Category: <span>Other Worldly Cinema</span>

78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene (2017) – By Baron Craze

As a fan, scholar and student of Alfred Hitchcock films and knowing in September 2020, that his beloved and most celebrated in at least the horror genre Psycho turns 60-years, which led me to writing several different reviews and featured various podcasts to talk about my favorite film of his, I thought it only fitting…


Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All Time Vol 2 Horror & Sci-Fi (2020) – By Baron Craze

When it comes to documentaries they tend often to find a limited number of curious fans that are generally interested in exploring a vastly unknown concept to them, whether it’s the making of a movie, urban legends, or spooky locations, herein is the topic of cult films. Director Danny Wolf ventures out with a trio…


Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) – By Baron Craze

As many know from reading reviews and article on this site, I cover the many subgenres of Horror, and one of niches is that of confusing subject called arthouse horror a changing grouping of films. Some find themselves profound, others inspire others, while many conduct society perceive norms often enough, the writers, directors, and creators…


Facing East (2019) – By Baron Craze

The topic of documentaries and the horror genre, it’s a murky intersection, often one thinks of the of mockumentaries or just plain fakery types, but it’s the real true ones the lean to the paranormal realm. However, factual ones exist often examining the genre, whether its gothic traits, or Going to Pieces: The Rise and…


Why Don’t You Just Die! (2018) – By Baron Craze

Independent filmmakers often find themselves faced with next to nothing budgets, which isn’t a new concept or revelation, among their mirage of problems is simply, location. Then add into the mix, a screenplay that is center on just that adds to the difficulty of telling a story, yet greatly reduces the costs, everything in life…


Body Double (1984) – By Baron Craze

Brian De Palma, a name well-known by horror fans for having directed 5-horror films to date, most noted Carrie (1976), however in the early 80’s his work took a turn and he began to upset critics, in 1983 he remade Scarface starring Al Pacino, a thoroughly controversial movie. However in 1984 he shocked the cinematic…


Bloodline (2018) – By Baron Craze

Director Henry Jacobson directs his first feature film, and his first venture into the horror genre, using a script from Ayra Fox-Lerndr  and Will Honley (The Hive [2014])), however makes it all very reminiscent of a long lost Italian giallo movie, as it contains an interesting series of cool blues and vibrant reds, and then…


Gwen (2018) – By Baron Craze

First, Gwen will not appeal to many horror fans, it tends to lean more to a dark drama, with thick a gothic overtone, a slight nod to folklore horror with human monsters, all thanks to director and writer William McGregor who paints a bleak storyline filled with sexism, misfortune, and treachery all occurring in the beginning…


Rope (1948) – By Baron Craze

As many know I am a huge Alfred Hitchcock fan, having watched his movies countless times, and perhaps read over 40 books on the man, his craft and style of filmmaking, who is known to have influenced others, including recently Jordan Peele (Us [2019]), but he remains the holder of the always impressive title Master…


Mollywood (2019) – By Baron Craze

Morocco Vaughn makes his feature film directorial debut with this drug-induced thriller, that revolves around the world of dealers, and cravings of addicts, centered in a clubbing atmosphere, while using Ken Hoyd’s script, that has an orthodox detective using whatever means necessary to stop a serial killer targeting the addicts, and in some manner both…