Tag: b-movie

The Terror Experiment (2010) by Baron Craze

Director George Mendeluk, most known for made-for-television projects, and most recent horror film, Forever 16 [2013] works with D. Todd Deeken’s screenplay bringing forth a high rise zombie film, at nearly 80-minutes (including the credit scroll), which is 10-minutes under the normal scale for horror features, entitled The Terror Experiment. The film contains numerous b-movie…


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…


Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) – By Baron Craze

I thoroughly enjoy anniversary article-reviews, allowing the time to dive deeper into a certain film, and this was one I had circled a long time ago; it serves as an interesting time in cinema, so much occurring in life at that time. In addition, the movie clearly has influence with countless filmmakers, exploring interesting themes…


Race with the Devil (1975) – By Baron Craze

  Often in the horror genre, a viewer will discover an unseen rough gem, something that became hidden away for one reason or another, and hence here is this flick that starred the talented Peter Fonda, who had made a handful of horror movies among them the fan cherished Spirits of the Dead (1968), but…


Blood Beach [1980] – By Baron Craze

Face it, in the horror genre there are plenty of subgenres and unique niches for the average fan to thoroughly to enjoy, however these all have one common thread a b-movie can likely be found in one or even a crossover of a few. Hence, Blood Beach obtained a cult following, though still missing the…


Wreckage (2010) – By Baron Craze

Emmy-winning Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad fame, stars in John Mallory Asher’s Wreckage, a loose ‘slasher’ flick that sets itself in a junkyard in the middle of nowhere with four friends and a twisted killer. This film falls into the b-movie category, while never achieving a solid horror baseline, more of action and thriller at…


The Visitant (2014) – By Baron Craze

FWC Pictures unleashed their second movie, The Visitant, a paranormal thriller complete with possessions, magical protections with sold b-movie supernatural themes all from the creative mind of director Jon Binkowski and his co-writer and cohort Stephen DeWoody, which earned and possessed several awards and still no exorcisms bind the movie from taking over more screens…


The Wasp Woman (1959) – By Baron Craze

Without Roger Corman, it’s possible that the b-movie cinematic world would be the equivalent of a stationary bike, simply stuck in a rut, however those well aware of his contributions know of his vast gothic works, Pit and the Pendulum [1961], the numerous hats he wore on any given project, and showed the blueprint of…


Mr. Hush (2010) – By Baron Craze

In the horror genre, many horror sub-genres exist, some provides gore and others using paranormal tricks evolving more into the found footage realm, however, it’s when a movie returns to narrative form, and nestles into the b-movie genre, everything feels comfortable especially when a movie centers itself on the holiday of Halloween. Screenwriter and director…


Axe to Grind (2015) – By Baron Craze

An entertaining b-movie, from Midnight Releasing, entitled Axe to Grind, filled with campy humor and quirky dialogue, and highlighting the exquisite talents of the legendary horror actress and more, Debbie Rochon, whose talents extend past 190 horror acting credits, and most recently noted for her role in Bart Mastronardi’s Tales of Poe (2014). Herein the…