Tag: DOA Review

DOA Review: Walking Dead in the West (2013) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes when strolling through this vast wasteland, seeing that broken down ambulance sitting by the gates one’s never sure what they’ll find locating marked and unmarked film grave sites, however when one sees a tumbleweed rolling by, must give it a chase, hence finding this wretched mess. This by no means is this a twisted…


DOA Review: Predatory Instinct (2011) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER #0006 Once again, it is time to trudge into the muck of films unable to make it to the ER for rescuing before their untimely demise, so bad they rotted out the ambulance and now overgrown by nature, forgotten by many, especially the horror fans. Yes, DOA uncovering the worst of the worst,…


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…


DOA Review: Birdemic 2: The Resurrection (2013) – By Baron Craze

    CASE NUMBER #018 The resurrection of a nightmare film, perhaps, but the latest addition into the monthly column known as DOA Reviews, the film so bad in the horror genre, that this reviewer, took his time so that you, the fans, can save your vision and mind for something much better. Like what…


DOA Review The Lock In (2014) – By Baron Craze

    DOA Case #0020 The latest exhumed grave reveals an odd autopsy of the first Christian horror movie from a distributor called Holy Moly Pictures, but it considers their movie a found footage film, except that it clearly contains edits, special effects (sort-of) and audio enhancements. Most of the movie occurs during a “lock…


DOA Review The Amazing Bulk [2012] – By Baron Craze

      CASE NUMBER #0022: Sometimes in the DOA graveyard one comes across a bizarre film associated with the genre of horror, and that is fantasy, this trinket contains no value in either cinematic visionary conceptual design or in the effort to waste time viewing the hot mess still thoroughly wretched as from the…


DOA Review: Dracula Reborn [2015] – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER #024: First, and unbelievably true that Dracula Reborn [2015] is not the worst of the worst, the column of DOA already proven that fact time and time again, nor is it the most atrocious vampire flick, that goes to Sorority House Vampires [1998] however, this pitiful movie begs for a stake in the…


DOA Review: Night of Horror (1981) – By Baron Craze

    CASE NUMBER #003:   Once more it’s time to venture down the forgotten path, into the darkness to discover those movies that rank incredibly low in likes and overlooked by the horror fans, as before I accepted the mission to test the production of Night of Horror to see if it is worthy…


DOA Review: Little Red Riding Hood (2016) – By Baron Craze

    CASE NUMBER #128:   Once again, time to return the land DOA reviews, wretched horror films, that sadly haunt the genre, this time a venture into folk tales, named Little Red Riding Hood, a story whose history and origins traces back to the 10th century with several connections throughout Europe, however known from…


DOA Review: Attack of the Jurassic Shark (2012) – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER #005: As one can now figure this column DOA – Dead on Arrival films that one needs not to waste their time with as this reviewer, sacrifices their time, mind, and vision to the agony in this flick. It’s known that I adore the horror genre, a Horror Historian, however some movies…