Tag: Sci-fi

DeepStar Six (1989) – By Baron Craze

This might be the strangest concept to understand, DeepStar Six plot is very similar to Leviathan and it is also one of six creature feature underwater films to find itself dated 1989 through 1990, which doesn’t count any films involving sharks or those type of predators. In Hollywood and indie studios, trends start, and producers…


Leviathan (1989) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes in the horror genre a common theme appears over the series of years, for example a slasher movie catches the box-office attention and a slew of others flood the market, well in 1989, a weird element occurred, namely three movies with similar plots all taking place many miles down in the oceans. Those films…


Ghostbusters (1984) – By Baron Craze

I afforded the opportunity to watch director Ivan Reitman’s classic 1984 Ghostbusters flick, it like Gremlins released on the same day, was something I missed at the theaters when I was a child; if one wonders why, wait for my autobiography. Needless to say, I have seen it countless times on the small screen, enjoying…


Replace (2017) – By Baron Craze

The phrase ‘body horror’ captures the fans attention, the eyes widen with delight, motionless faces become gleeful smiles, for those unaware it goes far past the conceptual term of method acting which has the actor enduring some serious modifications. Often it’s used with David Croneberg’s movies Videodrome (1983), The Fly (1986), or the flick Bite…


Mold! (2012) By Baron Craze

Director Neil Meschino’s Mold, his first feature horror film, is a disgusting yet unique throwback to the 1980s filmmaking with an exquisite messy gore-fest in the sci-fi genre that satisfies all horror fans. In addition, an incredible treat for the b-movie audience that craves this type of production, the legendary actor Edward X. Young (Mr….


Matango (1963) – By Baron Craze

After nearly 10-years from the acclaim of Godzilla (1954) and many other films involving mega-sized monsters director Ishiro Hondo, brought another horror film, in the form of what would later become known as body-horror (think of Bite [2015] and The Fly [1986]) and is based on the story “Voice in the Night” by William Hope…


Godzilla (1954) – By Baron Craze

First, it is great pleasure I review this film, I thoroughly enjoy creature features and cryptozoology movies, but also one that incorporates part of real-life history into the backstory of the movie, and herein that World War II and the dreadful creation of the atomic bomb. I’ve mentioned before in other reviews the importance of…


THE UNEARTHIANS: Comic Book Press Release

Two best friends are abducted, but the aliens made a big mistake by bringing them into their ship. Now in an underground base somewhere on Earth our heroes, with the help of other beings, will help humanity by uncovering the dark agenda the aliens have in store for Earth. Famed comic creator Omar Mora has officially announced…


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…


It Came from Outer Space (1953) – By Baron Craze

In 1953, horror and sci-fi combined to unleash a series of new terrors, for the teenager market, this became Universal Studios’ first 3D move, that achieved both financial success and a cult following in later years. It served the other studios of this new realm to explore, but for Universal it was merely a precursor…