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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: Grave Danger (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: A woman is terrorized by a psychotic caller who terrorizes her with terrifying tales of murderous ventriloquist dummies, possessed housewives, and watching strangers. But will she live to tell the tales? REVIEW: “Jim Haggerty’s Grave Danger” is an exercise in the do-it-yourself school of low budget filmmaking. What it lacks in originality, it makes up for in fun and ...

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Film Review: Paranormal Xperience (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: In 2011, five Medical students investigated an abandoned mining town in search of paranormal evidence… They found them. REVIEW: Spain has finally jumped on the 3D bandwagon and released their first film in the format. “Paranormal Xperience 3D” comes to us from director Sergi Vizcaino and the producers of “The Orphanage”. It isn’t the finest ghost story I have ...

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Film Review: Razortooth (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: When four college students trek to the Everglades to conduct extra-credit research for their biology professor, they become prey to a huge man-eating eel with nasty incisors that’s been terrorizing a nearby Florida community. As they try to kill the bloodthirsty beast with the help of a few local residents, the kids uncover their professor’s true motive for sending ...

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Film Review: Tony London Serial Killer (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: Solitary Tony (Peter Ferdinando) lives on the line of society and of sanity: Mostly he’s home alone, cultivating a taste for 1980s action flicks, and when social interaction arises, murder is his solution to an awkward moment. Director Gerard Johnson’s gruesome character study observes the inscrutable figure as he goes about the business of being maladjusted, misreading the world ...

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Film Review: Underground (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: A group of friends fight for their lives against the lethal and ravenous creatures lurking beneath the Earth’s surface. The group finds themselves at the mercy of creatures genetically engineered by the military to be expendable in battle. Though they fought countless battles in Iraq, these friends never knew real fear until they went underground. REVIEW: Not many films ...

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Film Review: Groupie (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: When a mysterious groupie joins legendary cursed band, “The Dark Knights”, a series of unexplained murders derails their comeback tour.   REVIEW: When I think of Mark L. Lester, I expect a film to revel in excess. Maybe excessive violence, excessive, nudity, or excessively bad dialogue and one-liners. I haven’t followed his career since 1991 when he directed the ...

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Film Review: Apparition (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: Apparition is a supernatural thriller exploring the themes of love, death, and the fragility of the mind. When Doug’s fiancee, Lori, is killed in a car accident, he retreats to their isolated farmhouse to deal with his loss. Left to grieve amid years of memories, Doug realizes he has not returned alone. As he learns the tragic history of ...

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Interview: Vernon Wells (Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs, The Road Warrior)

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Sometimes technical difficulties can delay a project, even writing. Thankfully the problem has been solved and I’m able to bring to you an interview with a man who needs no introduction. He’s a living legend for portraying icon characters in films like THE ROAD WARRIOR, COMMANDO, and WEIRD SCIENCE. He’s one of the hardest working actors in the biz and ...

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Film Review: Angels of Darkness (2014)

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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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