Category: Film Reviews

Momo: The Missouri Monster (2019) – By Baron Craze

  When it comes to cryptozoology, the worlds of documentaries and horror often intersect, to shed light on the outrageous situations which include monsters that leave some without rational explanations of their origins. These often come in the form, of folklore, urban legends, and mysterious tales handed down generation to generation. Almost every state in…


Trick (2019) – By Baron Craze

  While Trick’s PR department attempts to disguise itself as a horror thriller film with sophistication, it actually reveals itself as a slasher, especially in the first 10-minutes with a splattering inferno of slaughter that occurs on the screen. If you find yourself upset with the commonplace slasher fare released this Halloween season, then director…


Along Came the Devil 2 (2019) – By Baron Craze

  After the success of Along Came The Devil, director Jason DeVan served as screenwriter again for his sequel along with his wife and actress Heather uncredited writer who helped design the story from lead character Jordan’s role. The overall production follows as a continuation of the first film, picking up several years later or…


Mary (2019) – By Baron Craze

It’s always interesting when reviewing or just watching a horror or thriller film and discovering one’s past movies they were involved in such as  Michael Goi, early on in his career he worked on a dreadful film called Sorority House Vampires (1998) from there he worked hard honing his skills showcasing talents, to work on…


Harpoon (2019) – By Baron Craze

Having previously seen Rob Grant’s work before named Mon Ami (2012) at the Terror Film Festival held long ago in Philadelphia, PA, I knew the vein and approach of his latest work Harpoon took witnessing the first act. While Rob wrote the script he was assisted by Mike Kovac who worked on at least one…


D-Railed (2018) – By Baron Craze

D-Railed, rolls out steady on the rails, chugging along before switching gears and becoming something more involved than merely a robbery, as some critics noted it’s a bit of Murder on the Orient Express (1974) Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) however, missed an influx of Carnival of Souls (1962). All of this twisting and…


DOA Review: Sorority House Vampires (1998) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER #126 Here is another review that must not escape the wrath of the DOA Graveyard, it like a few others found itself discovered before the location of Dead Horror Films, after careful examination, which didn’t need much, the result equals a deep burial for this carcass. AUTOPSY OF THE FILM:   A struggle…


DOA Review: Arachnicide (2014) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER #125   This a return to the DOA Graveyard, however this review done prior to the discovery of these hidden grounds, since then it was reevaluated and assigned this case number, just watch your step, it’s sometimes hard to get slimy or gooey off oneself, especially when trying to avoid the wretched corpses…


Candy Corn (2019) – By Baron Craze

When it comes the Halloween season, there are slew of horror flicks that get released, often enough they include ghosts, zombies, clowns and so on, and many of these are fine to play anytime of the year, however there’s a group that find themselves only situated for the month of October just that beloved holiday….


Mummy Reborn (2019) – By Baron Craze

Simply stated Mummy Reborn is not the film that reestablishes the Mummy as part of the fearful and legendary cursed monster, it’s hard to top the Universal Studios original creation from 1932 and then Hammer Studios The Mummy from 1959, but director Dan Allen (Unhinged [2017]) does attempt an adventure meets comedy wrapped into a horror…