Review: Gloria Loves CORBIN NASH

Corbin Nash, there’s a new kind of hero in the city of Angels.

Corbin Nash is a unique film of good versus evil. Ben Jagger is a writer and director, known for Corbin Nash (2018), The Paddy Lincoln Gang (2014) and Dark Peak. With the help of actor and writer Dean S. Jagger (Game of Thrones) (Scorched Earth, 2016) and writer Christopher P. Taylor, Corbin Nash is an excellent gory, action-packed film, filmed in Los Angeles CA.

Corbin Nash (Dean S. Jagger) is an LA police detective in the search for his parents killer, somewhere along the search he finds himself trapped in his own living hell. Tormented by the evil duo of Queeny (Corey Feldman) and Vince (Richard Wagner) who are responsible for the diabolical nightmare he is in. Lost in an underworld universe, having to fight for his life against other victims and demons, Corbin Nash finds out that he is the last of the Nash kinship, an ancient clan of demon hunters. After a brutal and deadly attack by a gang of demons, Nash is left for dead, only to be found by Macy (Fernanda Romero), an exotic dancer. Macy takes Nash home to help him recover, little did she know he would die only to be reborn into a demon himself. Nash is reborn! Seeking vengeance against those who cursed his life forever.

My favorite character aside from Corbin Nash would have to be Queeny (Corey Feldman). Queeny is a drag queen demon thirsty for blood! Her sassy attitude and sexuality are some of the powerful traits that she uses to her advantage to get what she desires. Queeny is a strong, cold-hearted demon but she also has a soft side to her devilish ways. One of my favorite scenes is between Queeny and Vince (Richard Wagner), Queeny and Vince are celebrating some sort of anniversary, Queeny wearing a beautiful black gown slow dancing with Vince with her head on his chest while the record player spins in the background. The character shows weakness and vulnerability around Vince and its probably because she might actually love him.

I really enjoyed watching Corbin Nash, it was bloody, gory, sexual, it also had a great background story to Nash’s character, everything was about this film was done attractively to grab the viewers attention. I would love to see a sequel to Corbin Nash, there has to be more to

the struggle between good and evil, choose your side.

-Gloria Skulls

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