Tag: Christopher Lee

The City of the Dead (1960) – By Baron Craze

Seeing some social media questions circulating lately concerning the viewing of gothic witch stories, a few comments mention Mario Bava’s Black Sunday (1960) and others noted The Love Witch (2016) the latter is more horror-comedy, although many point to The Witch (2015) however omitted from the lists this often overlooked and relatively unknown production. There…


Horror Express (1972) – By Baron Craze

As horror fans know sometimes different modes of media aid a film in achieving a loyal following, which is exactly what happened with Horror Express, all thanks to the small screen, the television viewing audiences of 1970s and 1980s, long before any social media, this one arena, helped it obtain that cult status. A film…


Count Dracula (1970) – By Baron Craze

The story of Dracula, still has the power to sink the fangs into the audience and suck them into another world, Bram Stoker, never likely predicted that his novel would ever garnish this attention all these years later, but the filmmakers conjured the eternal blood drinker, and this time at the helm the legendary Jesse…


Good versus Evil in the Films of Christopher Lee by Paul Leggett Review – By Baron Craze

  I had the pleasure of receiving this book, about one of my favorite horror stars Christopher Lee, thoroughly enjoyed his screen presence never a worry of him missing his mark on screen, the ability to capture the attention of everyone and command it explicitly weather portraying a villain or hero. Author Paul Leggett and…


Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966) – By Baron Craze

  This review originally appeared as an article on the Rogue Cinema site with this title: Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966): 50 Years Later, Lee Lives On! As all cinema and horror fans know, Christopher Lee, passed away in 2015, and it feels only fitting that the best way to start 2016, is by honoring…


Horror Icon: Hazel Court – By Baron Craze

  As many who listen to my Baron’s Crypt show which has been airing since 2014 of January, I started about two years ago, doing a segment called Horror Icon, the plan to achieve 666 icons, in all fields of horror. Now plenty of writers choose icons of those still living to comment about their…