Tag: Slasher Movie

Return to Horror High: Class in Session (1987) – By Baron Craze

When I first saw this movie I was in high school and I remember not caring what the story’s intentions were and why certain things occurred or happened during the flick; it was just another fun slasher picture, however, now to returning 32-years later and revisiting this cheesy low-budget flick, it was a fun trip…


Surviving the Holidays: Slashing Away Part 2 (Dec 16 to 31) – By Baron Craze

December 16th Dismembering Christmas (2015) there’s just something about this title I find amusing, perhaps it reminds of I Dismember Mama (1972), but anyway it follows the slasher playbook, with seven high schoolers shacking up in a winter lake house while someone seeks to see their insides at any cost. I suppose this madman seeks…


Scream (1996): Do you know your trivia? – By Baron Craze

I thought it best to publish this article into the archive, as its often referred to in many of the movie reviews I do, and also this past August, many horror fans noted both birth and death of a horror genius, Wes Craven (August 2, 1939 – August 30, 2015). By the mid-90s the horror…


Don’t Fuck in the Woods (2016) – By Baron Craze

Obviously, this movie is made for a very specific market, the horror film fans who love their stories full of raunch, cheese, and gore, while mixing it with love and perhaps bloodlust for the slasher sub-genre, all wrapped in a crass offensive title, Don’t Fuck in the Woods (DFITW).  After all, it plays on the…


Lumberjack Man (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Josh Bear grants the horror fans, an incredibly outrageously silly but wonderfully created exploitation, b-movie, found in teen sexual comedies such as National Lampoon and American pie. Lumberjack Man firmly and clearly assures to everyone that this movie does not intend to become a serious horror film, the premise defines it early on, and…


DOA Review: Zombie Island Massacre (1984) – By Baron Craze

CASE NUMBER: #107 First, technically no zombies exist in the overall concept of the film, I know it says zombie and massacre, these words merely used out of context, for example while the movie shows one undead creature its quickly disposed of thereby ending the attack. The zombie in this flick relates to the voodoo…


Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984) – By Baron Craze

This review originally published on the Rogue Cinema site, in December 2015, with a view count of 1,577 however present here with an update concerning the Blu-ray release from Shout Factory. First, this is one of the most offensive and notorious films of the early 1980s to storm on the silver screen concerning the holiday…