Tag: Creature Feature

Tremors (1990) – By Baron Craze

Time to revisit another classic creature feature that I enjoyed so much, herein 2020, it’s now celebrating 30-years and spawned countless sequels, and even a spin-off, but not much in the merchandise market for the fans, hence species of Tremors (aka: Graboids) the fearful underground dwelling beast. It had the ability to sense vibrations on…


It Came From Beneath the Sea (1955) – By Baron Craze

  Robert Gordon directed a little more than the average creature feature from screenwriters George Worthing Yates and Hal Smith, because not only feature the talents of Ray Harryhausen’s special effects, but that it gives Faith Domergue’s role as an independent professor (more on this later). Yates truly understood the new dimension of horror with creatures…


DOA Review: Jurassic Prey (2015) – By Baron Craze

    CASE NUMBER #008 Another week has come upon us to return to the land of horrendous movies, which dot the graveyard of the horror genre, and to discover if their burial is best left untouched. Though with this column you can see some filmmakers have attempted the impossible with disastrous results, and this…


The Relic (1997) – By Baron Craze

Authors Douglas Preston and Lincoln Childhad had their novel The Relic adapted into a b-movie creature feature, that serves the audience with creeps and enlighten entertainment, which incorporates cultural mythology, a mystery-story and superstition, yet omits key portions of the actual novel, while combining several characters into a few people, and finally switching the storylines…


DeepStar Six (1989) – By Baron Craze

This might be the strangest concept to understand, DeepStar Six plot is very similar to Leviathan and it is also one of six creature feature underwater films to find itself dated 1989 through 1990, which doesn’t count any films involving sharks or those type of predators. In Hollywood and indie studios, trends start, and producers…


Leviathan (1989) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes in the horror genre a common theme appears over the series of years, for example a slasher movie catches the box-office attention and a slew of others flood the market, well in 1989, a weird element occurred, namely three movies with similar plots all taking place many miles down in the oceans. Those films…


Queen Crab (2015) – By Baron Craze

WildEye Releasing, the mavericks of the sci-fi and horror genres, unleashes Queen Crab upon humanity, to the delight of no to low-budget filmmakers everywhere, as Brett Piper helmed with a complete insane production. Piper’s exploits though new to many, still have conquered many with tales of woe such as, Arachnia (2003) and of the legendary…


Bigfoot: Blood Trap (2017) – By Baron Craze

Well once again, we enter into the wilderness to discover another Bigfoot movie, though this one is unlike any others I’ve likely seen for quite some time, the last one was Bigfoot Horror Camp (2017), the entire folklore and logic goes thoroughly bonkers, a lot comes from the new division of Wild Eye Releasing called…


Matango (1963) – By Baron Craze

After nearly 10-years from the acclaim of Godzilla (1954) and many other films involving mega-sized monsters director Ishiro Hondo, brought another horror film, in the form of what would later become known as body-horror (think of Bite [2015] and The Fly [1986]) and is based on the story “Voice in the Night” by William Hope…


Godzilla (1954) – By Baron Craze

First, it is great pleasure I review this film, I thoroughly enjoy creature features and cryptozoology movies, but also one that incorporates part of real-life history into the backstory of the movie, and herein that World War II and the dreadful creation of the atomic bomb. I’ve mentioned before in other reviews the importance of…