Tag: Low-Budget

Strange Nature (2018) – By Baron Craze

Strange Nature presents itself as a thriller first, then quite a bit of drama, before setting on horror in the second half of the film, as if the film mutates itself slowly unsure which direction to project itself towards, this likely is the result of first-time director James Ojala, who many know as a make-up…


Serial Kaller (2014) – By Baron Craze

Slasher movies likely have a strange fondness in many horror fans hearts, as one normally finds the staple icons carried over from the late 70s to today, any reference to them in article or headline generates retweets and massive number of views. However, the subgenre lately fallen on hard times, the reoccurring slasher driven tales…


Hell’s Kitty (2018) – By Baron Craze

When one hears the phrase “microbudget” to describe a massive sigh comes washing over them, mainly because this film is a true passion driven creation and with Nicholas Tana no difference, as his film is a moving but strange trippy tribute to his pet cat. The flick comes from both an adaptation of a 17-episode…


The Burning Dead (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Rene Perez knows and understands low-budget horror films, after directing quite a few and let alone three so far in 2015, such as Little Red Riding Hood and Play with Dolls, he unleashed The Burning Dead, starring the incredible Danny Trejo, in a tale of volcano erupting with flesh-hungry zombies with a twist –…


The Cropsey Incident (2017) – By Baron Craze

The tale of Cropsey comes from a real person, named Andre Rand who kidnapped and killed at least three young girls (possibly more), although he was not the first origins of the name, but the most infamous, and it inspired the 1981 horror film The Burning. However, in 2009 a very good documentary on the…


DOA Review: Midnight Macabre (2017) – By Baron Craze

DOA CASE NUMBER #104 This time wandering through the unmarked graves in the Land of DOA, one discovers this strange (not necessary in a good manner) anthology film Midnight Macabre, a solid title, but with numerous technical issues and a rough storyline from director and writer Joe Haugh, for his studio Messenger for the Damned…


The Elf (2017) – By Baron Craze

The Elf starts with an excellent festive title sequence, sadly, it ends abruptly and causes a bit of stumbling in trying to figure out the scope of the opening act, as Justin Price, director and writer stretches the scenes with the characters never quite getting their footing nor enjoyment for the fans of this unique…


Secret Santa (2015) – By Baron Craze

Christmas Horror movies often mixed into the slasher genre, and fit nicely into the low budget, especially for victims deserving of coal during the yuletide season. Assisted by an Indiegogo campaign directed and writer Mike McMurran got his Christmas wish with his debut flick Secret Santa and all of Santa’s mischievous charm of ghoulish and…


Tsunambee (2017) – By Baron Craze

When one comes across a film with the title Tsunambee, you get a quick understanding of what and insane, outrageous and possibly quite funny b-movie with the so bad its good concept. Sadly, none of that actually occurs, and this time ones receives a preachy movie of religious portions along with silly CGI and poor…


Zombie Isle (2014) – by Baron Craze

This review returns once more from the depths, before the DOA reviews were ever conceived, however with director Robert Elkins’ released of another zombie inspired nightmare film, A Zombie Croc: Evil Has Been Summoned (2015), only fitting to pull out this archive review. Please, note this is a very earlier version of my writing at…