Tag: Zombies

Rammbock: Berlin Undead (2010) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriter Benjamin Hessler marks his debut with this film, Rammbock assisted by director Marvin Kren (both would later re-team for the horror movie Blood Glacier [2013]) in this 2010 production billed as the first zombie film made in Germany so this obviously falls into the grouping of other zombie movies, aside from the setting and…


DOA Review: Walking Dead in the West (2013) – By Baron Craze

  Sometimes when strolling through this vast wasteland, seeing that broken down ambulance sitting by the gates one’s never sure what they’ll find locating marked and unmarked film grave sites, however when one sees a tumbleweed rolling by, must give it a chase, hence finding this wretched mess. This by no means is this a…


Doc of the Dead (2014) – By Baron Craze

Some filmmakers enjoy researching topics of horror, famous classic movies, though the ultimate question what determines the status legendary works of art, is the countless articles and equaled to onslaught rabid attention by fans, and how will future audiences deem these creations. Well, a few of these questions are asked/answered and others aren’t even approached,…


A Plague So Pleasant (2013) – By Baron Craze

In the sub-genre of zombies, the possibilities of new storylines become increasingly more difficult, and with the variations involving comedies and even twisted romances, the causes for it increase more so, reducing the pandemic to a virus breakout, and therefore, with first time directors of a feature Benjamin Roberds and Jordan Reyes take an aggressive…


Yummy (2019) – By Baron Craze

Just imagine having a zombie movie set in a third-rate hospital where they conduct plastic surgery, there’ll be plenty of blood, gruesome activities one would imagine the script could write itself, it practically does thanks to bloodshed and body parts. Lars Damoiseaux made his first feature length horror movie, but also took inspiration from his…


Shed of the Dead (2019) – By Baron Craze

Zombie comedies are truly a unique breed in horror, their own subgenre which sometimes amounts of gore, and silly moments of characters, there’s likely plenty of ad-lib and even improv depending on the cast and even the characters, however, just like horror comedies in general it is a fine line between comedy gold or dismal…


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…