Tag: The Exorcist

Along Came the Devil (2018) – By Baron Craze

Before I begin this review, allow a moment to understand the concepts of both Religious Horror and Occult stories, both exist and have rightfully places in the horror genre, often enough the occult tales find themselves under the religious and yet crossing over into paranormal films. However, when mixing (demonic) possession movies, many times the…


Hostage to the Devil (2016) – By Baron Craze

First, the name of this documentary is taken from a 1976 book, by author Malachi Martin, who had trained as a Jesuit Priest in the 1960s before leaving the order and moving to the USA, and some experience a controversial life with others still loyal to his convictions. Martin’s novel written in response and reaction…


Amityville Exorcism (2017) – By Baron Craze

This review originally posted at The Horror Syndicate, however now presented with a few more critiques as it held the sole position for the worst production of 2017 in the horror genre, and it’s very difficult to call the movie a film, as it’s very abysmal. Perhaps aspiring filmmakers need to see this “film” as…


Libera Nos (2016) – By Baron Craze

Horror fans on average likely could name at least five possession and exorcism theme films, with The Exorcist near the very top of the list, and for many this movie dominates critical acclaims constantly, the book still sells and the film produced a franchise and television series. However, it also brought forth condemnation of many…


Suffer Little Children (1983) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes one comes across truly unusual DVD covers and weirdly titled horror films, which leave one merely scratching their heads over it; Suffer Little Children definitely fits into the second category. Fans of the genre often think a Horror Historian knows every movie in the genre, actually no, many, many movies came out in VHS…