Tag: Religious Horror

The Witch (2015) – By Baron Craze

Robert Eggers, the writer and director of The Witch, his debut film sets modern viewers back to New England in the approximate year of 1630, six decades prior to the Salem witch trials in 1692 creating a horror story from actual records of the folklore and stillness of the culture of then times. As Eggers…


The Omen (1976) – By Baron Craze

The Omen had a major impact invoking in the viewers the sheer terror embodiment of evil and hate, from one special little child name Damien. The name Damien that, to this day, results in sinister grins, and parents checking under the hairline for three conjoined sixes, as the birthmark of the Devil himself. However, for…


JeruZalem (2015) – By Baron Craze

JeruZalem is another found footage horror where the implementation of new technology enters into the fray and provides a slight improvement on the genre. Sadly, when horror fans hear the term “found footage” a depressive sigh escapes the mouth, slight tilt of the head however The Paz brothers (Doron and Yoav) use the backdrop of the…


Along Came the Devil (2018) – By Baron Craze

Before I begin this review, allow a moment to understand the concepts of both Religious Horror and Occult stories, both exist and have rightfully places in the horror genre, often enough the occult tales find themselves under the religious and yet crossing over into paranormal films. However, when mixing (demonic) possession movies, many times the…


Vidar the Vampire Press Release

Dread Central Presents launches VIDAR THE VAMPIRE June 12th 2018   Hollywood, CA –  On June 12, 2018, Epic Pictures Releasing via its horror label, Dread Central Presents will release the Norwegian vampire horror comedy movie, Vidar the Vampire, produced by Thomas Aske Berg, John Iver Berg & Fredrik Waldeland and directed by Thomas Aske Berg & Fredrik Waldeland. The film stars Thomas…


Night of Horror Celebration – By Baron Craze

I had an interesting opportunity this month to discover new filmmakers making their mark in the horror genre, and revisit with old friends, at the Cinemug in Philadelphia, PA, on May 19th, the location small and rather intimate allowing for artists to mingle and share their various expressions of horror creations. The night brought a…


Wrath of the Crows (2013) – by Baron Craze

Director Ivan Zuccon, who started his horror journey back in 2000, with The Darkness Beyond and has returned the field with his religious torturous horror film, with screenwriter’s Gerardo Di Filippo first and only venture into the genre, needless to say neither one miss anything upon delivering this very conceptualize gory brutal movie. The entire…