Category: Film Reviews

St. Agatha (2018) – By Baron Craze

  Likely, all serious horror fans know the name Darren Lynn Bousman, or at least it sounds familiar, after all he directed the first 3-sequels of the Saw franchise, before embarking on his own path in filmmaking, namely in the horror genre, and when hints of a nun-themed flick started making the rounds the excitement…


Terrifier (2016) – By Baron Craze

Over the last ten years, writer and director Damien Leone seems to build his own horror icon in the form of Art the Clown, originally played by Mike Giannelli. Art made his debut in a 2008 short called The 9th Circle, silently creeping out a young woman as she sat alone in a train station,…


The Demonologist (2019) – By Baron Craze

Once upon a time, there was a rule, a guideline in the horror genre, stay in your lane, meaning no crossover or mixing genres for example Freddy vs. Jason, combined slasher with action, but the rule extended to the subgenres, now though they all seem clearly and rightfully tossed aside, as is the case with…


Werewolf in a Women’s Prison (2006) – By Baron Craze

I remember when I first saw Werewolf In A Women’s Prison, it was October 16th, 2007 – Philadelphia, PA at The Terror Film festival, a true b-movie that combines sexploitation and the werewolf subgenre, while overlaying that with WIP (Women in Prison, exploitation films), needless to say a very trashy movie and raucous audience. Strangely…


Extremity (2018) – By Baron Craze

Anthony DiBlasi (Last Shift [2014] and Most Likely to Die [2015]) takes on controversial topic of extreme haunts, those that push the envelope of acceptable behaviors of scaring someone for the minor jolt and laughs. These places exist, and people (adults) pay for them and freely sign release waivers, by no means do the businesses…


The 6th Friend (2016) – By Baron Craze

I’ve had the pleasure of viewing and reviewing two of Jamie Bernadette’s films All Girls Weekend (2016) and 4/20 Massacre (2018), and thereby finding like many horror fans, that she truly has a treasure trove of horror films among other credits to her name. This time she steps into the screenwriting position as well as acting…


DOA REVIEW: Prison of the Dead (2000) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER: #110 David DeCoteau, a man has been known to overcome the smallest of budgets, and the tightest of shooting schedules, however that’s come with years of practices, the results vary greatly, such as this production found lying on the outskirts of the DOA graveyard. Prison of the Dead is definitely not what the…


Dead House (2014) – By Baron Craze

Originally this film had the title of Beautiful People, which actual plays a little on contradictory of the two personalities of people who they are and what they show others, nevertheless the new title Dead House was filmed in Rome, Italy. Director Brini Amerigo makes his debut both in taking the helm of this film…


Camp Death III In 2D! (2018) – By Baron Craze

Many films today buck against the system of political correctness, and more than not it’s in the genre of horror, which likely plays on the edge of decency and offensive behavior especially when a movie is an independent project, and most of normal society rules never apply. However, there’s still a level most won’t pass,…


Johnny Gruesome (2018) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes dreams do come true, and Greg Lamberson can attest to that with the screenplay he wrote for Johnny Gruesome in 1984, however at the time unable to raise the funds he produced and directed Slime City (1988) instead in 1986, for $50,000 which went to become a cult classic. Then in 2006, he wrote…