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‘Into The Ashes’ Director Aaron Harvey Talks Storytelling Technique And “Eddie Coyle” Love

  Into The Ashes is a taut thriller about a former criminal named Nick (Luke Grimes) whose sins come back to haunt him after his...

‘Into The Ashes’ Review: Crime Thriller Levels Up With Introspective Storytelling

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Lots to cover on Episode 99 of CinemAddicts, as Anderson Cowan and I review two films (Skin, Mike Wallace Is Here) and I tackle...

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