Tag: Archived Review

Honeyspider (2014) – By Baron Craze

So many horror genres talk and plea for an original horror story that brings memories of the everything goes to the era of the 1970s and stirred into the slasher heyday from the 1980s with a ripping, thrashing enjoyment not centered in comedy or even to the extent of exploitation, just straight-up horror. Their answer…


Dead Air (2009) – By Baron Craze

There are quite a few firsts for this zombie film, namely coming from director Corbin Bernsen (yes, the L.A. Law actor and who has done a fair share of horror films one of them The Dentist [1996], now stepping behind the lens), using the first time horror  script from Kenny Yakkel,  to create a social…


Evidence (2012) – By Baron Craze

Budding filmmakers director Howie Askins and screenwriter and actor Ryan McCoy both in their first feature horror film bring a new powerful twist into the found-footage sub-genre, which increasing presents itself as difficult task, especially for those so new to the genre, yet they both admirably accomplish the task. Although one must inform the readers…


Area 407 (2012) – By Baron Craze

First time feature directors Dale Fabrigar and Everette Wallin, present a found footage style horror and sci-fi film, though, they both have previous film credits, providing them with a solid foundation to create an interesting journey for viewers, involving a monstrous creature likely a T-Rex dinosaur. Once again the success of The Blair Witch Project…


House of Bones (2010) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriters Anthony C. Ferrante and Jay Frasco with director Jeffery Scott Lando from Ghostquake (2012) present a story about a sinister house with the physical hatred to all individuals that possess the slightest intention of staying within the walls or walking on the grounds, a very unfriendly welcoming gift. The film sounds of interest, and…


Nosferatu (1922) – By Baron Craze

Any movie that achieves anniversary, especially those over the benchmark of 50-years becomes something special, however when a film reaches 97-years a clear testimony and still serving as enduring quality and remembered fondly for generations, that horror fans is one many reason for an article on Nosferatu (aka: Nosferatu – A Symphony of Horror). A…


Ghostquake (2012) – By Baron Craze

Danny Trejo, a name that has become more synonymous with the horror genre with each passing month, and stars in director Jeffery Scott Lando’s Ghostquake (originally known as Haunted High) which aired on the Syfy channel, with him performing duties as a janitor named Ortiz, who seems to a high degree of spiritual integrity. Screenwriters…


The Haunting of Whaley House (2012) – By Baron Craze

Every city, everywhere, has a legendary haunted house, one with a brutal history and numerous tall tales and perhaps many trespassers, sometimes the building becomes a tourist attraction where one gets a guided tour, such as with the Whaley House located in Old Town, San Diego, which still stands after the creation in 1857 now…


Evilspeak (1981) – By Baron Craze

Director Eric Weston (Hyenas [2011]) delivers a demonic possession flick that contains a cheaper version of Carrie White in the form of Stanley Coopersmith, portrayed by Clint Howard, in a film known as Evilspeak. This pre-political correctness flick eventually became a VHS lost relic to formats and audiences alike, a silly investment of time, but…


The Final (2010) – By Baron Craze

This movie serves as a standout among both the After Dark Horrorfest series and the numerous revenge style movies especially involving bullies and their victims, in the high school setting, and with location reveal thoughts traveling back for many to school shootings. Hence the word generates immediate mixed reactions that occurred, the overall condemnation of…