Either your browser's javascript has been disabled or it needs an update! Please re-enable your javascript program or update your browser to view this page as designed.
Vampires Zombies Circle of Iron Dr WHO Frankenstein

 Follow
us on
Facebook
 
   HOME   |   CULT TV AND FILM   |   RADIOACTIVE TELEVISION   |   PODCASTS   |   ARCHIVES
Spotlight
  • Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here" (1975)
  • The Greatest Superman Stories From The Movies
  • Johnny Sokko, Episode 1
  • Doctor WHO, "The Daleks"
  • Star Trek, "City on the Edge of Forever"
  • World of Werewolf Movies
  • Spaced Invaders
  • Dick Briefer's Frankenstein
  • The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
  • Radioactive Television Presents "Phantom From Space" (1953)





  • Columns/Reviews/Features

    Hammer Files: The Mummy (1959)
    Posted March 2, 2015 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    Hammer Films had already established themselves as the new face of horror for the modern atomic age. Blood flowed. But, like Curse of Frankenstein and Horror of Dracula before it.....

    Hula Bay
    Posted March 1, 2015 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    So its Saturday night and youre not sure where to go and everyone in your party tells you, I dont care where we go eat. What to do? Put on your best beach attire, grab a lei.....

     PODCAST  Relative Dimensions, a Doctor WHO Podcast: Episode 7 -- The Ice Warriors DVD and Series 8
    Posted February 27, 2015 by Terence Nuzum | Relative Dimensions
    In this episode, Terence reviews the Ice Warriors DVD plus finishes up his assessment of Series 8 and The Last Christmas.

    House Of Dark Shadows (1970)
    Posted February 24, 2015 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    I grew up in a household that nourished my horror fandom. My mom loved horror movies and showed me all the ones that I could see at a young age, within boundaries of my age limit.....

    John Carpenter's Lost Themes
    Posted February 19, 2015 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    There isn't a horror fan around that wouldn't recognize the opening tune to 1978's classic slasher Halloween. To horror fans like myself personally it defined scary music. The pu.....

    From Jets to Forgetters
    Posted February 18, 2015 by Vinnie Blesi | Music Mathers
    Blake Schwarzenbach one of the founding members of the American punk band, Jawbreaker, which broke up in 1996, went on to produce three of the greatest unrecognized indie rock rele.....

    Live Your Dreams: The Taylor Anderson Story
    Posted February 7, 2015 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Thoughts still linger But will those who have partedReturn again?Evening is deep in the hillsWhere cherry blossoms fall.Shinkei (1406-1475)The world is truly getti.....

    Takamoto's Toons
    Posted February 1, 2015 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Beginning in 1969, Scooby-Doo, remained a staple of the Saturday morning cartoon lineup. This beloved cartoon series has had an enormous effect on pop culture and Scooby snacks e.....

    The Dragon Lives Again
    Posted January 20, 2015 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    The first true Asian superstar was Bruce Lee, the King of Kung Fu. After his premature death at only 32 back in 1973, the Hong Kong film industry panicked. Anyone who remotely re.....

    Robert Kinoshita Tribute
    Posted January 18, 2015 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    On December 9th, 2014, the science fiction community lost a true icon when Robert Kinoshita passed away. He created three famous robots, pre-Star Wars that delighted children and.....

    The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan
    Posted January 14, 2015 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    With the death of Saturday morning cartoons ending last year when CW ran the last block, an era has ended. A big part of my Saturday mornings was grabbing a box of Fruity Pebbles.....

    So You Would Like To Start A Bruce Lee Movie Collection
    Posted January 3, 2015 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Got some Christmas money that is burning a hole in your pocket? Looking for an exciting action star that has never been replaced? In the mood for some high kicking retro fun? .....

    Bebop on Blu-ray
    Posted January 1, 2015 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    With a street date of December 16, 2014, Funimation finally released Cowboy Bebop on multiple media formats. This much beloved anime classic from the 90s is a long time coming......

    The Creeps #1
    Posted December 29, 2014 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    I have covered classic horror comics in magazine format here before but the arrival of The Creeps issue 1 in my mailbox was a cause for celebration. When I received it this past.....

    Why I Love Richard Butler
    Posted December 27, 2014 by Vinnie Blesi | Music Mathers
    The first time I saw The Psychedelic Furs was at now demolished old Bayfront Theatre in St. Petersburg Florida. Richard Butler, lead singer, was in his traditional trenchcoa.....

    Visions
    Posted December 27, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    If you were wondering about Japan during the latter part of the 19th century and you wanted to read up on it, then Lafcadio Hearn was your writer. Hearn defined Japan to the West.....

    Classics

    Crazed Fanboy.com is a Tampa-based fan outlet for many creative endeavors, including, but not limited to, independent film, video, music, original artwork, and media commentary.

    Admission to the staff of Crazed Fanboy is by application or invitation only. All contents of CrazedFanboy.com are 2015 by Nolan B. Canova and Terence Nuzum.

    We appreciate your support.
    Sincerely,
    TERENCE NUZUM: Editor-in-Chief (CTHULHU05@aol.com)
    Nolan B. Canova: Publisher, Editor Emeritus, Tech Support (nolan@crazedfanboy.com)


    Crazed Fanboy™ was created by Nolan B. Canova (editor 2000--2011) and is based in Tampa, Florida. Webpage design, proprietary source code, and all original graphics herein (except where otherwise noted) are creations of, and copyrighted by, Nolan B. Canova ©2015. All other contents 2015 by Nolan B. Canova and Terence Nuzum.