Tag: Holiday Horror

Holidays (2016) – By Baron Craze

Anthology horror films continue the strong resurgence and find themselves in demand of many horror fans, looking for the upcoming stars and those bucking the Hollywood elite system of watered down horrific tales. “Holidays” designs an engaging topic by covering the entire year of what is normally subjected to dreadful pigeonholing with no expansion to…


Surviving the Holidays: Slashing Away Part 2 (Dec 16 to 31) – By Baron Craze

December 16th Dismembering Christmas (2015) there’s just something about this title I find amusing, perhaps it reminds of I Dismember Mama (1972), but anyway it follows the slasher playbook, with seven high schoolers shacking up in a winter lake house while someone seeks to see their insides at any cost. I suppose this madman seeks…


Ugly Sweater Party (2018) – By Baron Craze

First, before starting this review, I know the director, met him personally in 2008 at the Terror Film Festival, in Philadelphia, PA where I saw his short film Absent (2008), which made the Hollywood film Teaching Mrs. Tingle look like a g-rated production, his work contained scenes of brutalization and mass suicide of evil portions;…


Surviving the Holidays: Slashing Away Part 1 (Dec 1 to 15) – By Baron Craze

When this article was originally done in 2014, with the title Surviving the Holidays: Slashing and Slaying Santa Claus for the now defunct Rogue cinema site it was truly a major undertaking, and garnished it with 2,534 views, and tallied slightly over 5,000 words. Therefore, it is only proper to return to this credible article,…


All the Creatures Were Stirring (2018) – By Baron Craze

David Ian and Rebekah McKendry wrote and directed this latest anthology feature of a Christmas horror film while making sure to drown it in the festive color lights, and wintry mix, rather making sure to let the stories and actors themselves star in the production, and thereby allowing them to advance it on their own….


Stirring (2018) – By Baron Craze

The horror fans of today, truly blessed with an incredible number of horror subgenres, an estimated tally of 41 choices, and among them, a favor of writer and director Troy Escamilla, is that of slasher films which do often crossover to other areas. However, the subgenre that seems often overlooked or absent from the inclusion…