Tag: Lucio Fulci

Horror Topic: Gateway to Hell – By Baron Craze

Every so often, I shall take on topic in the horror genre, and this marks the first in that adventure. Often horror films name the occult theme and those recently in the found footage subgenre, the term ‘Gateway to hell” surfaces, and since the month of November recently passed, why not take on this highly…


Eibon Press Releasing Graphic Novel of ZOMBIE

Horror Fans, especially those who collect comics, know about Eibon Press which often remind others about Gore Shriek and while that comic is often black and white pages and color cover, the Eibon design brings vivid colors, and loving lust of gore, splatter and gut spilling for the most special disgusting for fans to crave…


Blue Underground to Release 4k Restoration of Zombie

Zombi 2 / Zombie Flesh Eaters / 4K Remaster / Cover A: Bridge / Blu-ray + CD Blue Underground | 1979 | 91 min | Not rated | Nov 27, 2018 (4 Months) Likely one of the strangest and yet thorough twisted zombie flicks, and while a backlash does exist as some consider the movie cashing in on Dawn of the Dead,…


The Devil’s Honey (1986) – By Baron Craze

  *This review might contain some explicit elements of this erotic thriller, you’ve been warned. * When a horror fan hears or sees the name Lucio Fulci, they think Zombie and gore sliding down the walls, all to the glee of gorehounds, yet there’s another world exists for Fulci, which was thrillers, of questionable sanity….


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…


Arcana 13: Danza Macabra (2016) Music Review – By Baron Craze

A little over a year ago the doom and heavy metal band Arcana 13 released their first album Danza Macabra, (on March 11, 2016) a thick occultism mixed lyrical theme along with gothic, cryptic, and marrying that to horror movies, as the two go hand in hand. However, they also incorporate the great instrumentals of…