Tag: cryptozoology

Primal Rage: The Legend of Konga (2018) – By Baron Craze

The cryptozoological creature Bigfoot has made its mark over the past several decades in many low-budgeted films, often combining urban legends and folklore in various forms. In fact, it’s not limited to just one species of Bigfoot family which can often include a Sasquatch or Yeti, in the horror genre tallying over 105 movies that…


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…


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…


Hoax (2019) – By Baron Craze

It appears lately I have stumbled into a trend of my own making, often I look to review all types of horror films, from across all the subgenres and themes, the paranormal to zombies and slashers, however of late it’s in the realm of cryptozoology, yes a return to Bigfoot, a place where films like…


Willow Creek (2013) – By Baron Craze

Found Footage films seem to have earned a lasting impression on the horror genre, and the staying power always increasing mainly due to the fact of the cheapness for successful production, for wallets of budding filmmakers, however a strange element when a noted filmmaker, such as Bobcat Goldthwait enters into the subgenre with his version…


Exists (2014) – By Baron Craze

Eduardo Sanchez, a talented filmmaker, brings to life screenwriter Jamie Nash’s creation, (they both previously worked on Altered [2006]) which strangely adds more into the found footage market which he long ago helped to advance greatly with his movie The Blair Witch Project. Herein another film dealing the existence of Bigfoot and claiming on the…


Investigation 13 Press Release

The book opens on Krisstian de Lara’s spine-tingling Investigation 13 this fall with Uncork’d Entertainment announcing a digital and DVD release for September 10. Screen icon Meg Foster (“Twin Peaks”, They Live) stars in director Krisstian de Lara’s mesmerizingly unnerving Investigation 13, premiering on digital and DVD this September from Uncork’d Entertainment. Incorporating traditional narrative story-telling,…


Momo: The Missouri Monster Press Release

Small Town Monsters Debuts First Trailer For 70s Grindhouse Homage MOMO: THE MISSOURI MONSTER Wadsworth, OH — Small Town Monsters has released the first look at their new docudrama MOMO: The Missouri Monster.  The newest creature feature from Small Town Media founder and director Seth Breedlove, MOMO: The Missouri Monster seeks to tell the true, and truly strange story…


Terror in the Skies Press Release

Small Town Monsters Announces Release of Terror in the Skies Documentary of Encounters with “The Chicago Mothman” Across the Prairie State Available on DVD and Digital HD June 7th   Small Town Monsters has announced the nationwide Digital HD and DVD release of Terror in the Skies.  Director Seth Breedlove explores hundreds of years of terrifying reports of encounters with massive,…


Moth (2016) – By Baron Craze

Moth is a Hungarian mystery-horror film that combines both the found footage genre and a narrative cinematography found in standard horror movies coming from screenwriter József Gallai (Echoes [2018]), who directed it alongside with Gergö Elekes (Bodom [2014]) releasing the movie through Wild Eye Releasing. It is uncommon for found footage films to incorporate the narrative…