Tag: Wes Craven

The 1990s Teen Horror Cycle by Alexandra West Book Review – By Baron Craze

  I honestly don’t remember much about the 90s, it was more of blur for me, in 1991 I just graduated high school and I began the next stage in life, one I later changed drastically. It was time to put away childish things, and start college, and so on, therefore this gave some insight…


Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film (2006) – By Baron Craze

A documentary version that extrapolates from Adam Rockoff’s book of the same name delivers a quality blend of interviews and archive footage, headed by field director Jeff McQueen, with the talent provides enthusiasm for the genre of Horror and passion for the sub-genre Slasher Films that receive attention from fans and criticism from critics in…


Shocker (1989) – By Baron Craze

Many horror fans sadly recall the date of August 30, 2015, it was the date Wes craven passed away, a man known for countless projects as writer, director, and producer, from his 1970s classics of The last House on the Left (1972) and The Hills Have Eyes (1977), with his first true claim of fame…


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…