Category: Other Worldly Cinema

King Cohen: The Wild World of Filmmaker Larry Cohen (2017) – By Baron Craze

Filmmaker Steve Mitchell, known for his screenwriter credit of Chopping Mall (1986), has made a few videos on Larry Cohen, namely two in 2018, It’s Alive at the Nuart and then Cohen’s Alive: Looking Back at the It’s Alive Films. This time a feature film celebrating a man who created an underground buzz for his…


Inheritance (2017) – By Baron Craze

Viewers face a psychological, dramatic, thriller written and directed by Tyler Savage, who delivers a heavily weighted doom and thick with dread filled story of personal struggles plaguing a man and his family. Struggles and addictions, give a new rise of manifestations however, few scares ever show in this production; hence, while not exactly needed for the…


Hunting Lands (2018) – By Baron Craze

Writer and director Zack Wilcox takes a curious path with his film Hunting Lands which definitely is not a horror film, and barely a thriller, rather a dark drama, without many creepy overtones, assisted by Josh Amato for story concepts. However, the story still provides some intrigue especially when working with a minuscule budget and…


Hostage to the Devil (2016) – By Baron Craze

First, the name of this documentary is taken from a 1976 book, by author Malachi Martin, who had trained as a Jesuit Priest in the 1960s before leaving the order and moving to the USA, and some experience a controversial life with others still loyal to his convictions. Martin’s novel written in response and reaction…


The Gatehouse (2016) – By Baron Craze

Gatehouse wraps itself into a fantastical tale set in the wilderness, with nature reclaiming what rightfully belongs to it, while discovering legends and strange sinister creatures as well as a ghost story, one thing it’s not, is a horror film, it’s more of a single widowed father and his daughter, from director and screenwriter Martin…


Snapshot (1979) – By Baron Craze

This is the first theatrical feature film of director Simon Wincer considered to be an Ozploitation picture, it is actually a well-made thriller (not a horror genre creation) although even a stretch to achieve the level of a thriller aside from a few nerve-wracking scenes. The script written in just 10 days, (although only the…


The Devil’s Honey (1986) – By Baron Craze

  *This review might contain some explicit elements of this erotic thriller, you’ve been warned. * When a horror fan hears or sees the name Lucio Fulci, they think Zombie and gore sliding down the walls, all to the glee of gorehounds, yet there’s another world exists for Fulci, which was thrillers, of questionable sanity….


Libera Nos (2016) – By Baron Craze

Horror fans on average likely could name at least five possession and exorcism theme films, with The Exorcist near the very top of the list, and for many this movie dominates critical acclaims constantly, the book still sells and the film produced a franchise and television series. However, it also brought forth condemnation of many…


The Otherworld (2013)

The Otherworld is more than just an arthouse-film, rather a documentary sincerely for only those seeking worldly cinema and vastly open-minded viewers with a serious interest in mysticism and occultism. This is a very strange journey into filmmaker Richard Stanley’s life, a man known for his work on Hardware (1990), The Theatre Bizarre (2011), and…