Tag: Film Reviews

Grizzly II: The Revenge (2020) – By Baron Craze

There are quite a few legendary horror films that span the countless decades of the genre, ideally many can name them, however sometimes movies themselves become lost, such as The Redeemer: Son of Satan [1978] or they were left undone as was Alfred Hitchcock’s final movie Kaleidoscope. In a similar fashion this production Grizzly II,…


The Torment of Laurie Ann Cullom (2014) – By Baron Craze

When aspiring filmmakers realize their screenplay might be out of reach for their first movie, they often check the limited resources and choose from one of three options, a single room location, found footage scare and lastly something in a slasher or zombie subgenre just to mark their debut. However, director and writer Mark Dossert…


The Mortuary Collection (2019) – By Baron Craze

Anthology films have always held a special place with horror fans, whether it’s some of the early versions such as Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors [1965] to The Vault of Horror [1973] or the more well-known creations Creepshow [1982], Tales of Poe [2014], or Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark [2019], regardless of your…


The Fiancé (2016) – Baron Craze

  A few things to understand about this movie from director Mark Allen Michaels, it’s his second feature, though his first in the horror genre, and his first attempt as a screenwriter. The Fiancé mixes a few genres together, first horror (creature feature), next comedy, smattering of romance, and a touch of drama, now sadly…


Wrong Turn (2021) – By Baron Craze

When you sit down to view this latest installment from the Wrong Turn franchise, expecting mutant hillbillies, then you are sadly mistaken, I was a little disappointed, but then I looked upon it in the same vein as Halloween III: Season of the Witch, how so, allow me a moment to explain. Everyone who first…


Unhallowed Ground (2015) – By Baron Craze

It’s always impressive when any film, especially a horror themed one, is given the opportunity to use a real location, herein the Mill Hill School in London, England, a great feat for first-time feature debut director Russell England, who previously only had his hand doing TV documentaries and short films, achieving distribution for Unhallowed Ground…


The Meg (2018) – By Creepy Crazy Cathy (AKA 3C)

    My nephew brought over one of his movies he got for Christmas and it just happened to be The Meg so I thought I would take some time to review it; another shark movie and in this case is a pre-historic enormous shark called a megalodon. It has a lot of similarities to…


Elves [1989] – By Baron Craze

Christmas horror movies will always be that unique niche market, a true subgenre of late, in the 70s and into the 80s it was a common one-off film for the season, but with the incorporation of nutty storylines, Krampus, St Nick, and Elves it all allowed for hell to freeze over unleashing blood good cheer,…


The Beach House [2019] – By Baron Craze

First, on this site we discuss various subgenres, it’s not just slashers or zombies we tend to dive into the unique corners of the horror realm, discovering or unearthing those unusual creations, The Beach House is just one of those, it presents itself as a H.P. Lovecraft, but plays as arthouse horror. It is not…


Prom Night (1980) – By Baron Craze

It’s likely that every horror fan knows when the slasher subgenre became well-known, those glorious gory early, after Sean Cummingham’s Friday the 13th was released the onslaught started, the killers emerged from the woods, mine-shafts, alleyways and invading the high schools. While one should know that Sean’s flick wasn’t the first slasher of 1980, it…