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Review by Paul Salfen Assassin 33 A.D. might be one of the most perplexingly unique films to come along in quite some time. From director Jim Carroll, and based on his award-winning script, this is a sci-fi/action/drama/romance hybrid (complete with plenty of comedic elements) about a group of scientists that invent a time machine that
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INHERIT THE VIPER casts a lens on the opioid crisis through the eyes of a European, Swiss Director Anthony Jerjen.  The film delivers a dark drama set in small-town Ohio (actually filmed in Alabama) which is made all the more poignant by the fact that situations depicted in the film are all-too pervasive in certain
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For many horror fans, The Beyond is one of the most memorable films in their discovery of the genre. It’s the second film in Lucio Fulci’s “Gates of Hell” trilogy, falling between City of the Living Dead in 1980 and The House by the Cemetery, also in 1981. Often called “an Italian Southern Gothic supernatural
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Interview by Paul Salfen WAVES is being heralded by critics as joy and pain, a film with anguish yet a call to forgiveness for family. We talk to  Texas Director/Writer Trey Edward Shults, who hails from Texas but now lives in Florida. From writer/director Trey Edward Shults and starring Kelvin Harrison, Jr., Lucas Hedges, Taylor
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