Tag: DOA Review

DOA Review: Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010) – By Baron Craze

    CASE NUMBER #010: I clearly have no clue how to start this review, it might be the toughest to date, as I could have written a profanity tirade but that’s not my style rather taking the time to complete an autopsy of why this movie exists in the land of the DOA reviews….


DOA Review: Ax ‘Em (1992) – By Baron Craze

  Some wonder where did the concept of DOA reviews come from well everyone knows of supposedly bad movies, often a person states this movie is the worst ever, but is it really, how does one measure that, acting, direction, lacking story? Hence the discovering of what makes it so bad that it hurts one’s…


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…


DOA Review: 90210 Shark Attack (2014) – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER #013   Often horror fans debate the greatest horror film ever made usually settling upon conditions, subgenres, and decades as horror conceptual designs change with newer generations, however many nitpick what’s the worst, many choose Troll 2 (1990) likely because of the dreadful content or what’s often mentioned. Nevertheless, fans dislike much,…


DOA Review: Attack of the Giant Leeches (2008) – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER #113   As one unearths the forgotten and wretched movies, in the DOA Reviews, it feels only fittingly in an era of redos, reimagining, and remakes, that the tenth discovery actually becomes one of them, our first and likely not the last. Facing the truth of many of these abominations deserves a…


DOA Review: Sorority House Vampires (1998) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER #126 Here is another review that must not escape the wrath of the DOA Graveyard, it like a few others found itself discovered before the location of Dead Horror Films, after careful examination, which didn’t need much, the result equals a deep burial for this carcass. AUTOPSY OF THE FILM:   A struggle…


DOA Review: Arachnicide (2014) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER #125   This a return to the DOA Graveyard, however this review done prior to the discovery of these hidden grounds, since then it was reevaluated and assigned this case number, just watch your step, it’s sometimes hard to get slimy or gooey off oneself, especially when trying to avoid the wretched corpses…


DOA REVIEW: Scorpius Gigantus (2006) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER: #111 One, important thing, I discovered among the grounds of the dead, are the films that no one cares enough to make properly on paper, its on a rare occasion that screenwriters find themselves unconcerned with a script, without any care for the plot or character development, meaningful dialogue, when one achieves a…


DOA Review: Aliens vs. Avatars (2011) – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER #0021 The latest uncovering of a grave in the wasteland now known as the DOA, comes a completely shabby rip-off, though the filmmakers likely to tribute it more of a mockbuster, sorry it really is not that, rather this autopsy will discover its true essence lies in continuity issues and plot delivery…


DOA REVIEW: Prison of the Dead (2000) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER: #110 David DeCoteau, a man has been known to overcome the smallest of budgets, and the tightest of shooting schedules, however that’s come with years of practices, the results vary greatly, such as this production found lying on the outskirts of the DOA graveyard. Prison of the Dead is definitely not what the…