Tag: Arthouse

Peeping Tom (1960) – By Baron Craze

No one truly sets out to create a cult movie, rather takes a number outside factors that achieve this, often it does something unruly or unorthodox against societal norms to achieve this status, but it often comes at a financial cost or reputation sometimes both, and that was the impact it had with filmmaker Michael…


Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) – By Baron Craze

As many know from reading reviews and article on this site, I cover the many subgenres of Horror, and one of niches is that of confusing subject called arthouse horror a changing grouping of films. Some find themselves profound, others inspire others, while many conduct society perceive norms often enough, the writers, directors, and creators…


Mandy (2018) – By Baron Craze

Revenge themed movies, hold a special secure footing in the horror genre, however this movie balances the line of revenge and straight-up horror quite well, while continues the same path of arthouse horror, that director and writer Panos Cosmatos, did with his first movie while setting in the same year of 1983. A truly a…


James Quinn’s Daughter of Dismay – Horror News

James Quinn to Direct Most Ambitious Project to Date First Short Film Shot on 65mm Daughter of Dismay to be Filmed in September   Austria –Sodom & Chimera Productions has announced principal photography of Daughter of Dismay starting on September 22nd deep in the Austrian woods as the latest blending of arthouse and horror from experimental filmmaker James Quinn. Of his…


The Forest of the Lost Souls (2017) – By Baron Craze

An excerpt of a suicide note is how The Forest of the Lost Souls starts, from first feature director and writer José Pedro Lopes (World of Death [2016]), with his Portuguese flick done in black and white. This arthouse horror drama gives deep penetrating drama, depressive however, this movie simmers slowly, with a limited cast, as it…


Excess Flesh (2015) – by Baron Craze

Director Patrick Kennelly and his co-writer Sigrid Gilmer explore a mixture of body shaming and food porn under the guise of an arthouse film, from Midnight Releasing, with a deep dramatic thriller on a topic that truly affects the lives of many women and plagues their psychological mindset of survivability in today’s self-absorbed vanity. It…