Tag: 1960s

Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1965) – By Baron Craze

Horror anthologies always have a special place in the genre, and especially with the fans, sometimes they share a theme or otherwise a series of short stories anchored with main tale flowing through it. These were popular in the early-60s to mid-70s until 2010 and onward where it became more standardized for filmmakers joining together…


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…


The Last Man on Earth [1964] – By Randolph Whateley

If, George Romero, changed the course of the modern horror film with ‘Night Of The Living Dead’, then Italian-American duo Ubaldo Ragona and Sidney Salkow, possibly envisioned the beginning of that revolution on ‘The Last Man On Earth’ – a black-and-white masterpiece from the classic era, that depicts helplessness, hopelessness, isolation, and also meaninglessness. Now,…


13 Ghosts (1960) – By Baron Craze

William Castle, the name alone is recognized by horror fans and filmmakers, he was the ultimate in theater gimmicks and marketing guru, in fact if alive today the social media platforms likely couldn’t handle his craftiness; there’s even movies that pay homage to his wackiness such as Popcorn (1991) and Matinee (1993). However, by 1960,…


Queen of Blood (1966) – By Baron Craze

First, Queen of Blood is a silly film, but it still contains a fondness, with many sci-fi and some of the horror fans, a movie headed by an experimental film director, Curtis Harrington, for an extremely low budget production, backed by producers Roger Corman and Samuel Z. Arkoff and in lies the rub of this weird…


The Masque of the Red Death (1964) – By Baron Craze

When any horror fan hears the names Roger Corman, Vincent Price and Edgar Allan Poe, mentioned in the same breath, a few films come to mind, this year of 2019 marks 55-years since this creation first graced the screens, a film that put Satan in the forefront. In addition, this production suffered through one of…