Tag: indie horror

The Terror Experiment (2010) by Baron Craze

Director George Mendeluk, most known for made-for-television projects, and most recent horror film, Forever 16 [2013] works with D. Todd Deeken’s screenplay bringing forth a high rise zombie film, at nearly 80-minutes (including the credit scroll), which is 10-minutes under the normal scale for horror features, entitled The Terror Experiment. The film contains numerous b-movie…


State of Emergency (2011) – By Baron Craze

Director Turner Clay (Mischief Night (2014)) brings a new twist into a highly evolving zombie sub-genre as a new generation of filmmakers of indie films try to navigate the genre traditions, rules, and legions of fans, for these creatures while focusing attention on the survivors. That is exactly what State of Emergency does, it avoids…


Slasher House (2012) – By Baron Craze

Eleanor James, a talented actress takes center stage in writer and director MJ Dixon’s Slasher House, marking her blazing career of twenty-six horror films, from starring in director Johannes Roberts’ Forest of the Damned [2005] to Jason Croot’s Le Fear II: Le Sequel [2016]. However, in this demented story, many things hide themselves in plain…


Hunger (2009) – By Baron Craze

Director Steven Hentges explores in a horror direction of the Milgram Obedience Experiment, which offered a powerful, creative, and disturbing ability to have the endless authority to instill obedience and the power it has over others, using L.D. Goffigan as the screenwriter for the basis of this experiment. This horror film provides a look into…


The Roost (2005) – Baron Craze

It is always interesting to reflect back to see a director’s first movie, knowing where they have transcended, and that man is Ti West with respect to his extremely low-budget B-movie, presenting his horror knowledge for the fans. This film honestly doesn’t contain all the thrills, and chills, that one expects in the horror genre,…


Hot Wax Zombies on Wheels (1999) – By Baron Craze

This is an odd one, first allow me to clearly state that there are no zombies presented, only individuals excessively wandering and mumbling incoherently about ridding others of pesky body hair, seriously and honestly. Now I know what are you thinking wait why did you choose to review this movie, I didn’t it was on…


The Curse of Dracula (2019) – By Baron Craze

  It’s always interesting to see horror films coming from different parts of the world, the nuances that they incorporate into their storytelling, and this time we return to Slovenia, that had a long absent in producing horror flicks, Short Night of Glass Dolls [1971]; then Killbillies [2015] from director Tomaz Gorkic, now presents this movie…


Cold Hearts (1999) – By Baron Craze

    I first started writing horror movie reviews in 2014 for Rogue Cinema (which is no more) and this was one of the first ones from April of that year. As you can see the style and format has changed since then. Producer, director, and writer Robert A. Masciantonio, celebrated the 15th anniversary of…


Ten (2014) – By Baron Craze

The company BrinkVision, who represents for the most part the respectful the independent genre of the cinema, especially with their presentation of unique and twisted experiences of the latest released from director Sophia Cacciola (Clickbait [2019]) and Michael J. Epstein (Blood of the Tribades [2016]) who bring forth a low budget insane trip into the…


The Room (2019) – By Baron Craze

When it comes to a discussion involving the well-known classic tale called The Monkey’s Paw (1902) from author W.W. Jacobs it has been vastly explored, in other books, plays, at least 15-movies and 4-television episodes, name any media and it has a variation of it. Among those movies most recently the 2013 version from director Brett…