Tag: Epic Pictures

Harpoon (2019) – By Baron Craze

Having previously seen Rob Grant’s work before named Mon Ami (2012) at the Terror Film Festival held long ago in Philadelphia, PA, I knew the vein and approach of his latest work Harpoon took witnessing the first act. While Rob wrote the script he was assisted by Mike Kovac who worked on at least one…


Candy Corn (2019) – By Baron Craze

When it comes the Halloween season, there are slew of horror flicks that get released, often enough they include ghosts, zombies, clowns and so on, and many of these are fine to play anytime of the year, however there’s a group that find themselves only situated for the month of October just that beloved holiday….


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…


Book of Monsters (2018) – By Baron Craze

Director Stewart Sparke and screenwriter Paul Butler, re-team to bring another horror tale after their Lovecraft inspired The Creature Below (2016) with a project complete thanks to a Kickstarter-funded campaign, bringing creatures to life in Book of Monsters. They used a fun script along with a series of practical special effects, all in homage to…


REDCON-1 Press Release

Los Angeles, CA, January 29, 2019 – Dread Central Presents and Epic Pictures are about to take you into post-apocalyptic England with the announcement that we will be releasing REDCON-1! The film comes from the mind of writer/director Chee Keong Cheung and is produced by Carlos Gallardo (Desperado, Once Upon a Time in Mexico), Stephen L’Heureux (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For), and Kevin Eastman, co-creator…


Extremity (2018) – By Baron Craze

Anthony DiBlasi (Last Shift [2014] and Most Likely to Die [2015]) takes on controversial topic of extreme haunts, those that push the envelope of acceptable behaviors of scaring someone for the minor jolt and laughs. These places exist, and people (adults) pay for them and freely sign release waivers, by no means do the businesses…


Lasso (2018) – By Baron Craze

Once again Epic Pictures and Dread Central Presents teamed up to deliver director Evan Cecil’s film Lasso (aided by production firm Dragonfly films) to the masses, clearly from the artwork and the title a horror western themed flick, but the main question, does it survive a round up and a shootout. Well screenwriter Roberto Marinas…


Old 37 (2015) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriters Joe Landes and Paul Travers (who’s working on his short-film The Waiting Bell, now in completed status, at the time of publishing it), also served as second unit director, created the script from a nightmare, which is the common method for these horror flicks, nothing better than devilish, sick and twisted tales to scare…