terror, after watching this timewaster I honestly was unsure if I would even bother reviewing, but I needed to warn others of this impending doom from the files of DOA….


Dark Mountain (2013) – By Baron Craze

Director and writer Tara Anaise with a story from Tamara Blaich, marks her debut in the found-footage horror genre, which for unknown statistically reasons and lack of data, shows, many women directors avoid the sub-genre. Nevertheless, Tara’s film begins honest intentions centered on a discovery of gold, and consequentially the lust for greed, with the…


Where the Devil Dwells (2014) – By Baron Craze

Marc-Andre Samson, known for visual effects with large looming budgets for films such as Cabin in the woods [2012] and The Reaping [2007], brings together a very interesting horror and psychological terror film to the fans of the genre, thanks to Midnight Releasing. What if one of your parents were a serial killer, how does…


Hayride (2012) – By Baron Craze

Hayride is a raw, bare bone extremely low budget independent slasher film, made for instant gratification for the legion of slasher fans, full of horror movie knowledge, placed at the end of October although the entire month is the most anticipated of all – just like a few horror fiends I know will agree. A movie…


Exorcism at 60,000 Feet (2019) – By Baron Craze

I think a lot people have seen the mash-ups on Facebook, Twitter and other social platforms where they are Halloween/Friday the 13th or Aliens/The Thing or Nightmare on Elm Street/The Amityville Horror, now interesting concepts often resulting fan made productions, however this time imagine The Exorcist [1973] takes a flight from Airport (70s disaster movie)…


Grizzly II: The Revenge (2020) – By Baron Craze

There are quite a few legendary horror films that span the countless decades of the genre, ideally many can name them, however sometimes movies themselves become lost, such as The Redeemer: Son of Satan [1978] or they were left undone as was Alfred Hitchcock’s final movie Kaleidoscope. In a similar fashion this production Grizzly II,…


The Torment of Laurie Ann Cullom (2014) – By Baron Craze

When aspiring filmmakers realize their screenplay might be out of reach for their first movie, they often check the limited resources and choose from one of three options, a single room location, found footage scare and lastly something in a slasher or zombie subgenre just to mark their debut. However, director and writer Mark Dossert…


The Tunnel (2011) – By Baron Craze

Director Carlo Ledesma (Sunod [2019]) uses natural devices, creating a novel path in this found footage film which includes interviews and narratives for his low-budget Australian indie horror feature in a mockumentary format. In the Australian cinema, it’s welcoming to see horror movies that provide refreshing tones from the commonly associated films of the ozploitation…