Danger Brown

About Danger Brown

A life-long lover of film, I began writing movie reviews in 2001 while working as the Editor-In-Chief for the Horror fanzine ‘Mondo Muerte.’ Over the past 10 years, I have worked at cultivating a style and a voice all my own as I navigate the ever-widening sea of would-be and wanna-be critics known as The Internets.

Dissecting the Disturbo 13 – #2

BY DANGER BROWN Back in 1992, Stanley Wiater published an article entitled Disturbo 13: The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made. This article purported to spotlight (as advertised by the title) the most unsettling stories ever to be put to celluloid. At the time, I was an Eighteen-Year-Old lover of all … Continue reading

Danger Brown’s Lost and Found #6

Movies you’d forgotten about, reviewed by a guy you’ve barely heard of. TONIGHT’S EPISODE: SOMETHING UNHOLY Here are three movies which seem to exist for no apparent reason. Enjoy. DEATH SPA (1988) I would say that this movie was only made because every other possible idea for a horror flick … Continue reading

Danger Brown’s Lost and Found #5

Movies you’d forgotten about, reviewed by a guy you’ve barely heard of. TONIGHT’S EPISODE: TOYS IN THE ATTIC Every neighborhood has one. That house where all the kids gather after school to raise Hell and terrorize the locals. For me and my friends, that house was The Spearing’s. I spent … Continue reading

Dissecting the Disturbo 13 – #1

BY DANGER BROWN Back in 1992, Stanley Wiater published an article entitled Disturbo 13: The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made. This article purported to spotlight (as advertised by the title) the most unsettling stories ever to be put to celluloid. At the time, I was an eighteen-year-old lover of … Continue reading

Danger Brown’s Lost and Found #4

Movies you’d forgotten about, reviewed by a guy you’ve barely heard of. TONIGHT’S EPISODE: KIDS SEE THE DARNDEST THINGS Maybe it’s because I’m a 37-Year-Old man-boy, but I love a movie told from the perspective of a confused and frightened child. When done properly, these films play deftly on the … Continue reading