Tag: Religious Horror

Evil Souls (2015) – By Baron Craze

When one hears that a horror movie has the term Satanism used in it, a fear and dread sets in, for many it brings an ominous taint, and for the fans, apprehension, as we all worry what new variation on the tiresome platform awaits for our viewing pleasure. However, the director duo Mauirzio and Roberto…


Kingdom Come (2014) – By Baron Craze

In the horror genre, everyone knows that many subgenres exist and with some a careful and sometimes delicate balance not that easily found, such as religious based horror movies, a downright touchy subject to start with for any filmmaker. One, a director needs to decide early on if they want to offend or just go…


DOA Review The Lock In (2014) – By Baron Craze

    DOA Case #0020 The latest exhumed grave reveals an odd autopsy of the first Christian horror movie from a distributor called Holy Moly Pictures, but it considers their movie a found footage film, except that it clearly contains edits, special effects (sort-of) and audio enhancements. Most of the movie occurs during a “lock…


Accidental Exorcist (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director, writer, actor, and all around filmmaker Daniel Falicki, returns with his latest creation, Accidental Exorcist, from Sector 5 Films, which is a division of Chemical Burn Films, known for the more low-budget and highly independent productions. Some critics of this film mistakenly consider it Daniel’s first production, and that of course that’s incorrect, previous…


Martyrs [2015] – By Baron Craze

In 2008, Pascal Laugier directed Martyrs, which remains, a tad unknown to those outside of the core of horror fans, and passed by the mainstream Hollywood elite, for the content equals disturbing brutality and unnerving concepts garnishing a cult status quickly for all the perverse violence display in an unrestrained manner.  Enter in directors Kevin…


Belzebuth (2017) – By Baron Craze

Belzebuth is a Spanish speaking horror film that focuses on the Mexican culture and religious attributes that tends to bend the rules of philosophies especially when dealing with the concept of the resurrection of Satan and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ in a nearly 2 hour demonic possession flick. This lengthy creation comes from…


Awaken the Devil (2014) By Baron Craze

Director Daniel Falicki, best known for delivering low-budget, solid films on time, such as the case with Devils in the Darkness and Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth both in 2013, and this time with Warren Croyle serving in his normal respectful position of executive producer, comes a religious horror film from Sector 5 films;…


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…