Tag: Film Reviews

Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All Time Vol 2 Horror & Sci-Fi (2020) – By Baron Craze

When it comes to documentaries they tend often to find a limited number of curious fans that are generally interested in exploring a vastly unknown concept to them, whether it’s the making of a movie, urban legends, or spooky locations, herein is the topic of cult films. Director Danny Wolf ventures out with a trio…


Happy Death Day (2017) – By Creepy Crazy Cathy (AKA 3C)

I know it has been a very long time since I’ve reviewed a movie on The Horror Times. In the past it’s always been children’s movies with some scary elements to it. Since my kids have been home due to schools being closed and that no theaters are open I’m going in a different direction….


The City of the Dead (1960) – By Baron Craze

Seeing some social media questions circulating lately concerning the viewing of gothic witch stories, a few comments mention Mario Bava’s Black Sunday (1960) and others noted The Love Witch (2016) the latter is more horror-comedy, although many point to The Witch (2015) however omitted from the lists this often overlooked and relatively unknown production. There…


Mon Mon Mon Monsters (2017) – By Baron Craze

Always curious when a filmmaker comes from a different discipline or craft steps forward, following their dream and passion, hence that’s Giddens Ko, a novelist from Taiwan, with his second feature film, on the powerful subject of bullying. When it comes to this topic there’s plenty to choose from the dramatic Bully (2001) to the…


Blackenstein (1973) – By Baron Craze

Severin Films release a buried 1973 horror movie Blackenstein, from director William A. Levey (Hellgate (1989)) which attempted to cash in on the blaxploitation of Blacula (1972) however fails badly, with a movie of dullness and sluggish pace. Nevertheless the more important aspect of the film is actually found in the special features surrounding the writer…


100 Acres of Hell (2019) – By Baron Craze

There’s truly no surprise to anyone how many horror films I see in an average year, of even how I obtain the permission nevertheless this one was very special, I knew the filmmakers, but that does not mean there’s a bias, I treat everyone’s film the same, to survive in this business you must have…


Body Double (1984) – By Baron Craze

Brian De Palma, a name well-known by horror fans for having directed 5-horror films to date, most noted Carrie (1976), however in the early 80’s his work took a turn and he began to upset critics, in 1983 he remade Scarface starring Al Pacino, a thoroughly controversial movie. However in 1984 he shocked the cinematic…


Momo: The Missouri Monster (2019) – By Baron Craze

  When it comes to cryptozoology, the worlds of documentaries and horror often intersect, to shed light on the outrageous situations which include monsters that leave some without rational explanations of their origins. These often come in the form, of folklore, urban legends, and mysterious tales handed down generation to generation. Almost every state in…


Trick (2019) – By Baron Craze

  While Trick’s PR department attempts to disguise itself as a horror thriller film with sophistication, it actually reveals itself as a slasher, especially in the first 10-minutes with a splattering inferno of slaughter that occurs on the screen. If you find yourself upset with the commonplace slasher fare released this Halloween season, then director…


Along Came the Devil 2 (2019) – By Baron Craze

  After the success of Along Came The Devil, director Jason DeVan served as screenwriter again for his sequel along with his wife and actress Heather uncredited writer who helped design the story from lead character Jordan’s role. The overall production follows as a continuation of the first film, picking up several years later or…