Tag: Peter Cushing

The House That Dripped Blood (1971) – By Baron Craze

For everyone seeing the title, it likely brings smiles and excitement to any horror fan that covering it as an anniversary article and review, noting its 50th, a true testament to the enduring craftsman and artistic manner present on the screen shining the essence of classic gothic horror. The film comes from the legendary Amicus…


Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1965) – By Baron Craze

Horror anthologies always have a special place in the genre, and especially with the fans, sometimes they share a theme or otherwise a series of short stories anchored with main tale flowing through it. These were popular in the early-60s to mid-70s until 2010 and onward where it became more standardized for filmmakers joining together…


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…


Horror Icon: Peter Cushing – By Baron Craze

Many fans of both older horror movies, especially those from the Hammer Studios and Star Wars (1977) will likely have a fond remembrance of the horror icon Peter Cushing, he was more than a legendary actor, he had an immense passion and love for cinema and his wife, whose death greatly affected him on and…


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…