Tag: BrinkVision

A Measure of Sin (2013) – By Baron Craze

A Measure of Sin is not a film everyone will want to see or going to enjoy and understand all the hidden meanings and secrets laying the darkness, as it slowly build, yet the symbolism fills every nook and cranny of the screen creating art-house religious horror reality film from director Jeff Wedding and author…


Tin Can Man (2007) – By Baron Craze

Director and writer Ivan Kavanagh [The Canal (2014]) achieved distribution for his lesser-known horror art-house flick called Tin Can Man, which had the release granted in March 2012, thanks to BrinkVision. Ivan sets up an uncomfortable beginning for most viewers, except perhaps the horror elitists, and lasts this quirky sensational first act for 30 minutes…


Sisters of the Plague (2015) – By Baron Craze

New Orleans appears more as a backdrop than a setting in the art-house horror film Sisters of the Plague, which frankly is a tad strange, especially knowing of an area surrounded and shrouded in mysteries, murders, and several secrets, which might arise from the darkness on any given night. However, director Jorge Torres-Torres (Shadow Zombie…


Ten (2014) – By Baron Craze

The company BrinkVision, who represents for the most part the respectful the independent genre of the cinema, especially with their presentation of unique and twisted experiences of the latest released from director Sophia Cacciola (Clickbait [2019]) and Michael J. Epstein (Blood of the Tribades [2016]) who bring forth a low budget insane trip into the…


Muirhouse (2012) – By Baron Craze

I wrote this early on in my career of reviewing horror films, hence the style and format are vastly different from my current work and heavily improved upon the development of my writing and process. This review now contains some minor updates. Director and writer Tanzeal Rahim brings a new and powerful supernatural story and…