Tag: Universal Studios

House of Dracula (1945) – By Baron Craze

Universal Studios realized the end of their gold mine of monsters domination was careening to a finish, the mayhem of the Vampires, Werewolves and Monsters, were soon to become buried, at least in terms of the box office for the foreseeable future (well sort of). The director closing the primary chapter, was Erie C. Kenton,…


The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) – By Baron Craze

This film is more than a mere sequel of a horror movie it contains so many references that transcend into the horror films of today, proving that imagination holds no boundaries and likely James Whale gives the definitive version of Mary Shelley‘s original story of Frankenstein Or The Modern Prometheus to screen an enduring lasting impression. It…


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…


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…


Dracula (1931) – By Baron Craze

Dracula the name itself is a true icon in not just the horror cinema, but as a whole to all disciplines of entertainment, from novels and comic books, to stage productions, films, music and memorabilia, the role made many famous by donning the cape to addressing themselves as Count Dracula. Universal Pictures interpretation to base…


New July to September 2019 Pre-Orders from Shout! Factory

The following are the most recent releases from Shout! Factory however, changes might occur.  Some horror sites may cover only popular titles or a famous Director, we here at The Horror Times, take the genre very seriously along with the reporting on it and hence the fans deserve all of the details. Silent Hill [Collector’s…


Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954) – By Baron Craze

One of the most beloved monsters of Universal Studios, aside from the mainstays of Frankenstein and Dracula, comes from producer William Alland who aided in unleashing the 1954 classic film Creature From the Black Lagoon. Director Jack Arnold, who the previous year made the sci-fi classic It Came from Outer Space (1953), which actually assisted…


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…


Horror Icon: Lon Chaney Jr. – by Baron Craze

This month marks our second Horror Icon, again it’s an extension of the Baron’s Crypt Horror Icon segment, while not appearing each month it allows one to enjoy those that we cover, July 12th marks the date of Lon Chaney’s death in 1973, 45-years-ago. His life’s work showing all the vast characters he portrayed, then…


The Wolf Man (1941) – By Baron Craze

In 1941, Universal Pictures released the last of their truly great monster movies The Wolf Man. The rise and fall of Dracula and Bela Lugosi and then Boris Karloff and Frankenstein, done their jobs, delivered the frights and scares, enjoyed the thrills yet the studio still struggled financially, desperately need a winning monster they called on screenwriter extraordinaire…