Tag: Psycho (1960)

Frankenstein (1931): ALIVE for 88-years – By Baron Craze

No one in the horror genre can truly deny the importance or the significance of the legendary date November 21, 1931, the day that director James Whale gave life to the incredible movie Frankenstein, created from the mind of 21-year-old Mary Shelley in the year of 1818, now celebrating its 88th anniversary. Frankenstein has the full…


All Through The House (2015) – By Baron Craze

Todd Nunes, who directed and wrote this independent horror movie, used his short film “Here Comes Santa”, to create another holiday bloodbath filled with good cheer and laughter along with beautiful babes, such as Sheila (Jessica Cameron) and a high body count all for a bloody good time. The story involves a deranged dressed individual in…


Scream (1996): Do you know your trivia? – By Baron Craze

I thought it best to publish this article into the archive, as its often referred to in many of the movie reviews I do, and also this past August, many horror fans noted both birth and death of a horror genius, Wes Craven (August 2, 1939 – August 30, 2015). By the mid-90s the horror…


Revisiting Friday the 13th, Part VII: The New Blood 30-years later – By Baron Craze

Most horror fans know of the Friday the 13th movie series, backwards and forwards, some have podcasts drenched in the storyline, others crave more movie collectibles on the topic with each passing year.  The original owners of the production rights never thought that the one movie, Friday the 13th (1980) would create a money explosion…


At Granny’s House (2015) – By Baron Craze

Les Mahoney explored wrote, directed and played an important role in the film as he took a real-life situation of tragedy plaguing many elderly people, rising costs, scammed and abuse, and turns it into a thriller and homage to Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960). At Granny’s House, distributed by Indie Rights, delivers a solid story, but not…


Blood Slaughter Massacre (2013) – By Baron Craze

Director and co-writer Manny Serrano with screenwriter Louie Cortes presents a retro style horror film in excellent entertaining style, which contains a solid script and proper execution of a slasher genre, for genre fans and gore-hounds to enjoy equally. The plot starts with a party and results in massacre, that police, Officers Fincher (Matt W….


Pretty Fine Things (2016) – By Baron Craze

After two years upon its initial release, Pretty Fine Things, earned official distribution through Wild Eye Releasing and is currently available on Amazon Prime, all a great success from a microbudget extraordinaire from Ryan Scott Weber. Many know of Weber’s creations such as Witches Blood (2014) and Sherriff Tom Vs. The Zombies (2013), and he’s…


Suffer Little Children (1983) – By Baron Craze

Sometimes one comes across truly unusual DVD covers and weirdly titled horror films, which leave one merely scratching their heads over it; Suffer Little Children definitely fits into the second category. Fans of the genre often think a Horror Historian knows every movie in the genre, actually no, many, many movies came out in VHS…