Tag: b-movie

Book of Monsters (2018) – By Baron Craze

Director Stewart Sparke and screenwriter Paul Butler, re-team to bring another horror tale after their Lovecraft inspired The Creature Below (2016) with a project complete thanks to a Kickstarter-funded campaign, bringing creatures to life in Book of Monsters. They used a fun script along with a series of practical special effects, all in homage to…


The Thing from Another World: Ready for the Invasion – By Baron Craze

Since its release 68-years ago of this year 2019, the film is a fan favorite with the hardcore sci-fi and a portion of horror fans remembering this movie with a fondness for what it presented then as incredible storytelling and a new venture in the b-movie market. Now an overwhelming majority will recall seeing and…


Condemned (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Eli Morgan Genser makes his feature film debut with his own script of a sickening story filled with many gag inducing elements, but doesn’t lead into the realm of torture porn, rather develops an interesting splatter punk and gore hound delight all from a man whose previous work centered on the documentaries. His movie…


Werewolf in a Women’s Prison (2006) – By Baron Craze

I remember when I first saw Werewolf In A Women’s Prison, it was October 16th, 2007 – Philadelphia, PA at The Terror Film festival, a true b-movie that combines sexploitation and the werewolf subgenre, while overlaying that with WIP (Women in Prison, exploitation films), needless to say a very trashy movie and raucous audience. Strangely…


All Through The House (2015) – By Baron Craze

Todd Nunes, who directed and wrote this independent horror movie, used his short film “Here Comes Santa”, to create another holiday bloodbath filled with good cheer and laughter along with beautiful babes, such as Sheila (Jessica Cameron) and a high body count all for a bloody good time. The story involves a deranged dressed individual in…


Surviving the Holidays: Slashing Away Part 1 (Dec 1 to 15) – By Baron Craze

When this article was originally done in 2014, with the title Surviving the Holidays: Slashing and Slaying Santa Claus for the now defunct Rogue cinema site it was truly a major undertaking, and garnished it with 2,534 views, and tallied slightly over 5,000 words. Therefore, it is only proper to return to this credible article,…


DOA Review: Shark Lake (2015) – By Baron Craze

    This review, originally posted in March of 2016 on the now defunct Rogue Cinema site earning a view count of 1,681, however at the time DOA Reviews didn’t exist then, but revisiting this review and the movie, clearly it’s one for the graveyard of DOA. CASE NUMBER #0023: Shark Lake was originally listed…


Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (2018) – By Baron Craze

This flick is not a direct reboot of the first movie from the Puppet Master Franchise, that originally started in 1989, rather it takes place in a parallel universe, where Andre Toulon, instead of an opposing force for the Nazis and the Third Reich is now shown as one them, and the puppets as a…


The Jurassic Games (2018) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes knowing and expecting what a film is, makes it a tad more enjoyable, and hence The Jurassic Games, a campy B-movie, the filmmakers know it too, and never excels past that standpoint, yet strives to entertain. While it hints clearly from other sci-fi flicks, Wedlock (1991) which starred Rutger Hauer or Fortress (1992) from director…


4/20 Massacre (2018) – By Baron Craze

When I first thought of this movie, mainly through the press release, I did roll my eyes, letting out a groan however 4/20 Massacre touted by many as the first stoner slasher movie with some equally attractive action sequences, truly contains some seriously fun entertainment. While stoner characters existed in films long before this adventure, for…