Category: Film Reviews

DOA Review The Lock In (2014) – By Baron Craze

    DOA Case #0020 The latest exhumed grave reveals an odd autopsy of the first Christian horror movie from a distributor called Holy Moly Pictures, but it considers their movie a found footage film, except that it clearly contains edits, special effects (sort-of) and audio enhancements. Most of the movie occurs during a “lock…


The Meg (2018) – By Creepy Crazy Cathy (AKA 3C)

    My nephew brought over one of his movies he got for Christmas and it just happened to be The Meg so I thought I would take some time to review it; another shark movie and in this case is a pre-historic enormous shark called a megalodon. It has a lot of similarities to…


Blood Beach [1980] – By Baron Craze

Face it, in the horror genre there are plenty of subgenres and unique niches for the average fan to thoroughly to enjoy, however these all have one common thread a b-movie can likely be found in one or even a crossover of a few. Hence, Blood Beach obtained a cult following, though still missing the…


The Battery [2012] – By Baron Craze

The horror genre landscape appears like a freshly dug cemetery, where each grave represents another zombie film, and in fact, some estimate the number of zombie films as low as 273 to as high of over 7,000 with the first film dating back to 1932 with White Zombie. Why the vast variance? Defining what a…


Phantasm: Ravager [2016] – By Baron Craze

Horror fans know the process of seeing a sequel sometimes drags for a bit, and becomes frustrating, those of Friday the 13th have experienced this, however those of the Phantasm series likely endured the most, with having to wait 18 years for possibly the final installment of the beloved films.  Phantasm: Ravager, marks the first…


To All A Goodnight (1980) – By Baron Craze

If I were to quiz horror fans, similar to the style in Scream [1996] and stated name the movie that someone killing in revenge of a child dying and it included a doomsayer named Ralph, the answer is easy Friday the 13th – except once again you are wrong, it’s this movie. According the trivia…


Elves [1989] – By Baron Craze

Christmas horror movies will always be that unique niche market, a true subgenre of late, in the 70s and into the 80s it was a common one-off film for the season, but with the incorporation of nutty storylines, Krampus, St Nick, and Elves it all allowed for hell to freeze over unleashing blood good cheer,…


The Beach House [2019] – By Baron Craze

First, on this site we discuss various subgenres, it’s not just slashers or zombies we tend to dive into the unique corners of the horror realm, discovering or unearthing those unusual creations, The Beach House is just one of those, it presents itself as a H.P. Lovecraft, but plays as arthouse horror. It is not…


DOA Review The Amazing Bulk [2012] – By Baron Craze

      CASE NUMBER #0022: Sometimes in the DOA graveyard one comes across a bizarre film associated with the genre of horror, and that is fantasy, this trinket contains no value in either cinematic visionary conceptual design or in the effort to waste time viewing the hot mess still thoroughly wretched as from the…


Jack’s Back (1988) – By Baron Craze

In 1988, a horror film called Jack’s Back established the directorial debut of Rowdy Herrington, however it was more of a thriller, aside from that it starred James Spader in dual roles, and it marked the 100th anniversary of the Jack the Ripper killings. Herrington used Ripper’s atrocious crimes and the anniversary as a clever mystery…