Tag: Wild Eye Releasing

Clown Kill (2014) – By Baron Craze

Trends and subgenres are always fun in the overall scope of the Horror genre, and while sometimes over saturating the market, it remains extremely competitive for the limit time of viewers, however, often enough, that overabundance has developed sloppy and horrendous creations. Sadly that’s Clown Kill, not an interesting title, as the entitle movie truly…


HI-Death Press Release

Wild Eye Releasing has acquired Nightfall Pictures’ horror anthology HI-DEATH, scheduling it for a June release. From the makers of “Hi-8”, five new twisted tales showcasing the talents of both veteran and emerging horror filmmakers. When two young women take the “Terror Tour” through the underbelly of Hollywood, they are led into a bizarre world…


Beware the Lake (2017) – By Baron Craze

Often in the world of independent horror flicks, one locates both dread and gems, and then sometimes commonplace, sadly director Elgin Cahill’s Beware the Lake falls in the latter category, with typical bullies belittling a stranger, only to become nothing more than a growing bloodless body count. Elgin’s movie, comes from Chest Tree Films production…


Dead House (2014) – By Baron Craze

Originally this film had the title of Beautiful People, which actual plays a little on contradictory of the two personalities of people who they are and what they show others, nevertheless the new title Dead House was filmed in Rome, Italy. Director Brini Amerigo makes his debut both in taking the helm of this film…


Bonehill Road (2017) – By Baron Craze

Allow me a moment to fully disclose that I met Todd Sheets for the first time at the NJ Horror Con and Film Festival #4 in Atlantic City, NJ, I saw the artwork for his werewolf movie, and thought this looks interesting. After some discussion of his film, I promised him that I wouldn’t reveal…


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…


Consumption (2016) – By Baron Craze

Brandon Scullion wrote, directed, and edited his extremely limited budget independent film, which was inspired by director Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, for his first feature film then Live-In Fear (2014) then renamed as Consumption for the distribution deal with Wild Eye Releasing. He designs a creepy ghost story and using the lead character Seth and…


Animalistic (2015) – By Baron Craze

In cinema, every category contains sub-genres, horror likely has the most, some more adventurous than others, but the exploitation topic houses the rape and revenge tales and even the torture porn. Rarely does a movie ask for them to care about a rapist, and far less about the victim, overall making it  from the viewpoint…


The Horror Network Vol. 1(2013) – By Baron Craze

A frequent reoccurring influence into the horror genre of late has been the incorporation of anthology films, as a great way to introduce new filmmakers and stars to the fans, in one stellar moment, allowing them to experience a wider audience for their short films, aside a film festival or lost among the others on…


Hell’s Kitty (2018) – By Baron Craze

When one hears the phrase “microbudget” to describe a massive sigh comes washing over them, mainly because this film is a true passion driven creation and with Nicholas Tana no difference, as his film is a moving but strange trippy tribute to his pet cat. The flick comes from both an adaptation of a 17-episode…