Month: October 2020

Horror List of the Day, Week 3 – By Baron Craze

While it is true I’ve overlooked some subgenres there’s no way to include them all in month, without ruining our intended format, however it allows next year to add more variation, thereby discovering new horrors to tease and tantalizing your eyes, and tattoo your memories with more nightmares.   WEEK 3 OCTOBER 18th to 24th…


Interview with Darren Lynn Bousman – By Baron Craze

  I had the opportunity to interview the director of Death of Me, Darren Lynn Bousman, who’s most known for his work on Saw II through IV movies, gives deep insight into his latest movie. Please note this interview does contain some spoilers about his recent film.   BARON CRAZE: Why did you choose to…


Interview with Alex Essoe – By Baron Craze

  I had a wonderful opportunity to interview Alex Esso, who had a supporting role in Darren Lynn Bousmna’s Death of Me, she gave great insight into both her character and the film, therefore please note it could contain some spoilers.   BARON CRAZE: Your character seems as the magician’s assistant we the audience know…


The Maze (2010) By Baron Craze

Stephen Shimek embarks with his first horror film as director, with screenwriters Katy Baldwin (Nocturne [2016]) and Timothy Gutierrez story about a slasher genre mayhem occurring from trespassing teens caught in a cornfield maze. This brings up how can one break into a maze especially when it is by the side of the road, no…


The Visitant (2014) – By Baron Craze

FWC Pictures unleashed their second movie, The Visitant, a paranormal thriller complete with possessions, magical protections with sold b-movie supernatural themes all from the creative mind of director Jon Binkowski and his co-writer and cohort Stephen DeWoody, which earned and possessed several awards and still no exorcisms bind the movie from taking over more screens…


Scare Zone (2009) By Baron Craze

When director and writer Jon Binkowski created his first horror film Scare Zone, he relied heavily on his showmanship and production skills at Orlando’s Universal Studio especially the Halloween Horror Nights set, which served this film very well, but also highly limited his filming schedule, yet he delivers a popcorn fun horror slasher whodunit story….


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…


The Evil Dead (1981) – By Baron Craze

On October 15, 1981 in Detroit, Michigan at a premiere, Sam Raimi made his debut as filmmaker with his feature film The Evil Dead, along with his good friend Bruce Campbell, after they started in 1978 with the legendary short super-8 film called Within the Woods. Their movie was used to entice investors to finance…


Mysterious Void – October 2020 Episodes

  Mysterious Void finally prepares to re-open the void of wonderment – stay tuned for the link to the show and playlist of the bands. https://www.facebook.com/MysteriousVoidMusicShow/ ********************************************* https://www.blogtalkradio.com/baroncrazeradio/2020/10/13/mysterious-void–7th-industrial-gothic-show   Playlist: Analogue-X – Angel of Light (Projekt Ich Remix) https://www.facebook.com/AnalogueXbandpage/ Mirexxx – Chaos https://www.facebook.com/Mirexxx/ 5 Times Zero – My Side https://www.facebook.com/5timeszero/ Porn – Here for Love…


All Hallows’ Eve 2 (2015) – By Baron Craze

The first ultra-creepy All Hallows’ Eve (2013) directed by Damien Leone, had three tales linked together by the terrorizing Art the Clown, for a very cool film, now returning for a sequel of sorts, part two with no connection the original aside from the title and the delivery of VHS tape. This production has eight…