Tag: Midnight Releasing

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…


Psychotic (2012) By Baron Craze

This film marks the debut of Johnny Johnson, as director and writer, and his first independent low-budget creation, that while set in mental hospital does not revolve around a found footage, a normal escape for many breaking into the market and the horror genre. Thankfully, the production does make strives forward for an enjoyable horror…


Strip Club Massacre (2017) – By Baron Craze

There’s an ultra-fine line between the b-movies and z-grade films, and yes it’s true that c-grade flicks exist too, but those tend to become the television cable fillers, therefore where does this movie fall on the sliding scale, it leans more to the b, than z, many due to fact it contains an abundance of…


Rabid Love (2013) – By Baron Craze

Director Paul J. Porter a master of creating short horror films staking his first in 2008 with Claim 24: A Dark Fairytale and most recently The Birthing Field (2014), yet sandwiched between those films, the opportunity to recreate another short film, into a full-length feature named Rabid Love from Midnight Releasing. The story comes from…


Sick: Survive the Night (2012) – By Baron Craze

When dealing with the fascinating world of zombie genre horror flicks, they run the gambit of their feeding frenzy to the audiences from exciting to over-the-top and then absurd to dread; however always in common the desperation to survive the undead apocalypse for another day. Director Ryan M. Andrews (Save Yourself [2015]) takes the hold…


On the Brain (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director Kevin Van Stevenson presents an interesting switch in the standard horror genre returning to a crossover genre that of westerns, it usually involves miners or ghost towns, however this time more of a reflection of concerns of today perhaps the usage mad cow disease. Though of course, the tale focuses on one primarily species,…


Australiens (2014) – By Baron Craze

One is unsure what to expect when viewing the cover art of this production, but leaving an open mind for wonderment of the cinema experience helps greatly, and the film opens to a fantastic tone, which easily gives way for an enjoyable movie, while having no seriousness intended. The filmmaker, Joe Bauer, who previous directed…


Silent Retreat (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director and writer Ace Jordon, previously known for his short film Kill Devil Kill (2010), presents his latest deep entrenched in storytelling and slow pacing character building thriller tale, Silent Retreat, distributed by Midnight Releasing. Assisting him in the endeavor with the story is Heather Smith and Taryn Stenberg, surrounding themselves in the beautiful location…


Bleeding Hearts (2015) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriter Ken Del Vecchio, continues to invent his infamous writer status that precipitated his other creations such as Polycarp (2007) and the highly acclaimed Scavenger Killers (2013) with a black humor style, filled vile and uneven madness spilling into a simplistic story of psychotic killings from a loyal group of sisters, assisted by writer Rachael…


Blood Punch (2013) – By Baron Craze

Madellaine Paxson serves a director of this fascinating horror film, from talented screenwriter Eddie Guzelian, delivering a twisted horror version of Bill Murray’s Groundhog Day (1993) and Happy Death Day (2017), from the low budgeted indie market that pleases the audience in many ways. But what is more satisfying being the background of this team,…