Tag: Bill Oberst Jr.

Hell’s Kitty (2018) – By Baron Craze

When one hears the phrase “microbudget” to describe a massive sigh comes washing over them, mainly because this film is a true passion driven creation and with Nicholas Tana no difference, as his film is a moving but strange trippy tribute to his pet cat. The flick comes from both an adaptation of a 17-episode…


31 (2016) – By Baron Craze

Rob Zombie’s 31 takes place in 1976 on Halloween, mixing the plot of The Running Man and many twisted clowns, into a blender throttling a bloodbath of delights, gore effects and some dark sexual vibes, in other words, a typical Zombie movie. Discounting his work of Halloween and part two, remakes, he definitely does not…


Circus of the Dead (2014) – By Baron Craze

One must understand clearly this is not your typical killer clown movie, no gimmicks here rather channel their lunacy and recklessness using the famous motto by John Wayne Gacy (quoted in the movie “Clowns can get away with murder”). The psychopaths do not lack any morals nor do they possess any decency, their characters each…


Clowntergeist (2017) – By Baron Craze

First, don’t expect this film to match the level of Andy Muschietti’s It movie, besides the are different realms of financial backing, this movie, from writer and director Aaron Mirtes serves as his debut feature film, and leans clearly to low-budget horror while generating a few scares. This doesn’t mean Aaron is without merit, he’s…


At Granny’s House (2015) – By Baron Craze

Les Mahoney explored wrote, directed and played an important role in the film as he took a real-life situation of tragedy plaguing many elderly people, rising costs, scammed and abuse, and turns it into a thriller and homage to Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960). At Granny’s House, distributed by Indie Rights, delivers a solid story, but not…


Coyote (2014) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes when a first-time horror director makes his film, the creation of tension stumbles to present itself clearly; however not the case with Trevor Juenger, who served as screenwriter as well though a difficult summation lies for the viewer, as it is a disturbing fantasy driven film with horror undertones, all delivered by Bill Oberst…