Category: Television Reviews

Gargoyles (1972) – By Baron Craze

Earlier in 2019, the world saw the burning of Notre Dame, in Paris France, and thought, the tragedy occurred perhaps from the removal of the gargoyles this coincidentally came about when readers of The Horror Times requested (in high demand) a review of the 1972 television film. This originally broadcasted on CBS in November 1973,…


Satan’s School for Girls (1973) – By Baron Craze

Once more it’s time to revisit the television horror, namely this campy production which first aired on September 19, 1973 from the skilled hands and mind of producer Aaron Spelling through the distribution of the American Broadcastings Company (ABC) from director David Lowell Rich, who earlier that same year did The Horror at 37,000 Feet…


Snowbeast (1977) – By Baron Craze

On April 28, 1977, Snowbeast premiered, on NBC, playing off the infamous footage by Roger Patterson’s encounter with a Bigfoot, 10-years earlier in 1967, and using that along with the creature seen for over 100-years in the Colorado and the Pacific Northwest hence a yeti beast. Unknown to many actually two versions exist of this…


Crowhaven Farm (1970) – By Baron Craze

In 1970, Crowhaven Farm, became the ABC Movie of the Week, presenting itself as an eerie supernatural tale, made in the vein of Ira Levin’s Rosemary’s Baby, which proceeded this movie by 2-years, but heavily influenced many movies both in the United States and overseas.  Screenwriter John McGreevey, who also served as a producer, had many television…


Hidden Horrors on Television – By Baron Craze

This column section of The Horror Times, has for the most part gone unused, and while it started out for a focus on merely television series, it overlooked a larger portion of the market, the TV Movies, or made for TV productions. These primarily originated from the 1970s with a large portion dwelling of witchcraft…


Satan’s Triangle (1975) – By Baron Craze

This movie originally broadcast as a part of ABC’s Movie of the Week, a concept they set in motion on September 23, 1969 averaging 75-minutes for each movie and a commercial break 17 to 20-minutes thereby setting-up the cliffhanger (fade to back) all designed to fit a 90-minute cycle of film, which started to incorporate…


It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) – by Creepy Crazy Cathy

I remember as a child every Halloween it was time to watch The Great Pumpkin. I used to love that short movie. So, when I had my 2 kids I wanted them to have the same excitement I had.   It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) is another Peanuts story by the beloved writer…