Tag: Tiffany Shepis

Pickaxe (2014) – By Baron Craze

One can’t deny that the true horror franchises dominated in the late 70s and well into the 80s, especially due the popularity of the slasher genre namely with Halloween (1978) and then of course Friday the 13th (1980), although a close relative to these films comes from the subgenre of horror comedies and parodies, such…


Pickaxe Press Release

A real horror fan from way back, Sumrall made the transition from short films to PICKAXE.   Horror icons A. Michael Baldwin (Phantasm) and Tiffany Shepis (Strange Nature) star in director Jeremy Sumrall’s wickedly bloody ode to ’80s horror, Pickaxe. Full Summary: 1982: The survivors of a series of brutal killings in a small town thought mass…


Caesar & Otto’s Paranormal Halloween (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Dave Campfield, returns with his self-created long running franchise Caesar and Otto journeys and this time he hit his mark with a better character control and smoother screenplay, he still wore as many hats as possible for the movie, quite common in independent filmmaking. The movie references in a smart and fun manner The…


Basement Jack (2009) – By Baron Craze

When horror fans hear the name Jack the thoughts of either Jack the Ripper or Jack Torrance come to mind first, but then there’s screenwriter Brian Patrick O’Toole’s (Evilution [2008]) creation, Basement Jack aka Jack Riley, a killer who preys upon his victims during lightning storms. Director Michael Shelton first and last time in the…


Strange Nature Press Release

Mutant Frogs vs. John Hennigan, Stephen Tobolowsky, Lisa Sheridan and Tiffany Shepis   It’s man versus nature when wrestling superstar John Hennigan and acclaimed actor Stephen Tobolowsky (‘’Silicon Valley’’, ‘’Deadwood’’) play ‘leapfrog’ with mutated amphibians in Ojala Productions’ highly-anticipated eco-thriller Strange Nature. Based on true unsolved outbreaks of wildlife mutations, fall fright-fest Strange Nature marks the directorial…


NJ Horror Con and Film Festival Part 4: Raising Hell

Yes, kiddies, fans, and collectors, Ryan Scott Weber’s organized insanity fueled convention returns for its fourth time, those in the know, understand how well run and maintained the event has become, as its run by fans for the fans. It started back in Eaton, NJ and went to Iselin for 2-years before moving to the…


13 Horrors on Amazon Prime – By Baron Craze

I’ll be honest for a long time I refused to partake in the VOD paid services, I focused on actual physical DVD/Blu-rays while occasional dabbling in the free online sites such as YouTube, Tubi, Hulu and countless others. However, one day laid up in bed with a cold I decided to try out Amazon Prime,…


Victor Crowley (2017) – By Baron Craze

First, Victor Crowley, actually Hatchet IV, but it goes much further than with director and creator Adam Green citing how his hero Wes Craven’s death affected him and brought him back to his own franchise once more. Even George A. Romero informed Adam this character still offers a lot the genre and especially the fans,…


Wrath of the Crows (2013) – by Baron Craze

Director Ivan Zuccon, who started his horror journey back in 2000, with The Darkness Beyond and has returned the field with his religious torturous horror film, with screenwriter’s Gerardo Di Filippo first and only venture into the genre, needless to say neither one miss anything upon delivering this very conceptualize gory brutal movie. The entire…


Model Hunger (2016) – by Baron Craze

Model Hunger is the first feature film from director and scream queen Debbie Rochon, who extensively understands what it means to perform in front of the camera, having accumulated nearly 220 horror film credits and using screenwriter James Morgart’s script it clearly shows early on that pages drip blood. Debbie sits solely in the director’s…