Tag: Archived Review

Farm House (2008) – By Baron Craze

Farm House is a thrilling film, with many layers of psychological impacts, with beautiful scenery and in what better way to have horror themes rising up and shocking the audience, than with an inviting location and quaint title, vastly different from the implied German DVD box title Cabin Massacre. A title created to cash in…


Devils in the Darkness (2013) – By Baron Craze

Director Daniel Falicki (noted for his character driven exploration of true monsters in Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth [2013]) created a slow burn sci-fi and horror film, that contains descent special effects and keeps upping the ante of more bizarre occurrences into the storyline, which creates a surprising enjoyable production from Chemical Burn Entertainment….


The Attic (2007) – By Baron Craze

May Lambert, a name forever tied for directing the popular horror film from Stephen King’s novel bearing the name Pet Sematary [1989] and later the sequel, had gone on to direct numerous horror films, returns with a low-budget and a flourish of an old gothic romance novel involving a young woman with ghostly images. The…


Accidental Exorcist (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director, writer, actor, and all around filmmaker Daniel Falicki, returns with his latest creation, Accidental Exorcist, from Sector 5 Films, which is a division of Chemical Burn Films, known for the more low-budget and highly independent productions. Some critics of this film mistakenly consider it Daniel’s first production, and that of course that’s incorrect, previous…


Anna: Scream Queen Killer (2013) – By Baron Craze

  The movie centers on Anna’s journey into the dark world of independent filmmaking, to a level beneath the low-budgeted horror genre that many fans find themselves viewing on a common daily frequency. The film’s scant running time definitely shows through the production of this tale, from director The Aquinas, a good thought about a…


Dead Woman’s Hollow (2013) – By Baron Craze

Many times in the horror genre a film opens with the caption based on true events, and rarely is it true except with such films as Jack Thomas Smith’s Infliction [2014] and now director Libby McDermott’s Dead Woman’s Hollow. Libby’s film contains several underlying tones filtering through it, however presents more as a suspense film…


Shallow Creek Cult (2012) – By Baron Craze

Director King Jeff, who did a wonderful short film 5 Miles Straight Ahead, which was showed at the Terror Film Festival in 2013, now presents his first feature film, Shallow Creek Cult, a found footage horror film, with his actual real life brother, Gorio co-starring. This film comes far under the micro-budget level and landing…


Ten (2014) – By Baron Craze

The company BrinkVision, who represents for the most part the respectful the independent genre of the cinema, especially with their presentation of unique and twisted experiences of the latest released from director Sophia Cacciola (Clickbait [2019]) and Michael J. Epstein (Blood of the Tribades [2016]) who bring forth a low budget insane trip into the…


Indigenous (2014) – By Baron Craze

Alistair Orr’s Indigenous begins, as many modern creature-features do, with a group of young tourists venturing into the jungles of Darien Gap in a foreign country Panama, a real place and actually shot on location, which helps sell the pending terror. The film adds in the elements of b-movie fare, but sluggish at best, as humor fades…


Martyrs [2015] – By Baron Craze

In 2008, Pascal Laugier directed Martyrs, which remains, a tad unknown to those outside of the core of horror fans, and passed by the mainstream Hollywood elite, for the content equals disturbing brutality and unnerving concepts garnishing a cult status quickly for all the perverse violence display in an unrestrained manner.  Enter in directors Kevin…