Tag: Witches

Lily Grace: A Witch Story (2015) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes in the horror genre, a filmmaker tries to connect his concept using unconventional methods especially if the avenues of finances trail off into dead ends, hence the vastly popular design of found footage, however director Wes Miller, strives forward with a narrative storyline with James Palmer’s script into vastly rich and often overlook witches…


Mark of the Witch (2014) – By Baron Craze

Director Jason Bognacki presents an interesting storyline, with a few nods to gothic elements, providing an original tale, especially in a genre saturated in rising zombies and paranormal mishaps this movie generates a new path. Though, thankfully the title changed, from “Another” to Mark of the Witch, which obviously is a play on the impressive movie,…


Horror List of the Day, Week 4 – By Baron Craze

Well, sadly we’ve arrive to the final week of October 2020, while to some of us every day is Halloween and others we live the horror lifestyle, which is gothic on steroids, but in all seriousness this year was hard for everyone, some for very obvious reasons. Therefore, enjoy the frights, scares, and remember the…


The City of the Dead (1960) – By Baron Craze

Seeing some social media questions circulating lately concerning the viewing of gothic witch stories, a few comments mention Mario Bava’s Black Sunday (1960) and others noted The Love Witch (2016) the latter is more horror-comedy, although many point to The Witch (2015) however omitted from the lists this often overlooked and relatively unknown production. There…


Black Candles (1982) – By Baron Craze

Normally a film comes to via the mail or VOD from a director and PR Firm or even it’s a movie I liked and purchased it to review it, however, that’s not the case this time, rather a fellow reviewer asked for my thoughts and hence produced this review. This mainly centers on my praise…


Bell, Book, and Camera By Heather Greene Review – By Baron Craze

  I acquired this book shortly before Thanksgiving knowing that I was going to be spending some quiet time on a much need vacation away from much of society, around Christmas, and with that I took along a few books, this one among them, a paperback published in April 2018, first it’s a non-fiction book,…