Tag: Alfred Hitchcock

Zombie (1979) – By Baron Craze

When it comes to discussing zombie films, just using the right terminology can cause an uproar, are they living dead, undead, virus created, or just zombies, however the debate goes further when it comes to George Romero’s creation of the dead slow motion to that of speed demon quickness. Then mix that with Lucio Fulci’s…


Strangers on a Train (1951) – By Baron Craze

In 1951, Alfred Hitchcock began an incredible ride of creativity in Hollywood earning without any equal the true title (still held by him) ‘the master of suspense’ that started truly with this psychological thriller. All trickery and manipulation from a simple idle conservation to suggestive reasoning, working to lull the audience into a trance, all…


Rope (1948) – By Baron Craze

As many know I am a huge Alfred Hitchcock fan, having watched his movies countless times, and perhaps read over 40 books on the man, his craft and style of filmmaking, who is known to have influenced others, including recently Jordan Peele (Us [2019]), but he remains the holder of the always impressive title Master…


The Silence of the Lambs (1991) – By Baron Craze

As of 2019, it is the only horror film to win an Oscar for Best Picture among the five previous challengers for this prestigious award were The Exorcist (1973), Jaws (1975) and most recently Black Swan (2010). However, it was not the only award of the prestigious event, it also had a memorable place in…


The Thing from Another World: Ready for the Invasion – By Baron Craze

Since its release 68-years ago of this year 2019, the film is a fan favorite with the hardcore sci-fi and a portion of horror fans remembering this movie with a fondness for what it presented then as incredible storytelling and a new venture in the b-movie market. Now an overwhelming majority will recall seeing and…


Long Weekend (1978) – By Baron Craze

Director Colin Eggleston, presents an incredible and slow developing film with environmental horror (aka: Eco-horror) using the screenplay from Everett De Roche who wrote the script for horror film Patrick released in the same year, and this movie has achieved a cult status due to the differing style conveying horror through suggestions rather than blatant…


Sadist – Spellbound New Album Release

Sadist unleashes their admiration for all things Hitchcock, that’d Alfred Hitchcock with their new album entitled Spellbound(named after is film of the same name). Scarlet Records 9 November 2018 The new album from the pioneers of Progressive Death Metal! ‘Spellbound’ is the new album of Progressive Death Metal veterans Sadist. Produced and mixed by Tommy…


At Granny’s House (2015) – By Baron Craze

Les Mahoney explored wrote, directed and played an important role in the film as he took a real-life situation of tragedy plaguing many elderly people, rising costs, scammed and abuse, and turns it into a thriller and homage to Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960). At Granny’s House, distributed by Indie Rights, delivers a solid story, but not…


Model Hunger (2016) – by Baron Craze

Model Hunger is the first feature film from director and scream queen Debbie Rochon, who extensively understands what it means to perform in front of the camera, having accumulated nearly 200 horror film credits, and using screenwriter James Morgart’s script it clearly shows early on that pages drip blood. Debbie sits solely in the director’s…


A Lizard in a Women’s Skin (1971) – By Baron Craze

When one utters the name Lucio Fulci, to anyone in the horror genre, the usual response, eyes widen and evil grins appears, as they recall the gory and sick classic creations such as The Beyond (1981) and Zombie (1979), but also grace the horror landscape with intriguing thrillers, excelling in artistic designs and memorable moments…