Tag: Archived Review

Fender Bender (2016) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes one sees a film that definitely isn’t straight-up horror, and doesn’t contain excessive violence and gore, and fits more into a thriller which appears on the surface as a made for television, but Fender Bender works at many times as a fun flick. The director and writer Mark Pavia, known for his film The…


Queen Crab (2015) – By Baron Craze

WildEye Releasing, the mavericks of the sci-fi and horror genres, unleashes Queen Crab upon humanity, to the delight of no to low-budget filmmakers everywhere, as Brett Piper helmed with a complete insane production. Piper’s exploits though new to many, still have conquered many with tales of woe such as, Arachnia (2003) and of the legendary…


Black Candles (1982) – By Baron Craze

Normally a film comes to via the mail or VOD from a director and PR Firm or even it’s a movie I liked and purchased it to review it, however, that’s not the case this time, rather a fellow reviewer asked for my thoughts and hence produced this review. This mainly centers on my praise…


Mold! (2012) By Baron Craze

Director Neil Meschino’s Mold, his first feature horror film, is a disgusting yet unique throwback to the 1980s filmmaking with an exquisite messy gore-fest in the sci-fi genre that satisfies all horror fans. In addition, an incredible treat for the b-movie audience that craves this type of production, the legendary actor Edward X. Young (Mr….


Mr. Hush (2010) – By Baron Craze

In the horror genre, many horror sub-genres exist, some provides gore and others using paranormal tricks evolving more into the found footage realm, however, it’s when a movie returns to narrative form, and nestles into the b-movie genre, everything feels comfortable especially when a movie centers itself on the holiday of Halloween. Screenwriter and director…


Count Dracula (1970) – By Baron Craze

The story of Dracula, still has the power to sink the fangs into the audience and suck them into another world, Bram Stoker, never likely predicted that his novel would ever garnish this attention all these years later, but the filmmakers conjured the eternal blood drinker, and this time at the helm the legendary Jesse…


Hell Fire (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Marc Fratto best known for Zombies Anonymous (2006) which served as reunion tour for a few cast members, issues a new direction in occult horror, with his screenplay for Hell Fire, a film about the lackadaisical Antichrist and a confusing kidnapping.  His story comes across as a well written, witty in temperament  and fits…


The Perfect House (2012) – By Baron Craze

Felissa Rose and Jonathan Tiersten reunited from Sleepaway Camp (1983) to star in this anthology film, The Perfect House, from directors Kris Hulbert and Randy Kent (The Haunting of Borley Rectory [2019]), while narrated by the exquisitely talented Monique Parent (The Last House [2015]), under the distribution of Wild Eye Releasing. This anthology film, as…


Young Frankenstein (1974) – By Baron Craze

If one has dismissed this wonderful movie because of it being in black and white, a sincere sin on your part has been committed and needs an immediate rectifying, as the humor presents itself with visual gags, sexual innuendos, and horror humor. Directed by comedy maestro Mel Brooks, hot off his western comedy film Blazing…


The Ganzfeld Haunting (2014) – By Baron Craze

This low-budgeted horror film has three screenwriters, strangely attached to director Michael Oblowitz (The Breed [2001]) creation, first Theodore Gildred III (his only horror project) and then writers from The Devil Complex (2015) Caroline Riley and Michael himself. These writers served to present and develop multiple plot lines a tad too ambitious for intended audiences…