Tag: Short Horror Films

The New Jersey Con and Film Festival November 2021 – By Baron Craze

A Bloody Good Time!!!   This event to me, is similar to a child anticipating adventures in trick-or-treat, yes, it’s similar each time, however little nuances constantly evolving change the experience every time, and that’s how I feel about the NJ Horror Con. We all know it occurs for the same three days Friday through…


Kirksdale (2007) – By Baron Craze

Stumbling across this movie again, I looked up previous reviews and notice one thing – so many dead links, and while it is common, it’s tad alarming, therefore why not take the time to venture back and show some care for this flick. I recalled seeing this movie at the Terror Film Festival (now defunct)…


Visions of Horror for November 2021

As this month started it contained a tad of leftover of October blitz of Horror though not to the intensity. In addition, I continued the trend of watching some movies either again or anniversaries with the plus sign; this was done to try to break through my most deeply impacted writer’s block that I have…


An Evening with My Comatose Mother (2011) – By Baron Craze

  Short films always present an interesting scenario, one of three choices, stellar productions you hope earn the greenlight for a full feature, be fun entertainment while on limited time, and the emotional side of laugh and smile, be fearful or simply groan in agony. This movie brings both high entertainment value and no groans,…


Conductor Press Release

Alex Noyer’s Short Film Conductor Premieres in September Ambitions of Musical Stardom End in Mayhem Conductor Will Screen at Horrible Imaginings September 2nd Film Will Then Play at Film Quest September 14th   Los Angeles, CA – Alex Noyer is excited to announce his directorial debut, the short film Conductor, will premiere at Horrible Imaginings this weekend before embarking on a…


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…