Tag: Sci-fi

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) – By Baron Craze

I thoroughly enjoy anniversary article-reviews, allowing the time to dive deeper into a certain film, and this was one I had circled a long time ago; it serves as an interesting time in cinema, so much occurring in life at that time. In addition, the movie clearly has influence with countless filmmakers, exploring interesting themes…


The Connection Available March 2nd From Midnight Releasing News

  THE CONNECTION directed by Nicholas Naylor and starring Laura Stetman, Nicholas Naylor, Joel D. Wynkoop, and Rod Grant is available now from Midnight Releasing. THE CONNECTION An Unlikely Bond. SYNOPSIS: One night two people’s worlds change forever as a mysterious light in the woods connects the two in a way far beyond their understanding. As they set…


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…


Paranormal Incident (2011) – By Baron Craze

First time writer and director Matthew Bolton take the helm of the found footage film Paranormal Incident, he is not inexperienced to the entire film making process, having performed every conceivable position possible, such as cinematographer, special effects, and production manager. The downside, is the choice of rolling out another found footage concept while, titling…


Devils in the Darkness (2013) – By Baron Craze

Director Daniel Falicki (noted for his character driven exploration of true monsters in Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth [2013]) created a slow burn sci-fi and horror film, that contains descent special effects and keeps upping the ante of more bizarre occurrences into the storyline, which creates a surprising enjoyable production from Chemical Burn Entertainment….


Re-Animator (1985) – By Baron Craze

I love when a horror movie pushes the so-called acceptable limits, and rather rips up the envelope of decent standards, horror is a harsh word, it doesn’t do well with niceties, rather horror fans and viewers shall encourage and applaud those who are faithful by delivering the goods, just like with The Evil Dead [1981]…


The Beach House [2019] – By Baron Craze

First, on this site we discuss various subgenres, it’s not just slashers or zombies we tend to dive into the unique corners of the horror realm, discovering or unearthing those unusual creations, The Beach House is just one of those, it presents itself as a H.P. Lovecraft, but plays as arthouse horror. It is not…


The Last Man on Earth [1964] – By Randolph Whateley

If, George Romero, changed the course of the modern horror film with ‘Night Of The Living Dead’, then Italian-American duo Ubaldo Ragona and Sidney Salkow, possibly envisioned the beginning of that revolution on ‘The Last Man On Earth’ – a black-and-white masterpiece from the classic era, that depicts helplessness, hopelessness, isolation, and also meaninglessness. Now,…


The Facility Press Release

The Facility, the highly anticipated follow up to The Rizen, premieres on DVD and Digital this December from Uncork’d Entertainment. Harriet Madeley, Michael Fatogun, Sarine Sofair, Kevin Leslie, Sophie Miller, Marcus Bronzy, James Barnes, Lewis Saunderson, Clarice Burton, Connor Williams, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Sally Phillips, Adrian Edmondson, Stephen Marcus, Laurence Kennedy, Jenny Lathan, and Carol Cleveland star…