Category: Film Reviews

Apartment 212 (2017) – By Baron Craze

Apartment 212 is a new horror film from co-writer and director Haylar Garcia, who did An American Terror (2014), the film inspired from a 1975 film starring Karen Black called Trilogy of Terror, by director Dan Curtis quite clearly fans likely to seem a bit of homage. One needs to note that the title had…


Cruel Summer (2016) – By Baron Craze

When one sees certain distribution companies attached to a film, they develop a thought about what that movie likely is, it’s like judge the cover of a DVD to decide if you should invest the time for enjoyment, well Cruel Summer comes from Wild Eye Releasing. Yes, the company responsible for developing low budget wonders…


Zombiology: Enjoy Yourself Tonight (2017) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes as a reviewer you get a movie with an interesting title such as Zombiology (with the original title of Gam man da song si) immediately knowing it’s foreign with subtitles, none of that bothers me, rather does the storyline keep me engage. In addition, with a title that has the first four letters of zomb…


Demon House (2018) – By Baron Craze

Zak Bagans, the host of the very successful “Ghost Adventures,” featured on The Travel Channel, airing for the past nine years, two spin-offs, a novel and now a film, directed Demon House. While not the most convincing of titles, it dwells on a location in Gary, Indiana, plaguing a family since at least 2014, that…


Herschell Gordon Lewis’ BloodMania (2017) – By Baron Craze

On September 26, 2016 lost a B-movie creator, a man who worked in so many different departments of filmmaking impossible to name them all, he was Herschell Gordon Lewis. The film BloodMania resulted in his final directorial project, an anthology flick for his diehard cult fans, note that it shouldn’t confused with Robert Vincent O’Neill’s 1970 movie of…


Wildling (2018) – By Baron Craze

First time feature director Fritz Böhm delivers a very good fantasy horror movie, with a toothy storyline, which abandons the hokey full moon and silver bullets, puts a spin on the Teen Wolf story with a coming of age tale in a John Hughes vein. Bohm also pens this story along with first time screenwriter Florian…


#Screamers (2016) – By Baron Craze

#Screamers is a uniquely designed found footage horror film directed by Dean Matthew Ronalds (who I recall acted in the black comedy horror flick Take-Out (2009) from Joe Russo) and assisted in the writing with Tom Malloy. Before you start fidgeting, rolling your eyes or sighing deeply the filmmakers did come up with a more…


Victor Crowley (2017) – By Baron Craze

First, Victor Crowley, actually Hatchet IV, but it goes much further than with director and creator Adam Green citing how his hero Wes Craven’s death affected him and brought him back to his own franchise once more. Even George A. Romero informed Adam this character still offers a lot the genre and especially the fans,…


DOA Review: Bigfoot Horror Camp (2017) – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER: #106 This movie technically contains no plot, wait, it must have something, what it does contain are bits of other films which have zero impact or basis for their inclusion. It’s not a version of the Mystery Science Theatre, or Riff Tracks, that’s far too good for this film, which the filmmakers…


Ghost Witch (2015) – By Baron Craze

Ghost Witch was originally made in 2015, under the title of The Legend of Seven Toe Maggie, all thanks to a successful IndieGoGo campaign served as the debut feature film of director/writer Joseph Lavender which was later repackaged nicely by Wild Eye Releasing in 2017.  Joseph used an urban legend/folklore involving Native Americans and expanded upon it…