Tag: Slasher

Slasher House (2012) – By Baron Craze

Eleanor James, a talented actress takes center stage in writer and director MJ Dixon’s Slasher House, marking her blazing career of twenty-six horror films, from starring in director Johannes Roberts’ Forest of the Damned [2005] to Jason Croot’s Le Fear II: Le Sequel [2016]. However, in this demented story, many things hide themselves in plain…


Famine (2011) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriter and director Ryan Nicholson, a name synonymous with gruesome creations, in this case Famine fulfills the wish list for many dedicated horror fans and exceeding the extremism for excessive gore which spreads itself in tidal waves of bloodlust. Ryan, who is most noted for his film Gutterball [2008], a film that fitted fans with…


April Fool’s Day (1986) – By Baron Craze

Within the horror genre, there are plenty of unique films for multiple reasons, a classic design, cool characters, phenomenal locations, exquisite storyline, and then there’s those movies with those special twist endings commonly found in Scream [1996] and thereafter such as the recent No Escape [2020]. However, this concept existed before these movies, with one…


The Curse of Dracula (2019) – By Baron Craze

  It’s always interesting to see horror films coming from different parts of the world, the nuances that they incorporate into their storytelling, and this time we return to Slovenia, that had a long absent in producing horror flicks, Short Night of Glass Dolls [1971]; then Killbillies [2015] from director Tomaz Gorkic, now presents this movie…


Wrong Turn (2021) – By Baron Craze

When you sit down to view this latest installment from the Wrong Turn franchise, expecting mutant hillbillies, then you are sadly mistaken, I was a little disappointed, but then I looked upon it in the same vein as Halloween III: Season of the Witch, how so, allow me a moment to explain. Everyone who first…


Blood Widow (2014) – By Baron Craze

Midnight Releasing had first time director and writer Jeremiah Buckhalt take both the honor and helm with Blood Widow, which came from his personal sketches, though never originally designed for the film. One must clearly note, this film has no association to any spider film, rather it is found in the slasher genre, with some…


Bunni (2013) – By Baron Craze

As many horror fans know slasher subgenre movies have a solid baseline and provide a steady diet for cinematic legends, such as Craven and Cunningham, but also generate an easy entry for the budding filmmakers, such as Daniel Benedict and his film Bunni. This marks his second feature film, the other was 13-years ago, called…


Horror House on Highway 6 (2014) – By Baron Craze

Director Richard Casey presents his sequel of sorts to Horror House on Highway 5 [1985], and this case again serves as the screenwriter though, the last time he visited the genre of horror it dates to Hellbent [1988]. This sadly does not translate to a formidable great release, yet centers in the realm of the…


To All A Goodnight (1980) – By Baron Craze

If I were to quiz horror fans, similar to the style in Scream [1996] and stated name the movie that someone killing in revenge of a child dying and it included a doomsayer named Ralph, the answer is easy Friday the 13th – except once again you are wrong, it’s this movie. According the trivia…


Charlie’s Farm (2014) – By Baron Craze

The slasher genre holds a genuine favorite place in the hearts and minds of the average horror fan, but for those who grew up during the 1980s the machines of the horror industry turned them out faster than the days of the year, each weekend brought more carnage candy to the theaters. The concept simple…