Tag: animal attack

Bug (1975) – By Baron Craze

This was the last film William Castle (House on Haunted Hill [1959]), who admired the simplistic concept of nature attacking the human race, and then seeing his favorite director Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds (1963), but wouldn’t engage in the topic until the mid-seventies, well after producing Rosemary’s Baby (1968) his most successful film. For those unaware of…


Piranha (1978) – By Baron Craze

If one named Twilight Zone: The Movie (1980), The Howling (1981), and Piranha to many of the hardcore horror elites and fans, they likely beam a fun grin, when asked what they have in common, some stating cool b-movies, then throw in Gremlins (1984) and overwhelmingly retort with Joe Dante. Yes! That man has created…


Wild Beasts (1984) – By Baron Craze

Some horror fans have a special love for killer animal movies, Food of the Gods (1976) or Day of the Animals (1977), where beasts of all types really become the stars and upstage the actors or stomp on them depending on the situation. Hence, it brings us to Wild Beasts, from director Franco Prosperi, now…


DOA Review: 5-Headed Shark Attack (2017) – By Baron Craze

Well this month, and the 30th Anniversary of Shark Week, felt it was only proper to venture down to the coast that borders one side of the DOA graveyard, to the other side there’s swamp, however not going to tell what else surrounds these wretched grounds. Hence I located another hideous creation, masking itself with…


Tsunambee (2017) – By Baron Craze

When one comes across a film with the title Tsunambee, you get a quick understanding of what and insane, outrageous and possibly quite funny b-movie with the so bad its good concept. Sadly, none of that actually occurs, and this time ones receives a preachy movie of religious portions along with silly CGI and poor…


Cute Little Buggers (2017) – By Baron Craze

Likely, the most difficult subgenre in horror comes finding the careful balancing act of horror and comedy, and mixing it with b-movie style can result in over-the-top insanity and gut aching laughs or misses it completely as if trying to stop on black ice. Director Tony Jopia (Dawning of the Dead (2017) and Crying Wolf…


DOA Review: A Zombie Croc: Evil Has Been Summoned (2015) – By Baron Craze

DOA Review Case #0102 Greetings, once more we enter into the land of DOA, where the films here find themselves buried in unmarked graves hidden by the overgrowth, this time it’s a misplaced case file #102. Why did that happen? Likely because it made the investigator have far too many headaches to complete the report,…


DOA Review: Supercroc (2007) – By Baron Craze

DOA Review Case #0103 Supercroc marks the first feature film of director Scott Harper’s career, surprisingly enough his second directorial movie AVH: Alien vs. Hunter came out 9-months after this one, which happens to be much better than that one. Though Scott is not a newcomer to the industry mostly works as a visual effects…