Category: Film Reviews

Deadsight (2018) – By Baron Craze

One of the largest problems with zombie movies, often comes from the excess, it feels with a view of George Romero’s commercialism in Dawn of the Dead. The locations center in cookie-cutter neighborhoods, apartment buildings, malls, and military bases, and lost in the translation is the alienation, that lonesome house off a barren road in…


The 16th Episode (2019) – By Baron Craze

Jérôme Cohen-Olivar who wrote and directed this film that tries to mix together both the found footage and possession genres, but switches over to a narrative storytelling at the strangest times. It’s an ambitious project, but the limitations of budget wreaked havoc, and allowed for some plot holes, however that doesn’t mean discount the movie…


The Possession Diaries (2019) – By Baron Craze

A few years ago in the horror genre paranormal films dominated the market, before zombie flicks, while lately it’s been possession movies, from The Nun (2018) which caused some unrelated spin-offs to the Annabelle series, face it the Devil is popular. It has gotten to the point where some religious commentators have slammed the movies,…


Clinton Road (2019) – By Baron Craze

For those unaware, an urban legend surrounds Clinton Road and winds through the town of West Milford in Passaic County, New Jersey, it is 9.3 miles, (a road with no streetlights) stretch that dead ends at Upper Greenwood Lake, become infamous for its numerous stories of ghosts, strange creatures, witchcraft and Satanic ceremonies even events…


It Came from the Desert (2017) – By Baron Craze

Director Marko Mäkilaakso  (War of the Dead [2011]) makes a lovely tribute and homage to previous creature features of both the recent past and those of long ago, including  Starship Troopers (1997) and Eight Legged Freaks (2002) and of course Them! (1954), in addition it wears its badge of b-movie tie-ins proudly, never taking itself…


It Came from Outer Space (1953) – By Baron Craze

In 1953, horror and sci-fi combined to unleash a series of new terrors, for the teenager market, this became Universal Studios’ first 3D move, that achieved both financial success and a cult following in later years. It served the other studios of this new realm to explore, but for Universal it was merely a precursor…


Moth (2016) – By Baron Craze

Moth is a Hungarian mystery-horror film that combines both the found footage genre and a narrative cinematography found in standard horror movies coming from screenwriter József Gallai (Echoes [2018]), who directed it alongside with Gergö Elekes (Bodom [2014]) releasing the movie through Wild Eye Releasing. It is uncommon for found footage films to incorporate the narrative…


Head Count (2018) – By Baron Craze

Elle Callahan stepped into the director’s seat for her first full length feature Head Count, a challenging thriller, with horror undertones, she heads this indie project most efficiently, even though limited resources reined in much of the film’s intentions. She of course, like many others wore multiple hats, not an uncommon trait for beginner projects,…


The Cleaning Lady (2018) – By Baron Craze

Director Jon Knautz, returns once again to disturb audiences, with his latest creation, using a script that he co-wrote with Alexis Kendra (Goddess of Love [2015]), that’ll have both male and female viewers squirming in their seats as tension builds in this exquisite horror thriller. Those unfamiliar with Knautz, his previous films consist of gothic…


Gehenna: Where Death Lives (2016) – By Baron Craze

It is actually refreshing when a horror movie, presents stunning cinematography of opening moments, with lush beautiful scenery, however that’s where the scenic moments tend to fall off for director Hiroshi Katagiri with this his first feature debut. He wrote the screenplay with the assistance of Nathan Long (Guyver: Dark Hero [1994])) and Brad Palmer…