Tag: Archived Review

Arachnoquake (2012) By Baron Craze

Arachnoquake presents itself as a direct to cable to film, complete with all intentions of a b-movie, and all the glory of an original Syfy production, headed by director Griff Furst, noted for his work on Swamp Shark (2011), Lake Placid 3 (2010), and mostly recently he stars in Terminator: Genisys. The film never expands…


Good Tidings (2016) – Baron Craze

Christmas themed films always popular on the Hallmark Channel and family networks, filtering onto the airwaves lately right before Halloween, however, the horror genre, began churning out more sinister Santa killing machines of late, though some aren’t at the level of Black Christmas (1974) or the classic Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984), but an improvement…


A Christmas Horror Story (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Grant Harvey, known for his extensive resume of providing tight storylines on several television shows, and on his feature horror film Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning (2004) now returns with a stellar anthology flick entitled A Christmas Horror Story. This film had a limited theatrical run before storming onto the VOD and DVD markets,…


Black Christmas (1974) – By Baron Craze

In 1974, director Bob Clark, unleashed a hell-raising nightmarish crazed movie, which did not garnish much praise, but has since risen to the top of the Christmas horror films, generating a lasting cult classic, with frightening occurrences that left future filmmakers salivating for the opportunities to use the blueprints on their creations. John Carpenter’s Halloween…


Krampus (2015) – By Baron Craze

Lately the Christmas horror movies have exploded on the scene, first A Christmas Horror Story and then a slew of Krampus flicks, but then a bigger production and studio backed movie swept in and took over the customary gleeful gift giving holiday cheer with a sinister twisted storyline harkened back to the Alpine folklore with…


Frankenstein (1931): ALIVE for 88-years – By Baron Craze

No one in the horror genre can truly deny the importance or the significance of the legendary date November 21, 1931, the day that director James Whale gave life to the incredible movie Frankenstein, created from the mind of 21-year-old Mary Shelley in the year of 1818, now celebrating its 88th anniversary. Frankenstein has the full…


Holidays (2016) – By Baron Craze

Anthology horror films continue the strong resurgence and find themselves in demand of many horror fans, looking for the upcoming stars and those bucking the Hollywood elite system of watered down horrific tales. “Holidays” designs an engaging topic by covering the entire year of what is normally subjected to dreadful pigeonholing with no expansion to…


Terror Train (1980) – By Baron Craze

While the film has weathered the passage of time, some elements still stand out, the killer wearing a mask as the legendary comic genius of Groucho Marx, the rising star power and scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis and of course uncovering the talents of director Roger Spottiswoode, all still show that Terror Train can still…


A Cadaver Christmas (2011) – By Baron Craze

A delightful blend of disgust and holiday cheerful gore, with the dead getting the gift of recreation, what a guy that Santa Claus is to help out the less fortune and assisting in reuniting families. A Cadaver Christmas is a sloppy, sticky and icky tale from three writers, Joe Zerull who directs and assisted by…


Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas (2012) – By Baron Craze

Director Dave Campfield brings forth an odd creation entitled Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas, noted as the fifth installment of the Caesar and Otto’s tales of mishaps and insanity, this film is obviously a Christmas Horror, a subgenre in horror, and likely one of the tougher ones to compete therein without becoming too campy or…