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Interview by Paul Salfen Superhero sons are raised by Superhero moms. Listen as Paul Salfen talks to actors Alisha Wainwright and Jason Ritter, who play (respectively) the mother of Dion and a scientist and best friend of Dion's father  in the new Netflix series RAISING DION, airing tomorrow October 4th. The series follows "the story of
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Interview by Paul Salfen Paul Salfen interviews Actors Boyd Holbrook, Cleopatra Coleman and Michael C. Hall for IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON, streaming on Netflix now.  It's a scuff about A Philadelphia police officer who struggles with a lifelong obsession to track down a mysterious serial killer whose crimes defy explanation.
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CATHERINE REITMAN ANNOUNCED AS RECIPIENT OF INAUGURAL NEW VOICE AWARD Today, the Austin Film Festival is announced their full film & conference schedule with 23 World, North American, and US Premieres, and a new awards category this year – the inaugural New Voice Award will honor actor, producer, writer/director Catherine Reitman. This year’s festival will
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Interview by Paul Salfen With a filmography that runs the gamut but strikes a chord with genre fans, writer-producer-director Brian Yuzna has been churning out beloved films for years and three of those will be celebrated this weekend at the inaugural North Texas Film Festival: Re-Animator, Society, and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Yuzna took
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Interview by Paul Salfen Now that “Silicon Valley” is nearing its final season, it’s time for Amanda Crew to shine. And shine she does in Richard Bates Jr.’s new wild horror flick Tone-Deaf. Crew goes toe-to-toe with a very scary Robert Patrick and definitely holds her own and then some. After a rousing debut at
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In Theaters and On Demand NOW Director's Statement: Tone-Deaf is a modern spin on a traditional home invasion horror film, a darkly comedic critique of the bizarre cultural and political climates in the United States, and hopefully a heck of a lot of fun.  Whereas my previous films deal with very distinct characters and the
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