Tag: Friday the 13th (1980)

Friday the 13th (1980) – By Baron Craze

Since there’s over 187 film reviews of the flick, and likely every cinematic fan, especially the horror fiends, fans, and gurus it is thoroughly impossible to discover anything new about this creation, add-in all the books, interviews, documentaries and convention morsels and appears everything that can be and has been said. Therefore, why toss another…

The Bloody ‘Friday the 13th’ Lawsuit – By Baron Craze

Many of the horror fans find themselves choosing sides in the legal battle of Sean S. Cunningham and Victor Miller, it’s a bit like a version of Freddy vs. Jason, except this all has real world implications that jeopardized the enjoyment for the fans and the financial costs of both parties named above seeking rewards….

DOA Review: Zombie Island Massacre (1984) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER: #107 First, technically no zombies exist in the overall concept of the film, I know it says zombie and massacre, these words merely used out of context, for example while the movie shows one undead creature its quickly disposed of thereby ending the attack. The zombie in this flick relates to the voodoo…

Blood Slaughter Massacre (2013) – By Baron Craze

Director and co-writer Manny Serrano with screenwriter Louie Cortes presents a retro style horror film in excellent entertaining style, which contains a solid script and proper execution of a slasher genre, for genre fans and gore-hounds to enjoy equally. The plot starts with a party and results in massacre, that police, Officers Fincher (Matt W….

Pitchfork (2016) – By Baron Craze

Choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard took great strides in bringing his first directorial debut to a solid conclusion, Pitchfork, follows much of the standard playbook on slasher features, with a few variations and all of it surprising shot with limited equipment, time and budget. As is true with most films in this vein, the opening contains…