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Vicious New Look at Trent Haaga’s ’68 Kill’!

IFC Midnight recently acquired North American rights to Trent Haaga’s 68 Kill, which had its world premiere at last month’s SXSW Film Festival. Next up is the UK FrightFest, who released these awesome new images. Our own Ben Larned reviewed the film, calling it “bloody, hilarious Southern Gothic madness.” Based on the novel by Bryan Smith, “Chip’s […]
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