Tag: Foreign Horror

Heilstätten (2018) – By Baron Craze

Ah, the found footage subgenre continues to mightily roll-on, over 20-years ago The Blair Witch Project [1999] relaunched these films from the 70s on a spectacular internet marketing plan, then came the Paranormal Activity [2007] which led to its own franchise, in both cases these movies made one believe that what they saw was authentic…


Violator (2018) News

A Foreign Horror Tale of Woe A woman is trying to find out what happened to her missing younger sister, discovers a sinister website that leads her to a small isolated village where desperate teenagers gather to find death. Genre: Horror   Originally known as: Baioreta   Directed By: Jun’ichi Yamamoto Written By: Jun’ichi Yamamoto Starring:…


Rammbock: Berlin Undead (2010) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriter Benjamin Hessler marks his debut with this film, Rammbock assisted by director Marvin Kren (both would later re-team for the horror movie Blood Glacier [2013]) in this 2010 production billed as the first zombie film made in Germany so this obviously falls into the grouping of other zombie movies, aside from the setting and…


Thirst Press Release

Icelandic adrenaline-pumping vampire epic Thirst premieres on DVD and Digital December 1 in North America. The addict Hulda is arrested and accused of murdering her brother. After she is let go because of insufficient evidence, she meets Hjörtur, a thousand-year-old gay vampire. Together they fight a cult while being investigated by a rouge detective. From directors Steinþór…


Belzebuth (2017) – By Baron Craze

Belzebuth is a Spanish speaking horror film that focuses on the Mexican culture and religious attributes that tends to bend the rules of philosophies especially when dealing with the concept of the resurrection of Satan and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ in a nearly 2 hour demonic possession flick. This lengthy creation comes from…


One Cut of the Dead (2017) – By Baron Craze

If you haven’t seen this movie yet STOP READING NOW because there’s no way to briefly explain the film without revealing a spoiler, therefore this leaves one with two options, because of the initial setup of the film you might abandon the viewer thinking it’s sloppy or disjointed but then you miss the point and…


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…


Why Don’t You Just Die! (2018) – By Baron Craze

Independent filmmakers often find themselves faced with next to nothing budgets, which isn’t a new concept or revelation, among their mirage of problems is simply, location. Then add into the mix, a screenplay that is center on just that adds to the difficulty of telling a story, yet greatly reduces the costs, everything in life…


Train to Busan (2016) – By Baron Craze

A foreign movie sometimes struggles for success in many English speaking nations, namely due to the subtitles or cultural references, however when a filmmaker makes a quality piece of art, it will transcend those barriers as did Train to Busan, the simply look at the box office take proves its worth becoming the first film…


Luciferina (2018) – By Baron Craze

Gonzalo Calzada’s Luciferina added exoticism of being demonic possession and satanic rites, something missing in many of the films in this arena of horror, it reminds one of Jess Franco’s famed works, yes mostly exploitation; has his latest film Luciferina released by Artsploitation Films. Another aspect of Gonzalo’s movie the using of an actual substance that real…