Tag: Archived Review

Zombie Brigade (1986) – By Baron Craze

Zombie Brigade (also known as Zombie Commando) is considered by some as one of Australian’s exploitation market films, however to horror fans, it’s just another example of zombies staggering mindlessly while confusing everyone on the screen and in the audience too. Directors and writers Carmelo Musca and Barrie Pattison, present a fair story of an…


Slasher House (2012) – By Baron Craze

Eleanor James, a talented actress takes center stage in writer and director MJ Dixon’s Slasher House, marking her blazing career of twenty-six horror films, from starring in director Johannes Roberts’ Forest of the Damned [2005] to Jason Croot’s Le Fear II: Le Sequel [2016]. However, in this demented story, many things hide themselves in plain…


Ghostlight (2013) – By Baron Craze

An ambitious and truly independent film of a ghostly tale, with a steady screenplay all under the hand of Jeff Ferrell, who served as director, of his first feature film, and finally released under the skillful studio Brain Damage Films. The film sets itself up, with a similar flair to the original House on Haunted…


Famine (2011) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriter and director Ryan Nicholson, a name synonymous with gruesome creations, in this case Famine fulfills the wish list for many dedicated horror fans and exceeding the extremism for excessive gore which spreads itself in tidal waves of bloodlust. Ryan, who is most noted for his film Gutterball [2008], a film that fitted fans with…


Hunger (2009) – By Baron Craze

Director Steven Hentges explores in a horror direction of the Milgram Obedience Experiment, which offered a powerful, creative, and disturbing ability to have the endless authority to instill obedience and the power it has over others, using L.D. Goffigan as the screenwriter for the basis of this experiment. This horror film provides a look into…


The Sky Has Fallen (2009) – By Baron Craze

Doug Roos, director and writer brings a completely independent and fresh new take on a post apocalyptic world with The Sky Has Fallen, his screenplay delivers a gore filled, action packed story of an avian-based outbreak centered on supernatural suspenseful creatures. Doug’s vision exposes his intended vision of gunfights, swordplay, zombies, and supernatural demons competing…


Am I Evil (2007) – By Baron Craze

This is not a documentary about Metallica, rather a story of the slaughtering of women, from just an average, red-bloodied American Man, named Andrew Lakewood, from director, producer, and writer Richard Terrasi. Richard digs deep into the mind of a serial killer, although not like The Silence of the Lambs [1991], rather this killer plaguing…


Alien Encounter at Loch Ness (2014) – by Baron Craze

  Reality Entertainment brings another interesting chapter in the long discussion of whether the Loch Ness exists and then expounds upon that to the connection of UFOs, i.e. the Alien Encounter as in the title of the film. This film, from director and writer Philip Gardiner (Dead Walkers: Rise of the 4th Reich [2013]), leans…


Pieces of Talent (2014) – By Baron Craze

  This film has a limited cast with obvious direction to the actual killer which spoils the revelation, nevertheless the classic storytelling of a well-adjusted tale, and shows what independent filmmakers such as Joe Stauffer bring forth with minimal sources and quality concepts. Joe served as both director and co-screenwriter with David Long, and providing…


Cold Hearts (1999) – By Baron Craze

    I first started writing horror movie reviews in 2014 for Rogue Cinema (which is no more) and this was one of the first ones from April of that year. As you can see the style and format has changed since then. Producer, director, and writer Robert A. Masciantonio, celebrated the 15th anniversary of…