Category: Television Reviews

Creepshow: Season 2 (2021) – By Baron Craze

A pleasant treat to have received the Blu-ray of Creepshow Season 2, and that will not influence my decisions concerning this disc, though I did thoroughly enjoy the first season. I’ve always liked reviewing a series or season television show, they often remind me of anthology films, several stories and these give some reference to…


The Munsters: Season 1 – By Baron Craze

Some fans identify with the Munsters more than The Addams Family, but either way one enjoys these ghoulish families, they both perceived everyone else as the odd and different from them with the Munsters more founded in a background of traditional horror concepts. If one doesn’t know, and very shocking if reading this review of…


Ice Spiders (2007) – By Baron Craze

Normally, I refrain from watching this sort of production, with seriousness, but since it was on the Visions of Horror for March 2021, I had to commit my eyes and limited attention to this television movie, which received airplay on both Chiller (now defunct) and of course Syfy home to some of the goofiest horror…


Television Episode: Buck Rogers in the 25th Century “Space Vampire” (1980) – By Baron Craze

Before I begin this review, I need to clarify a few things, first I recalled watching this episode over 30-years ago, and while I have reviewed television seasons, series and of course made-for-tv movies, I have yet to exam a single episode of a series. Almost all television series, will have one show in their…


Eli Roth’s History of Horror (2018) – By Baron Craze

When it comes to documentaries on the horror genre, it’s difficult to determine how it will be accepted by the horror fans; often depends both on the topic and who incorporates the talking heads on the production. Over the countless years there’s been a few of these, some might recall The Horror Show [1979], to…


Trilogy of Terror (1975) – By Baron Craze

Television horror has its peaks and dug their own graves, but in those peaks there’s a few stellar creations, and still among favorites of fans, namely Dan Curtis’ Trilogy of Terror, for obvious reasons it earned high ratings when debuted on March 4, 1975 and lead to VHS and DVD release countless times. For those…


The Addams Family Complete Series – By Baron Craze

Most horror fans are familiar with the two primary kooky families, The Munsters and The Addams Family, which dominated the small screen televisions sets in September 1964 (by the end of the following year both ended in cancellations), and rival each other created to interesting wonderful enjoying levels, still exist today. Some consider the Munsters…


NOS4A2 Season 2 (Blu-ray) [2020] – By Baron Craze

  It’s been a while since I’ve had the opportunity to review a full season of a show, I often had the chance to review a full series such as The Addams Family: The Complete Series in both situations everything was firm either a new season on the way or finality to the show. However…


Cursed Films: Season 1 (Blu-ray) (2020) – By Baron Craze

The idea of cursed films has long been a subject that has fascinated horror fans, if one checks on the topic, numerous television programs covered the topic such as “E: True Hollywood Stories” episodes from the 1990s. The films examined herein, all hold a strong bond with the fans, as they still have an overlapping of…


Bay Coven (1987) – By Baron Craze

Television movies served primarily one duty, time filler, with a little entertainment factor, nothing too serious, although The Day After (1983) was panic ensuing for many, but that’d something to discuss at another time, especially since it is not in the horror genre, however the horrors of a nuclear holocaust war are. Let’s refocus, on…