Tag: Stephen King

Reborn (2018) – By Baron Craze

Screenwriter Michael Mahin, debuts with his first script made into a film with experienced horror director Julian Richards, known for his crossover thriller-horror movies Daddy’s Girl (2018) and The Last Horror Movie (2003). They combine to bring a move that contains many cliché references to Carrie (1976) and Firestarter (1984), noted by many critics, however…


Pet Sematary (1989) – By Baron Craze

I recall reading the novel, I think it was after 1986, after all the novel by the legendary Stephen King was published on November 14, 1983, he, himself, once remarked it was a literary piece of work that even brought scares into his own world. The book, inspired by the death of his daughter’s cat,…


Sleepwalkers (1992) Horror News

Sleepwalkers [Collector’s Edition] + Exclusive Poster Released: November 6, 2018 Synopsis “The most frightening Stephen King movie yet!” – Cinema Showcase Stephen King’s Sleepwalkers is a classic horror story that takes a perfect Norman Rockwell town … and turns it inside out. Brian Krause and Alice Krige star in this terrifying tale of modern-day vampires who…


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…


New Releases of Horror Soundtracks for April 2018

April 11, 2018 STEPHEN KING’S IT Waxwork Records is excited to present the deluxe debut vinyl release of STEPHEN KING’S IT Original Television Motion Picture Soundtrack. Over a year in the making, Waxwork has worked closely with Warner Bros., author Stephen King, and composer Richard Bellis to deliver a stunning triple LP set featuring the complete soundtrack from the original 1990 TV miniseries. Stephen…


Carrie: Want to go to the Prom (1976) – by Baron Craze

The subject and theme of bullying appears more often in many horror films; however, in the year 1976, it happened twice, in the course of three months, first with writer and director Rene Daalder’s Massacre at Central High (1976) and then in November with highly noted movie called Carrie from director Brian de Palma. The…