Tag: Film Reviews

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…


Ma (2019) – By Creepy Crazy Cathy (AKA 3C)

  I first saw Ma when it came to theaters with my husband in May 2019 and then again during the pandemic with a couple of my girlfriends. This film makes you think about who you meet in a public setting. Ma is directed by Tate Taylor who had never directed a horror film before;…


The Barge People (2018) – By Baron Craze

Often a filmmaker will put a scene into their movies to reference or even play homage to a classic horror film, such as in Lost After Dark [2015] did a scene in ode to Zombie [1979]; well director Charlie Steeds does the similar thing, except his entire movie becomes a love letter to those movies…


I Spit on Your Grave: Déjà Vu (2019) – By Baron Craze

If one is brutally honest the horror genre has some truly controversial films within its ranks, some lasting decades in their repulsive imagery and others more recent strangely clamoring for that infamous glory. Just the mere thinking of the subject, has one associating other words “disturbing” and “offensive” most could think of a few that…


Fist of Jesus (2012) – By Baron Craze

This is a 15-minute short film I found on YouTube and also saw at the Horror Happenings Film Festival back 2014, it’s a Spanish gore film from Adrián Cardona and David Muñoz, which has since earned 76-awards for their relatively unknown flick. It clearly delivers a vast amount of gore, blood and laughs; a parody…


Sssssss (1973) – By Baron Craze

The 1970s were a crowded field of horror movies, but it namely had environmental horrors swooping in and slithering in the grass, of course the biggest monster came from a great white in the form of Jaws (1975), although to be very fair Alfred Hitchcock did release likely the first animal attacking movie in 1963…


Dead by Dawn (2020) – By Baron Craze

Ever watch a movie, knowing that there’s a high probability that it might not live to the expectations for it, or are you watching for the artwork on a DVD/poster art, however it’s likely because there’s someone in the movie you like and that justifies the reasoning? Well I’m guilty of that with this flick,…


The Rejuvenator (1988) – By Baron Craze

For those unaware this movie is an indirect remake of Roger Corman’s The Wasp Woman (1959), though it does take cues from Re-Animator (1985), with the regard of creating a serum to stay youthful forever, in other words playing to perhaps the favorite deadly sin Vanity. Some of our readers might recall reading about this…


Death Ship (1980) – By Baron Craze

I figure it’s only appropriate that I cover this film because there’s a vast exploitation genre with many subgenres under it, from Nunsploitation, Naziploitation, to Ozploitation, which I covered on the site, by reviewing various movies such as The Demons [1973], Reichsfuhrer-SS [2015], and Turkey Shoot [1982]. In addition, as some can tell I enjoy…


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…