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I thought it was funny that one of the reviewers suggested that the Actress that played the stepmother looked like Devine. I had financing setup and Devine in town to do the movie when he/she died. The financing evaporated, but the cast loved the script so we did it anyway. We shot one weekend a month for a year on a 16mm bolex, which is why all the sound is dubbed and ADR'd, also why Corey's hair style changes. We had a great time and I think we made a funny movie. I like that the reviewers either love it or hate it, I guess people either get it or don't get it. Unfortunately, Little Corye Gory is often labeled a "Horror" movie and when one of the blood and gut loving horror fans review the movie they hate it because it isn't really a slasher film like Saw. I wrote and directed "Corey" as a Horror Spoof/comedy, the fans that get that, get the movie. Thanks to everyone who worked on the movie. The Cast was very supportive, the crew was great and the Sting clone band was perfect. I am sorry it never made any money. I spent $15,000.00 dollars total on the production and about two years part time work (when I was only making $30,000.00 a year). You are all right, we made the movie in 1989. I got a distributor, but he has a crook and never paid me a Cent, and I still haven't recouped from the financial drain of production. I have a website up at www.littlecoreygorey.com where you can see an uncut directors copy. and if you go to www.littlecoreygorey.com/williammorroni.htm you can read the two scripts I'd like to do next and may do in the next couple of years thanks to HD video (alot cheaper than film production). Please let me know which one you like better. To the cast and crew I want to apologize for never paying them for their hard work and thank them for their work and the fun time we spent making this film (Let's put on a show in Pa's barn is for real!) To everyone who hated the movie, thanks for the critical review, I'll try and do better next time but it's hard when you have no budget. To everyone who loved it and thought it was a classic, thanks for getting it!! Love you all.
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