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Corey Danna


Corey has been with HorrorNews since 2009. He's a self-proclaimed geek with an appetite for the bizarre! He's also contributing to the upcoming book, "The Good, The Tough, and The Deadly: Action Stars and Their Movies" to be released by Schiffer Publishing in the fall of 2015. Connect with me on Facebook or Twitter.

Film Review: Patient X (2009)

SYNOPSIS: After twenty years, local police captures the murderer of the older brother of a young boy. Now a doctor, he must go back to his old town and face the murderers himself. He then discovers that the murderers are Aswang (folkloric Filipino vampire-like creatures) and they pose a deadly threat not only to him but also for the entire …

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Film Review: Bunnyman (2009)

SYNOPSIS A cannibalistic family led by a disfigured man in a bunny suit, wreak havoc in the backwoods. REVIEW: In 1974, director Tobe Hooper unleashed a film upon the world that would change the face of horror forever. Thirty seven years later, young filmmakers are still inspired by this film. There have been great films like Xavier Gans’ “Frontiers”, the …

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Film Review: Asylum (2014)

SYNOPSIS: A veteran hostage negotiator’s next call leads him to an overrun insane asylum. He soon finds that dark forces are pushing the patients to commit atrocities, and he may be the only one that can stop them. REVIEW: It always sucks when things don’t turn out the way you hope or envision them. It’s never more true when pertaining …

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Film Review: George: A Zombie Intervention (2009)

SYNOPSIS: George’s friends have all gathered for an intervention… George’s intervention. You see, George is a zombie and George’s friends are attempting to convince George to stop eating people and to enter ‘zombie rehab’. But the intervention doesn’t go quite as planned REVIEW: Can anyone even count the amount of zombie films that have been released over the past several …

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Film Review: Mantua (2012)

Mantua (2012) Movie

SYNOPSIS: Will the evil organic cult take over the municipal water supply? Will The horrific killings of ‘local talent’ be put to an end? Will Agent Bellman get his Christmas bonus? And who are these people, anyway? Get ready to lick your computer screen as these tasteful delights unfold. REVIEW: One thing can be said for the film “Mantua”, is …

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Film Review: Mischief Night (2013)

SYNOPSIS: Young Emily Walton, who has suffered from psychosomatic blindness ever since the car accident that took her mother’s life, must summon every instinct at her disposal to protect herself and her loved ones from a mysterious intruder. REVIEW: Why does the killer always have to torment the pretty, young, and innocent girl? Maybe they should spend more time going …

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ROCK & ROLL NIGHTMARE star Jon-Mikl Thor to Crowdfund Latest Project

It’s with great pleasure that I announce the launch of an amazing crowdfunding campaign to help with the completion of the tour documentary THOR: RETURN OF THE THUNDERHAWK. In 2015, director Ryan Wise gave us the documentary I AM THOR, an unflinching account of Jon-Mikl Thor’s comeback after having been in retirement for nearly ten years. Mounting such an ambitious …

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Film Review: Robert (2015)

SYNOPSIS: In this chilling story based on real life events a family experience terrifying supernatural occurrences when their son acquires a vintage doll called Robert. REVIEW: Dating back to 1904, there’s been a story about a haunted doll named, Robert. Having occurred in Key West, Florida, it’s still very much a fixture of it’s haunted history. The doll is still …

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Film Review: Angels of Darkness (2014)

SYNOPSIS: Depicts the intense and fractured relationship between a lonely teenager and a beautiful stranger. REVIEW: Stephen Rea is such a brilliant actor. Sadly, over the last several years he has found himself taking part in films that aren’t exactly worthy of his talent (ASYLUM was complete garbage). Thankfully, ANGELS OF DARKNESS is far more deserving. It also happens to …

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Film Review: The Double Born (2008)

SYNOPSIS: A woman is tortured by the sudden disappearance of her only child years before. Obsessed with having another baby, she is devastated and driven to emotional crisis when discovering her new husband is infertile. Gripped by despair, the woman begins to resign herself to the bitter likelihood of never having another child. Striking up a friendship with two discarded …

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Film Review: Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla (2013)

SYNOPSIS: A black comedy/drama about a lonely ice-cream van driver, Warren Thompson, and his unhealthy obsession with television soap starlet, Katey George. REVIEW: Australia and New Zealand seem to be the hot spots for genre fare these days. With films like THE BABADOOK, WOLF CREEK 2, and HOUSEBOUND, this particular geographic location appears to be overflowing with talented filmmakers who …

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Film Review: The Mildew from Planet Xonader (2015)

SYNOPSIS: The year is 1984. Researchers at the secretive Bentan Labs are celebrating the completion of their latest weapons project: a previously unknown type of mildew, capable of spreading and consuming any kind of vegetation… and ideal for attacking stockpiles of enemy food. When a sponsor is accidentally infected, the mildew’s spores are set loose across the facility. As aggressive …

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Film Review: Cabin Fever (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A group of five friends are terrorized at their getaway cabin. REVIEW: Why? That one single-word question pretty much sums up my reaction to hearing of a CABIN FEVER remake. The point of doing a remake usually involves updating or contemporizing the source material for a new audience. The original CABIN FEVER was released in 2002 so I’m not …

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Film Review: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes (2009)

SYNOPSIS: When a mob of massive monsters invades London, only master sleuth Sherlock Holmes (Ben Syder) and his associate Dr. Watson (Gareth David-Lloyd) can save the city. Watson begins to believe that the creatures exist, but Holmes thinks villain Spring-Heeled Jack (Dominic Keating) is behind the attacks. Now, they must track down the master criminal before his plan for world …

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Film Review: Luciferous (2015)

SYNOPSIS: A real family is targeted and manipulated by a malicious force determined to prove that every man, woman and child is at risk of malevolent possession. REVIEW: Hollywood horror films are essentially dead. We only get a few a year and they all follow formula which in turn makes them rather dull. Over the past few years, I’ve really …

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Film Review: Don’t Grow Up (2015)

SYNOPSIS: The story about a group of youths who can’t face the thought of growing up because anyone who does becomes a rampaging zombie. REVIEW: Not everyone will enjoy French director Thierry Poiraud’s English language debut DON’T GROW UP. It’s almost like an adolescent’s 28 DAYS LATER but not nearly as action-packed or suspenseful. It’s interesting in the sense we …

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Film Review: Dropping Evil (2012)

SYNOPSIS: After his friends slip him LSD on a camping trip, ultra-nerdy Nancy hallucinates that they are evil beings and begins to systematically hunt them down. Meanwhile, a mysterious corporation monitors the entire event for their own hidden purpose. REVIEW: Last night I had trouble sleeping. I woke around 3 or 4am. I tried going back to sleep but nothing …

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