Category: Book Reviews

Book Review: Paperbacks from Hell – By Baron Craze

This is an incredible book, well worth your time and money, especially if you’re a fan of the literary horrors, especially those with fantastic cover artwork at a time when it matters, and not the glossy redone versions nowadays. Paperbacks from Hell: The Twisted History of ’70s and ’80s Horror Fiction by Grady Hendrix, published by…


Book Review: The Ultimate Guide to Strange Cinema (2017) – By Baron Craze

Author Michael Vaughn a cinematic writer and fan of offbeat cinema, whose work has been published in Fangoria Magazine (US), Screem Magazine (UK) and many other places, had his book The Ultimate Guide to Strange Cinema published by Schiffer on December 28, 2017, giving readers a new 352 pages of film discoveries. These movies for the…


Book Review: My Favorite Horror Movie (2018) – By Baron Craze

On May 22, 2018 from Black Vortex Cinema, came an interesting book from  Christian Ackerman, who asked many contributors to take time out of their complex schedules to pen, their favorite horror movie, but sought not a review it rather what film shaped their future, how they found it to inspire, embracing the art. The…


Hazel Court Horror Queen: An Autobiography (2008) Book Review – By Baron Craze

International star Hazel Court described as the Ultimate Scream Queen, worked with both Hammer Films and Roger Corman. She performed with horror films’ leading men at the time Boris Karloff, Peter Cushing, Vincent Price, and Christopher Lee and was one of England’s top film actresses in the 40’s and 50’s as well as one of…


Book Review: Violent Mind: The 1976 Psychological Assessment of Ted Bundy (2017) – By Baron Craze

Dr. Al Carlisle shares his latest book, Violent Mind: The 1976 Psychological Assessment of Ted Bundy which involves a step-by-step psychological process concerning the violence level of Bundy, after his arrest and incarceration for the kidnapping of Carol DaRonch in Utah. Although, Carlisle wrote about his experiences with Bundy before, this time explains and revisits…


Book Review: The Fog (1975)

Author James Herbert’s first novel Rats (1974) put him on the fast track in early horror genre, a number one bestseller in Britain, but followed up his success with an interesting conceptual design with bizarre ideas, in his second novel entitled The Fog, published in 1975, but has zero connection to John Carpenter film of…


Book Review: What Do You Fear? Book 1

First this definitely is not a typical horror novel rather an overabundance of violent actions layered with incredible twisted erotic storylines and compiled with horrendous actions, leading the reader through a maze of sinister tales diving further into the madness and depravity of the human nature. Author E.L. Jefferson writes from the standpoint of experience,…