Tag: Archived Review

Deranged (2012) – by Baron Craze

Director Neil Jones, whose first horror film The Lost (2006) shows his promising insight into the genre, creates Deranged with the assistance of screenwriters Oscar Carrion and Marcia Do Vales, who also star in this production, surrounding indie slasher mayhem for the audience. Neil’s talents have grown each time as he steps into the role…


Head Cases: Serial Killers in the Delaware Valley (2013) – By Baron Craze

Head Cases, the fourth film in the series based on Wayne Montgomery’s murder spree; however, not seeing the previous movies has zero impact on understanding of this creation, from mastermind director Anthony Spadaccini , as it presents itself as documentary of Wayne’s life and deeds first committing murder,= at age 11, complete with flashbacks and…


Grave Encounters 2 (2012) – By Baron Craze

The conceptual design for Grave Encounters 2 is to try to prove what occurred in part 1 really did happen, if in fact one suspends the belief that it wasn’t a fake. The Vicious Brothers return as writers and producers of this sequel, they were the directors of part one, which now has John Poliquin…


Viral (2016) – Baron Craze

The directing team Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, noting this as their third film in the horror genre, following two Paranormal Activity sequels (parts 3 and 4), use screenwriters Christopher Landon and Barbara Marshall crafted work that provides something a little different in the subgenre of zombies movie with alien influences. Many horror fans, know…


Snuff: A Documentary about Killing on Cinema (2008) – By Baron Craze

Director Paul Von Stoetzel’s documentary analyzes the history behind the snuff film myth and tries to discover if there’s any reality behind it and in addition compares the relationships between war and serial killers to the snuff legends. His film does not directly answer the notion of the existence but rather provides a springboard for…


The Sinful Dwarf (1971) – By Baron Craze

Severin Films brought a bit of controversy to themselves by releasing the Blu-Ray version of the most exploitative movie, to some, that actually has sexploitation and dwarfploitation attached to the legendary status of this flick, which brings claims that are more outrageous and offenses with each passing year, and yet garnishes more viewers from the…


Creature Feature (2015) – By Baron Craze

Normally the concept of horror anthologies reoccurs and at a steady pace, and performs well, with the initial design of a collection of different directors and screenwriters making 5 to 8 short stories with the customary wraparound bookending the movie. However, unlike those of Tales of Halloween (2015) and Holidays (2016), Creature Feature only has…


American Backwoods: Slew Hampshire (2013) – By Baron Craze

Horror fans rarely encounter a low-budget phenomenal film with the true ABCs of the horror genre presented in a vivid explosion of awesome bloodbath carnage, which includes many features of the smashing into each other with brutal force pleasuring the scenes of the diehard gore hounds, and never relenting for the briefest moment, this movie…


Drive In Massacre (1976) – By Baron Craze

The mid 1970s brought together an interesting brand of horror, in an era that likely never to exist again, while the larger studios dealt themselves winning hands with The Exorcist (1973) and The Omen (1976), the independent films kept the hammer down and turned out their own well to do horror flicks. The exploitation market…


Psychotic (2012) By Baron Craze

This film marks the debut of Johnny Johnson, as director and writer, and his first independent low-budget creation, that while set in mental hospital does not revolve around a found footage, a normal escape for many breaking into the market and the horror genre. Thankfully, the production does make strives forward for an enjoyable horror…