Tag: cryptozoology

Cherokee Creek (2018) – By Baron Craze

A new Bigfoot movie graced the small screen recently for all the enthusiasts passionate about cryptozoology lore, while definitely fitting into the arena of crude, rude, and non-political correct humor, fret not the gore and blood splatter turns brown woods into a red mess. Coming from production company Movie Mafia Productions LLC and not worrying…


Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes (2012) – By Baron Craze

The found footage in the horror genre, was founded as early as Cannibal Holocaust (1980) and made most famously by The Blair Witch Project (1999), tends to follow a simple formula, but the trick comes from the direction of the story and believability of the actors working in constant natural state with nothing forced as…


Phantoms by Dean Koontz Book Review – By Baron Craze

In 1979, Dean Koontz wrote a novel entitled, Whispers, launched on a successful and award-winning career path, earning positions onto the bestseller list, going from an unknown suspenseful writer to this acclaim which shifted his world dramatically.  Trying to pigeonhole the author proved a tad difficult, his work still contains solid footing in suspense and…


Cherokee Creek Too Offensive for Amazon Streaming

BIGFOOT HORROR FILM CHEROKEE CREEK DEEMED “TOO OFFENSIVE” BY AMAZON AND REMOVED FROM STREAMING SERVICE The horror movie universe was buzzing hard about finally being able to enjoy Cherokee Creek, the raunchy Bigfoot horror/comedy that has been receiving rave reviews from fans and critics. The film recently hit Video on Demand formats like iTunes, Google…


Dark Was the Night (2014) – By Baron Craze

Creature features always hold a special place in the lore of Horror Films, as many fans grew up reading about them in various books, the beast hiding in the closet or under the bed, to some it frightens the little kiddies and others, well, and they become the latest fans of the horror genre. Dark…


Q: The Winged Serpent (1982) – By Baron Craze

Q: The Winged Serpent is a truly cheesy monster movie with many fun moments, filling a goofy storyline, adding to a wonderful fantasy work and all from the talent filmmaker Larry Cohen, who wrote and directed this insane flick. Larry created this film in frustration, after a foul-up on another project in New York City,…


SiREN (2016) – By Baron Craze

It is uncommon when an anthology film generates one of the stories into a feature length, but that is exactly what occurs with the film SiREN, which was previously known as ‘Amateur Night’ in V/H/S (2012). Now this even goes a step further, with Hannah Fierman reprising her character Lily, needless to say the story…


DOA Review: Search for the Beast (1997) – By Baron Craze

DOA CASE NUMBER #105 Once again, the adventure into the land of DOA commences, this time the unearthing of what some called one of the ‘worst films ever made’ a phrase often tossed about with a basis for it. Some consider the Tom Cruise flick The Mummy the worst ever too, it’s not even close…


Killer Mermaid (2014) – by Baron Craze

With the recent release of The Lure on the well-respected Criterion Collection, a musical based production and bizarre moments that filter more to fantasy than straight-up horror, hence returning to more of horror base concept. When one thinks of mermaid films, most remember Splash (1984) starring Daryl Hannah and Tom Hanks, and for the Disney…


Interview with Director Dallas Morgan [Sightings (2017)] – By Baron Craze

Dallas Morgan is the director of Sightings released by High Octane Pictures, a film filled with a fun and enjoyable adventure in the realm of sci-fi with far less of horror elements. Baron Craze: I enjoyed your film Sightings, it went in a different direction than I expected, how did you come up with the…