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.

Danger Brown’s Lost and Found #3

Movies you’d forgotten about, reviewed by a guy you’ve barely heard of. TONIGHT’S EPISODE: A ROLLER SKATING JAM NAMED SATURDAYS Hollywood has long had an obsession with exploiting fads. Breakdancing kids saving the Community Rec Center, vampires falling in and out of love, zombies rising from their graves to feast … Continue reading

Danger Brown’s Lost and Found #2

Movies you’d forgotten about, reviewed by a guy you’ve never heard of. TONIGHT’S EPISODE: ROB SCHNEIDER IS JUST AS ANNOYING AS AN ANIMAL AS HE IS AS A MAN THE ANIMAL (2001) “Saturday Night Live” movies are notoriously bad. For every Blues Brothers, we get a thousand Corky Romanos. Rob … Continue reading

Danger Brown’s Lost and Found #1

Movies you’d forgotten about, reviewed by a guy you’ve never heard of. TONIGHT’S EPISODE: IT’S 2001 AND JOHN CARPENTER JUST DIRECTED A SPACE TRAVESTY JOHN CARPENTER’S GHOSTS OF MARS After his uneven, yet universally praised In the Mouth of Madness, cult director John Carpenter began a rapid descent into mediocrity. … Continue reading