Tag: Horror Review

Satan’s School for Girls (1973) – By Baron Craze

Once more it’s time to revisit the television horror, namely this campy production which first aired on September 19, 1973 from the skilled hands and mind of producer Aaron Spelling through the distribution of the American Broadcastings Company (ABC) from director David Lowell Rich, who earlier that same year did The Horror at 37,000 Feet…


The Mutilator (1984) – By Baron Craze

The mid-eighties the horror genre truly was an interesting time, the slasher genre had a slowdown, but preparing for unsuspecting rebirth with the release of A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984, and creating two stars Robert Englund and Johnny Depp, while creating another chapter in Wes Craven’s life. It also had the home video…


Gehenna: Where Death Lives (2016) – By Baron Craze

It is actually refreshing when a horror movie, presents stunning cinematography of opening moments, with lush beautiful scenery, however that’s where the scenic moments tend to fall off for director Hiroshi Katagiri with this his first feature debut. He wrote the screenplay with the assistance of Nathan Long (Guyver: Dark Hero [1994])) and Brad Palmer…


Book of Monsters (2018) – By Baron Craze

Director Stewart Sparke and screenwriter Paul Butler, re-team to bring another horror tale after their Lovecraft inspired The Creature Below (2016) with a project complete thanks to a Kickstarter-funded campaign, bringing creatures to life in Book of Monsters. They used a fun script along with a series of practical special effects, all in homage to…


The Creature Below (2016) – By Baron Craze

When one thinks about underwater horror theme movies, many have the continuing nightmare of sharks, and it occurs far too much, the fear of the beasts appears more like those in Finding Dory than real life, aside from the suspense of The Shallows (2016). However, when an independent movie takes on the subject of a…


All Cheerleaders Die (2013) – By Baron Craze

All Cheerleaders Die, a film from directors Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson indirectly intended their film to a targeted portion of the horror comedy market by attracting audiences ranging from high school seniors to young college students, for that this is not a typical horror fans film. It will not appeal to the gore-hounds or…


Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) – By Baron Craze

There isn’t a horror fan who doesn’t know of Jason, the Friday the 13th franchise, and each one has their favorite part, and while this might not be might be my favorites it is in the top three of the series, the others Friday the 13th: Part Vi: Jason Lives and Part VII: The New…


Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954) – By Baron Craze

One of the most beloved monsters of Universal Studios, aside from the mainstays of Frankenstein and Dracula, comes from producer William Alland who aided in unleashing the 1954 classic film Creature From the Black Lagoon. Director Jack Arnold, who the previous year made the sci-fi classic It Came from Outer Space (1953), which actually assisted…


Sloppy the Psychotic (2012) – By Baron Craze

Sloppy the Psychotic, comes from the deranged and twisted creative mind of director Mike O’Mahony (A Dark Place Inside [2014]) who also stars as Sloppy as well as providing the writing for the screenplay and many of job titles for this independent film. While I had received the DVD to view the film, a special…


The St. Francisville Experiment (2000) – By Baron Craze

Director Ted Nicolaou, a master of low-budget horror films whose most recent film came out in 2012 known as DevilDolls and started his journey with TerrorVision (1986), takes on the found footage genre with a brief 79-minute film, called The St. Francisville Experiment, concerning the historical figure Madame LaLaurie’s horrid life. The filming takes place…