Tag: 1990sHorror

Death Becomes Her (1992) – By Creepy Crazy Cathy (AKA 3C)

It’s time for me to venture into another review and I found this one on my DVR so called up 2 of my girlfriends, watched it and thought I would make a go of it. I never would have thought that Meryl Streep would have done a horror movie, but I was wrong Death Becomes…


The Haunting (1999) – By Creepy Crazy Cathy (AKA 3C)

Baron is always talking about the original movie The Haunting from 1963 and that the remake doesn’t live up to the original so when I saw it EPIX I thought I would watch and review it. The movie came out in theaters in 1999 from DreamWorks based off Shirley Jackson’s novel and was directed by…


Dream Stalker (1991) – By Baron Craze

  Director Christopher Mills forgets to tell the story in the most direct manner for the audience to understand, more of this later. In the 80s and into the 90s filmmakers took their VHS and SVHS cameras by storm, a pricey investment then, but made the SOV (shot-on-video) market and subgenre, many of them became…


Psycho Cop Returns (1993) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes it’s fun to revisit a horror movie from the early 1990s, which seems a tad leftover from the 80s, especially one so over-the-top, that earned a polished look from Vinegar Syndrome on Blu-Ray with a special cover-artwork and many bells and whistles to boot. Even if you never saw the first Psycho Cop (1989),…


Tremors (1990) – By Baron Craze

Time to revisit another classic creature feature that I enjoyed so much, herein 2020, it’s now celebrating 30-years and spawned countless sequels, and even a spin-off, but not much in the merchandise market for the fans, hence species of Tremors (aka: Graboids) the fearful underground dwelling beast. It had the ability to sense vibrations on…


The 1990s Teen Horror Cycle by Alexandra West Book Review – By Baron Craze

  I honestly don’t remember much about the 90s, it was more of blur for me, in 1991 I just graduated high school and I began the next stage in life, one I later changed drastically. It was time to put away childish things, and start college, and so on, therefore this gave some insight…