Tag: Classic Horror

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) – By Baron Craze

I thoroughly enjoy anniversary article-reviews, allowing the time to dive deeper into a certain film, and this was one I had circled a long time ago; it serves as an interesting time in cinema, so much occurring in life at that time. In addition, the movie clearly has influence with countless filmmakers, exploring interesting themes…


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,…


Horror List of the Day, Week 1 – By Baron Craze

Every October almost every site and podcast comes up with their master list of horror movies to watch and all with various themes, for example 31 days of zombies or slashers, or even classic horror, another attempt is the one a day method, others make a list called the scariest or most frightening, ever look…


House of Dracula (1945) – By Baron Craze

Universal Studios realized the end of their gold mine of monsters domination was careening to a finish, the mayhem of the Vampires, Werewolves and Monsters, were soon to become buried, at least in terms of the box office for the foreseeable future (well sort of). The director closing the primary chapter, was Erie C. Kenton,…


Nosferatu (1922) – By Baron Craze

Any movie that achieves anniversary, especially those over the benchmark of 50-years becomes something special, however when a film reaches 97-years a clear testimony and still serving as enduring quality and remembered fondly for generations, that horror fans is one many reason for an article on Nosferatu (aka: Nosferatu – A Symphony of Horror). A…