Tag: Archived Review

Psychomania (1973) – By Baron Craze

Psychomania, a cult classic film, known to some as The Death Wheelers to both horror fans and cinemagoers in general obtains a brand new re-release from Arrow Video, a movie, which bikers enjoy; and yet continues to evade the capture from incarceration obscurity. This movie definitely lies in the murky depths crossing wildly over multiple…


Countess Dracula (1971) – By Baron Craze

Director Peter Sasdy is known to many horror aficionados in particular Hammer Films which include Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970) and Hands of the Ripper (1971) and returned with the classic gothic horror tale Countess Dracula based on historical events. The tale of Elizabeth Bathory, an aging countess used the blood of virgins to…


Knucklebones (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director Mitch Wilson makes his directorial debut with his film Knucklebones, which he also provided the screenplay for and worked very hard to create a new slasher monster to add to the ranks of the true icons (Jason and Freddy) of the genre, early on this killer achieves the mark with a combination of these…


Havenhurst (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director Andrew C. Erin brings an interesting concept mixing the genres of horror and mystery together that brings the real serial killer H.H. Holmes back to life, well in the style of his relatives using his trick to kill the unworthy. Often films like this have thriller elements but the mystery qualities echo through more precise. In…


Uncaged (2016) – By Baron Craze

The resurgence of the werewolf species, in the horror cinema, seems as if awakening from a long slumber, though not referring to the those of cutesy variety from the Twilight series, rather the ferocious beasts prowling the landscape wanting to chomp and gnaw on their victims, feeding their bloodlust.  Noting the tales of Late Phases…


Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes (2012) – By Baron Craze

The found footage in the horror genre, was founded as early as Cannibal Holocaust (1980) and made most famously by The Blair Witch Project (1999), tends to follow a simple formula, but the trick comes from the direction of the story and believability of the actors working in constant natural state with nothing forced as…


DOA Review: Aliens vs. Avatars (2011) – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER #0021 The latest uncovering of a grave in the wasteland now known as the DOA, comes a completely shabby rip-off, though the filmmakers likely to tribute it more of a mockbuster, sorry it really is not that, rather this autopsy will discover its true essence lies in continuity issues and plot delivery…


Animal (2014) – By Baron Craze

Director Brett Simmons follows up his horror ventures, of Husk (2011) and The Monkey’s Paw (2013) with the dueling writers prowess of Thommy Hutson and Catherine Trillo, both who worked on Prank (2008) and then added in for good measure executive producer Drew Barrymore, supplying her name to the project entitled Animal. The film never…


Day of the Animals (1977) – By Baron Craze

The year of 1977 in the horror genre, came with a mix bag, most recall Exorcist II: The Heretic, The Hills Have Eyes, Suspiria, The Sentinel, and even The Car, however it also showed a growing interest in eco-horror subgenre, these movies were of environmental contamination variety. Among them, The Pack, Orca (1976), Empire of…


Return to Nuke ‘Em High Volume 1 (2013) – By Baron Craze

Before I begin this review, I must state a bit of censoring sadly and highly against my nature found itself implemented herein, namely to the character names, some of which just too much for this publication, if you’re familiar with Troma and previous movies you already prepared for a slimy, oozing, gooey gross-out film review….