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Movie Reviews 101 Midnight Horror - Havenhurst (2017)

Director: Andrew C Erin

Writer: Andrew C Erin, Daniel Farrands (Screenplay)

Starring: Julie Benz, Belle Shouse, Josh Stamberg, Danielle Harris, Douglas Tait, Matt Lasky, Dendrie Taylor, Fionnula Flanagan… 542 more words

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Danielle Harris

Danielle Harris

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Danielle Harris

Danielle Harris at Adventure Con, in June 2008.

Born Danielle Andrea Harris 3,784 more words
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Havenhurst (2017) Review

Jackie (Julie Benz) is a recovering alcoholic who loses her daughter in an accident due to her drinking. In an attempt to start over, as well as figure out what happened to her missing friend Danielle (Danielle Harris), she moves in to the large Havenhurst gothic apartment building under the management of the rule-oriented Eleanor (Fionnula Flanagan). 513 more words

Review: Havenhurst

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Jackie (Julie Benz), a troubled young woman struggling with addiction, is released from rehab and given a second chance with a new job and a furnished apartment at Havenhurst. 397 more words

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HAVENHURST Opens its Doors in Select Theaters and on Cable and Digital VOD February 10

Andrew C. Erin’s Havenhurst Opens its Doors February 10
Starring Cult Favorites Julie Benz and Danielle Harris
Available in Select Theaters and Nationwide on VOD… 316 more words

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CYRUS: MIND OF A SERIAL KILLER (2010) Review


Written & Directed by Mark Vadik
Starring Danielle Harris, Brian Krause, Lance Henriksen, Doug Jones, Tiffany Shepis, Rae Dawn Chong

CYRUS: MIND OF A SERIAL KILLER is a relentless descent into a monster’s psyche and offers an unflinching view of abduction, torture, rape, insanity, and murder through the eyes of a bona fide madman. 331 more words

Movie Reviews

Movie Review: Stake Land

Stake Land (2010)
Directed by Jim Mickle
Starring Nick Damici, Connor Paolo, Kelly McGillis, Danielle Harris, Michael Cerveris

Several years ago, when we had the 8 Films to Die For mini-film fests, there were usually only a couple of films in the lot that really stood out to us.  1,139 more words

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