Tag: Mystery

Official Trailer For The Film: JUNE 9

What Happened To The Boston 5?  Here is the OFFICIAL TRAILER for the feature film, ‘JUNE 9’ that explores that question and so much more. Get ready for a trip to Helltown! JUNE 9 shows the group of five teens, known as the “Boston Mills 5”, on a search for some harmless fun at the end of the…


April Fool’s Day (1986) – By Baron Craze

Within the horror genre, there are plenty of unique films for multiple reasons, a classic design, cool characters, phenomenal locations, exquisite storyline, and then there’s those movies with those special twist endings commonly found in Scream [1996] and thereafter such as the recent No Escape [2020]. However, this concept existed before these movies, with one…


The Bates Haunting (2012) – By Baron Craze

Director Byron Turk’s The Bates Haunting film plays more of a mystery with horror themed undertones, thanks to screenwriters Sean Skinner and J.L. Stremberg (Altar Boy [2015]) focus the script on the character Agnes Rickover (Jean Louise O’Sullivan) who also stars in Stremberg’s previously mentioned film.  Although, before discussing the movie in detail, it is…


Sisters of the Plague (2015) – By Baron Craze

New Orleans appears more as a backdrop than a setting in the art-house horror film Sisters of the Plague, which frankly is a tad strange, especially knowing of an area surrounded and shrouded in mysteries, murders, and several secrets, which might arise from the darkness on any given night. However, director Jorge Torres-Torres (Shadow Zombie…


Project Nightmare (1987) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriters Donald M. Jones and James C. Lane penned this very strange, bizarre sci-fi film, that leans more to mystery than horror, and this movie is also included on the DVD of Murderlust [1985], which on the box says 1987 too. Now almost all critics and fans of this production believe the creation of it…


The Harrow (2016) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes audiences receive incredible films, from first time feature filmmakers, and that’s the case with Kevin Stocklin’s The Harrow, a thrilling movie, generating an emotional tension layered in truths perceived in different manners, which he also served as screenwriter. His film, not based on pressure settings, grandiose theatrical setting, or action driven sequences, rather a…


Havenhurst (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director Andrew C. Erin brings an interesting concept mixing the genres of horror and mystery together that brings the real serial killer H.H. Holmes back to life, well in the style of his relatives using his trick to kill the unworthy. Often films like this have thriller elements but the mystery qualities echo through more precise. In…


The Gatehouse (2016) – By Baron Craze

Gatehouse wraps itself into a fantastical tale set in the wilderness, with nature reclaiming what rightfully belongs to it, while discovering legends and strange sinister creatures as well as a ghost story, one thing it’s not, is a horror film, it’s more of a single widowed father and his daughter, from director and screenwriter Martin…


Snapshot (1979) – By Baron Craze

This is the first theatrical feature film of director Simon Wincer considered to be an Ozploitation picture, it is actually a well-made thriller (not a horror genre creation) although even a stretch to achieve the level of a thriller aside from a few nerve-wracking scenes. The script written in just 10 days, (although only the…


Mortal Remains (2013) Review – By Baron Craze

A production company called Cryptic Pictures first created a documentary thriller, but because of the controversial methodology of how they ‘filmed it’, changed to the context of a shockumentary, before finally in 2013 nestled on Horror, Mystery and Thriller genres for the movie Mortal Remains. The filmmakers to lessons from those of The Blair Witch…