Tag: Zombies

How to Kill a Zombie (2014) – By Baron Craze

Director Tiffany McLean, using production company Freight Train Films, puts forth a true homegrown video charm, harkening back to early moments of fresh horror, complete with comedy and most of it all intentional with a winning combination of gore and insanity spreading outward in a zombie flick from Brain Damage Films. While the concept of…


Zombie Brigade (1986) – By Baron Craze

Zombie Brigade (also known as Zombie Commando) is considered by some as one of Australian’s exploitation market films, however to horror fans, it’s just another example of zombies staggering mindlessly while confusing everyone on the screen and in the audience too. Directors and writers Carmelo Musca and Barrie Pattison, present a fair story of an…


DOA Review: Dead Walkers: Rise of the 4th Reich [2013] – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER #0019 Yes, the 19th grave has been exposed in the DOA, another examination of a wretched film herein making it a case for inclusion in this desperate landscape as these reviews become more of an autopsy than anything else, exposing the corpse of a film and understanding what ruined it and ultimately causing…


Brain Dead (2007) – By Baron Craze

Brain Dead (no relation to Peter Jackson’s classic horror film from 1992), but rather from director Kevin Tenney (Witchboard [1986]) and his company Prodigy Entertainment, as their first film, from writer Dale Gelineau, yet successfully won five awards from various independent film festivals. The film still holds as a throwback to b-movies of the late…


The Sky Has Fallen (2009) – By Baron Craze

Doug Roos, director and writer brings a completely independent and fresh new take on a post apocalyptic world with The Sky Has Fallen, his screenplay delivers a gore filled, action packed story of an avian-based outbreak centered on supernatural suspenseful creatures. Doug’s vision exposes his intended vision of gunfights, swordplay, zombies, and supernatural demons competing…


Hot Wax Zombies on Wheels (1999) – By Baron Craze

This is an odd one, first allow me to clearly state that there are no zombies presented, only individuals excessively wandering and mumbling incoherently about ridding others of pesky body hair, seriously and honestly. Now I know what are you thinking wait why did you choose to review this movie, I didn’t it was on…


Z Dead End Indiegogo Crowdfunding Press Release

Paul Mormando Joins The Cast of Robert Resto’s ‘Z Dead End’   For Immediate Release: The cast is rounding out on the Zombie Film  Z Dead End  ahead of a planned shoot in  Los Angeles , Early Next year, with action star Paul Mormando (Bound By Debt) rounding out the ensemble cast which already  includes…


The Battery [2012] – By Baron Craze

The horror genre landscape appears like a freshly dug cemetery, where each grave represents another zombie film, and in fact, some estimate the number of zombie films as low as 273 to as high of over 7,000 with the first film dating back to 1932 with White Zombie. Why the vast variance? Defining what a…


Horror List of the Day, Week 2 – By Baron Craze

Yes, another week has past by as we proceed with this strange 2020 year, and puzzling Halloween. Once again movies on this list can crossover into other days, the toughest we have starting the week off is the topic of zombies, virus verses undead, therefore it needs 2-days for proper coverage. WEEK 2 OCTOBER 11th…


Zombie Resurrection (2014) – By Baron Craze

Britain (England) seems to be the latest realm for unleashing zombie terrors second only to United States, with another entry into genre, called Zombie Resurrection, from director Jake Hawkins, who has a short segment in the film Grindsploitation, called Zombeez, however Jake, also took the hats as writer, actor and cinematographer, assisted by Andy Phelps….