Tag: Other Worldly Cinema

Lifechanger (2018) – By Baron Craze

  Sometimes everyone has that fleeting thought if they could live forever, it falls in the same of dreams of winning a massive lottery, with luck of falling in love with the one they love, but every time they try it ends in chaos, well the center of the story involving Lifechanger, from writer and…


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…


Score [2016] – By Baron Craze

A fascinating documentary about the film composers and their orchestra which develop a grandiose design to make the films speak in amazing design, transforming, and transcending mere images into a fluid pattern reaching deeper into the viewers. The project headed by director Matt Schrader in his first film debut, has earned several from film festivals,…


Greta (2018) – By Creepy Crazy Cathy (AKA 3C)

    I’ve been enjoying writing reviews with no pressure and I want thank Baron for that. Next month I will go back to what I really like which is kids horror/Halloween. This month I’m writing about more of suspenseful film than horror which in this case is Greta. I first saw it in theaters…


Aleister Crowley: Legend of the Beast (2013) – By Baron Craze

When watching a film, where one’s own mother refers to her son as the wickedest man alive and then proceeds to give him the title of the Great Beast 666, then has the press cover him in myths and mysterious overtones, one feels curious to see a biographic film about Aleister Crowley. Aleister’s name is…


The Silencing (2020) – By Baron Craze

I must admit when I first heard about this movie, there was one thing that really caught my attention the usage of a ghillie suit (so many action films, primary the sniper ones already deployed it), always thought it would  be ideal if used in a horror filming with stalking themes and then add in…


78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene (2017) – By Baron Craze

As a fan, scholar and student of Alfred Hitchcock films and knowing in September 2020, that his beloved and most celebrated in at least the horror genre Psycho turns 60-years, which led me to writing several different reviews and featured various podcasts to talk about my favorite film of his, I thought it only fitting…


Bloodline (2018) – By Baron Craze

Director Henry Jacobson directs his first feature film, and his first venture into the horror genre, using a script from Ayra Fox-Lerndr  and Will Honley (The Hive [2014])), however makes it all very reminiscent of a long lost Italian giallo movie, as it contains an interesting series of cool blues and vibrant reds, and then…


Gwen (2018) – By Baron Craze

First, Gwen will not appeal to many horror fans, it tends to lean more to a dark drama, with thick a gothic overtone, a slight nod to folklore horror with human monsters, all thanks to director and writer William McGregor who paints a bleak storyline filled with sexism, misfortune, and treachery all occurring in the beginning…