Tag: Chemical Burn Entertainment

Bordello Death Tales (2009) – By Baron Craze

Bordello Death Tales contains a trilogy of stripped-down creative grindhouse stylized dark demented tales of true nasty video conceptual design with interesting endings all from Chemical Burn Entertainment and directors James Eaves and Pat Higgins. The three stories are connected by a brothel run by the mysterious Madam Raven (Natalie Milner) and yet the storylines…


Slasher House (2012) – By Baron Craze

Eleanor James, a talented actress takes center stage in writer and director MJ Dixon’s Slasher House, marking her blazing career of twenty-six horror films, from starring in director Johannes Roberts’ Forest of the Damned [2005] to Jason Croot’s Le Fear II: Le Sequel [2016]. However, in this demented story, many things hide themselves in plain…


DOA Review: Dead Walkers: Rise of the 4th Reich [2013] – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER #0019 Yes, the 19th grave has been exposed in the DOA, another examination of a wretched film herein making it a case for inclusion in this desperate landscape as these reviews become more of an autopsy than anything else, exposing the corpse of a film and understanding what ruined it and ultimately causing…


A Dark Place Inside (2014) – By Baron Craze

Mike O’Mahony, director and writer most noted for Sloppy the Psychotic [2012] and Deadly Detour [2011], takes the audience on a macabre journey with his creation A Dark Place Inside, while focusing on the mindset of Andy (Chris Dalbey) who seeks the ideal woman, his own Bride of Frankenstein. The film is a low-budget production…


Devils in the Darkness (2013) – By Baron Craze

Director Daniel Falicki (noted for his character driven exploration of true monsters in Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth [2013]) created a slow burn sci-fi and horror film, that contains descent special effects and keeps upping the ante of more bizarre occurrences into the storyline, which creates a surprising enjoyable production from Chemical Burn Entertainment….


Anna: Scream Queen Killer (2013) – By Baron Craze

  The movie centers on Anna’s journey into the dark world of independent filmmaking, to a level beneath the low-budgeted horror genre that many fans find themselves viewing on a common daily frequency. The film’s scant running time definitely shows through the production of this tale, from director The Aquinas, a good thought about a…


Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth (2013) By Baron Craze

Chemical Entertainment brings forth a very interesting film from the hands of director and actor Daniel Falicki (Accidental Exorcist [2016])  and the creative minds of Warren Croyle (2 Jennifer [2016]) and Ryan Lieske (Awaken the Devil [2014]) that contains a premise of Neil Jordan’s Interview of a Vampire (1994) style yet excels in a theology…


Sloppy the Psychotic (2012) – By Baron Craze

Sloppy the Psychotic, comes from the deranged and twisted creative mind of director Mike O’Mahony (A Dark Place Inside [2014]) who also stars as Sloppy as well as providing the writing for the screenplay and many of job titles for this independent film. While I had received the DVD to view the film, a special…


Sinister Visions (2013) – By Baron Craze

Sinister Visions comes from Chemical Burn Entertainment and grants the audience a five-tale horror anthology, mixed with dark humor, graphic scenes, immense violence and gore, something for every horror and gore-hound fan to enjoy. This collection follows the path that Tales from the Crypt and Creepshow laid out before, and now becoming the mainstay for…