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Watch the Fantastic Fest Short Film, “Givertaker”!

Having just premiered at the Fantastic Fest Film Festival in Austin, Texas, Paul Gandersman’s “Givertaker” is now available for online consumption. Penned by Peter S. Hall, the short begins when a petulant teen conducts an ancient ritual to enact petty revenge on those who she believes have wronged her. Things go wrong when the Givertaker […]
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