Tag: Archived Review

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…


Awaken the Devil (2014) By Baron Craze

Director Daniel Falicki, best known for delivering low-budget, solid films on time, such as the case with Devils in the Darkness and Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth both in 2013, and this time with Warren Croyle serving in his normal respectful position of executive producer, comes a religious horror film from Sector 5 films;…


Psycho Cop Returns (1993) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes it’s fun to revisit a horror movie from the early 1990s, which seems a tad leftover from the 80s, especially one so over-the-top, that earned a polished look from Vinegar Syndrome on Blu-Ray with a special cover-artwork and many bells and whistles to boot. Even if you never saw the first Psycho Cop (1989),…


The Haunting of Alice D (2014) – By Baron Craze

First time director Jessica Sonneborn (Rabid Love (2013)) delivers a haunting tale, with a light reference to gothic qualities presented with a family hiding secrets and house with memories, neither workout well for the cast. Now lately many horror tales have a bloodbath slaughter fest and forget about the T&A, however herein this film will…


The Inhabitants (2015) – By Baron Craze

A big budget and glamourous set design does not insure a successful box office; take for example Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak (2015) a budget of $55 million and estimated gross of $31 million, a clear failure, transversely the independent market also struggles for footing, the risk equal for Rasmussen brothers’ film The Inhabitants. I…


Dark Feed (2013) – By Baron Craze

Michael and Shawn Rasmussen, noted for their work on John Carpenter’s The Ward (2010), and now The Inhabitants (2015) created their first dual written and directed horror vehicle, known as Dark Feed, set in an abandoned Boston Lunatic Asylum, with a horror film crew working on an independent ultra-low budgeted film, in other words a…


Rabid Love (2013) – By Baron Craze

Director Paul J. Porter a master of creating short horror films staking his first in 2008 with Claim 24: A Dark Fairytale and most recently The Birthing Field (2014), yet sandwiched between those films, the opportunity to recreate another short film, into a full-length feature named Rabid Love from Midnight Releasing. The story comes from…


Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth (2013) By Baron Craze

Chemical Entertainment brings forth a very interesting film from the hands of director and actor Daniel Falicki (Accidental Exorcist [2016])  and the creative minds of Warren Croyle (2 Jennifer [2016]) and Ryan Lieske (Awaken the Devil [2014]) that contains a premise of Neil Jordan’s Interview of a Vampire (1994) style yet excels in a theology…