Tag: Slasher

Hack! (2007) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes one comes across a horror flick, that for an odd reason attracts them to watch it over and over, and that seems lately to be Hack!, a teen slasher movie, never taking itself serious, but yet appears a lamer version of the Scream franchise, it fills every moment of the screen with film references,…


After School Massacre (2014) – By Baron Craze

When one incorporates the word massacre into their title, it first needs to live up to its standing especially in the horror genre, and fans think of slasher slaughter films like for example The Slumber Party Massacre (1982) or Music Store Massacre (2013). The gore a requirement, the blood needs to cover everything and everyone,…


Music Store Massacre (2013) – By Baron Craze

Music Store Massacre, takes on the most original opening to an independent film, in quite some time, with the infamous Reverend Smith (Frank Bliss) mutilating himself, by extreme means, and executing his sister, a police officer before uttering his last words “Death to thou who hates”, before Detective Young who arrives to discover the gruesome…


Lost After Dark (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Ian Kessner presents his first horror film feature co-written with Bo Ransdell, lining up a film as a tribute design with an emphasis on retro-grade horror classic buffet style of 80’s slasher films, keeping diehard fans pleased with the authentic style and homage to other legends in the genre. They never overthink the concept…


Girl House (2014) – By Baron Craze

Actor Trevor Matthews noted for his roles in Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer (2007) and The Shrine (2010), steps up to the director’s chair for the first time, co-directed with Jon Knautz and embarks with an independent horror feature from first time writer Nick Gordon, and delivers a fresh take on the slasher genre with cunning…


The Cleaning Lady (2018) – By Baron Craze

Director Jon Knautz, returns once again to disturb audiences, with his latest creation, using a script that he co-wrote with Alexis Kendra (Goddess of Love [2015]), that’ll have both male and female viewers squirming in their seats as tension builds in this exquisite horror thriller. Those unfamiliar with Knautz, his previous films consist of gothic…


Madman (1981) – By Baron Craze

The late director Joe Giannone truly created a seriously fun slasher film for the average viewer to thoroughly enjoy and never looked back, taking cues from the industry and fan base, he originally set out to make a Cropsey killer legend movie, however The Burning (1981) beat him to the punch, hence the designing of…


The Mutilator (1984) – By Baron Craze

The mid-eighties the horror genre truly was an interesting time, the slasher genre had a slowdown, but preparing for unsuspecting rebirth with the release of A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984, and creating two stars Robert Englund and Johnny Depp, while creating another chapter in Wes Craven’s life. It also had the home video…


Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) – By Baron Craze

There isn’t a horror fan who doesn’t know of Jason, the Friday the 13th franchise, and each one has their favorite part, and while this might not be might be my favorites it is in the top three of the series, the others Friday the 13th: Part Vi: Jason Lives and Part VII: The New…


Knucklebones (2016) – By Baron Craze

Director Mitch Wilson makes his directorial debut with his film Knucklebones, which he also provided the screenplay for and worked very hard to create a new slasher monster to add to the ranks of the true icons (Jason and Freddy) of the genre, early on this killer achieves the mark with a combination of these…