Tag: Horror Comedy

Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (1951) – By Baron Craze

  Abbott and Costello are still considered one of the greatest comedic teams to ever grace the stage, street corner and silver screen with the finest timing, pratfalls and physical comedy equally measured with their verbal humor, a sometimes a tinge of blue collar jokes to skirt the censors of then, needless to say their…


Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1988) – By Baron Craze

I suppose most fans have a few horror comedies they enjoy from Shaun of the Dead (2004) or Tucker and Dale vs Evil (2010) and for me it’s Young Frankenstein (1974) or Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948), then again any Abbott and Costello movie. Then there’s campy and cheesy entries namely Cassandra Peterson’s alter…


Young Frankenstein (1974) – By Baron Craze

If one has dismissed this wonderful movie because of it being in black and white, a sincere sin on your part has been committed and needs an immediate rectifying, as the humor presents itself with visual gags, sexual innuendos, and horror humor. Directed by comedy maestro Mel Brooks, hot off his western comedy film Blazing…


Satanic Panic (2019) – By Baron Craze

Satan is making a comeback in the horror movies (he never truly left but more in the forefront), while treated with class from Ready or Not (2019) to the documentary Hail Satan (2019) and now the horror comedy Satanic Panic from director Chelsea Stardust (Seeing Green [2018]) using a screenplay that truly pops and splatters…


Hold That Ghost (1941) – By Baron Craze

First, a lot of criticism has befallen this film, perhaps most is unjustified, one must recall the time and place this movie enters into the cinema, and their films that proceeded it, namely Buck Privates and In the Navy, two war-comedy films, used to recruit and sell war bonds. In addition, the usage of musical…


Love At First Bite (1979) – By Baron Craze

After the truly successful Young Frankenstein (1974) from director Mel Brooks, the horror-comedies slowly became careful, some more than others, and recall it’s the late 70s so a bit more sexual suggestions occurring, in fact prior to Love at First Bite, which was an independent film along with six other vampire flicks hit the market….


Camp Death III In 2D! (2018) – By Baron Craze

Many films today buck against the system of political correctness, and more than not it’s in the genre of horror, which likely plays on the edge of decency and offensive behavior especially when a movie is an independent project, and most of normal society rules never apply. However, there’s still a level most won’t pass,…


Cherokee Creek Too Offensive for Amazon Streaming

BIGFOOT HORROR FILM CHEROKEE CREEK DEEMED “TOO OFFENSIVE” BY AMAZON AND REMOVED FROM STREAMING SERVICE The horror movie universe was buzzing hard about finally being able to enjoy Cherokee Creek, the raunchy Bigfoot horror/comedy that has been receiving rave reviews from fans and critics. The film recently hit Video on Demand formats like iTunes, Google…


Caesar & Otto’s Paranormal Halloween (2015) – By Baron Craze

Director Dave Campfield, returns with his self-created long running franchise Caesar and Otto journeys and this time he hit his mark with a better character control and smoother screenplay, he still wore as many hats as possible for the movie, quite common in independent filmmaking. The movie references in a smart and fun manner The…


Surviving the Holidays: Slashing Away Part 1 (Dec 1 to 15) – By Baron Craze

When this article was originally done in 2014, with the title Surviving the Holidays: Slashing and Slaying Santa Claus for the now defunct Rogue cinema site it was truly a major undertaking, and garnished it with 2,534 views, and tallied slightly over 5,000 words. Therefore, it is only proper to return to this credible article,…