Tag: gore-hounds

American Backwoods: Slew Hampshire (2013) – By Baron Craze

Horror fans rarely encounter a low-budget phenomenal film with the true ABCs of the horror genre presented in a vivid explosion of awesome bloodbath carnage, which includes many features of the smashing into each other with brutal force pleasuring the scenes of the diehard gore hounds, and never relenting for the briefest moment, this movie…


Deathgasm (2015) – By Baron Craze

Horror fans, for the most part, know that heavy metal music influences into the genre, existed for countless years, however most times it takes the blame for suicides, satanic rituals and other nonsensical garbage, but thanks to director Jason Lei Howden (who worked on Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter [2012]) and his flick Deathgasm that definitely…


Varsity Blood (2014) – By Baron Craze

Alas, another slasher movie, sadly, they seem to keep taking wrong turns and never making it to the final destination and that is what quality horror is something that keeps the audience engaged. Varsity Blood came out shortly after original movie All Cheerleaders Die (2013), however it never delivers in a relatively good manner, and…


Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (1981) – By Baron Craze

There is no other way to describe Burial Ground, except by noting it is a sleazy, gross, and contains likely the first Opedius zombie complexion, in the entire genre and perhaps even in the cinematic world, and yet this movie has a passionate blood and gross core of fans that hunger for a return to…


Zombie Holocaust aka Doctor Butcher M.D. (1980) – By Baron Craze

When the cannibal subgenre found the reign of its terror nearing the end and they witnessed the strong rise of the dead, with creation of more zombie films, producer Fabrizio De Angelis (The Beyond [1981]) decided why not combine the two genres, hence creating Zombie Holocaust. In the process, the Italian gore saturation of explicit…


The Beyond (1981) – By Baron Craze

Attention: Only the true hardcore horror fans need apply here, as anyone familiar with the powerful and incredible visual presented in the Italian horror cinema, they already know about The Beyond, as a masterpiece to both Fulci fans and elements of extreme excessiveness. This movie doesn’t hold anything back, delivering gore, and strives forward providing…


Hotel Inferno (2013) – By Baron Craze

Director Giulio De Santi, known for his thrilling gross theatrics, presents his film Hotel Inferno, filmed in a first person perspective, which follows a narrative storyline and yet feels strangely familiar. Noting that JeruZalem (2015) took on this concept of first person filming (POV), only a few others have braved the new technology, namely the…


After School Massacre (2014) – By Baron Craze

When one incorporates the word massacre into their title, it first needs to live up to its standing especially in the horror genre, and fans think of slasher slaughter films like for example The Slumber Party Massacre (1982) or Music Store Massacre (2013). The gore a requirement, the blood needs to cover everything and everyone,…


Music Store Massacre (2013) – By Baron Craze

Music Store Massacre, takes on the most original opening to an independent film, in quite some time, with the infamous Reverend Smith (Frank Bliss) mutilating himself, by extreme means, and executing his sister, a police officer before uttering his last words “Death to thou who hates”, before Detective Young who arrives to discover the gruesome…


Trailer Park of Terror (2008) – By Baron Craze

Southern horror, especially when dealing in the subgenre of ‘redneck horror,’  finds itself with wickedly fun cinematic rides, and most definitely when involving finger chewing zombies, splatter fried barbecues and sweet home ghastly love bites, and that all comes from director Steven Goldmann’s nasty blood-slick film. Timothy Dolan, screenwriter from this nutty and yet creative…