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Defending Rob Zombie’s 31 – By Baron Craze

As some might recall I did a review of 31 in 2016 for Rogue Cinema, which I described his movie a horror movie version of The Running Man just with more clowns and f-bombs, but otherwise a typical Rob Zombie… (Read more)

Review: BUCKOUT ROAD Is A Destination Worth Heading To

The roads least traveled are done so for a reason. Maybe it’s forgotten, or out of the way or sometimes it’s a road with too much darkness attached to it. BUCKOUT ROAD is a place that has all of that… (Read more)

Richard LeMay Tackles Dementia 13

Coppola fans may recognize Dementia 13 as his first feature film, a twisted story of family, the supernatural, and betrayal. Richard LeMay directs the 2017 remake of this 1963 classic with a flair for the dramatic and a similar perspective…. (Read more)

#Shriekfest Review: The Basement (2017)

Someone is always watching and someone always knows. Maybe thanks to our over overexposure to  social media, but our secrets are always stored in the digital realm to be found. There can always be consequences and that is the thing… (Read more)

Review: THE FORLORNED By Baron Craze

I had the opportunity to view a new film from Midnight Releasing entitled The Forlorned (2017) by director and writer Andrew Wiest, whose movie actually adapted from Angela Townsend’s novel of the same name from Crimson Tree Publishing in 2015…. (Read more)

Amber Faces Off Against DEMONS

The first glimpse after the music shocks us to life is of a bloodied priest visibly shaken as he silently prays. Night has fallen; the priest is kneeling outside in the quiet darkness obviously trying to come to grips with… (Read more)

EXCLUSIVE: NIGHTWORLD Clip Asks Where Have You Been?

One person I’ve been missing lately is Robert England. Always adding to any film, I;m glad he is around this October for his latest film NIGHTWORLD! Which also stars Jason London. We have an exclusive clip below just for you…. (Read more)