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Brenton Thwaites Bonds With Babies on ‘The Giver’

Opening August 15, The Giver centers on a seemingly halcyon society where violence and crime has been erased. The citizens' memories of their past...

“The Signal” Serves Up Sci-Fi Goodness With A Twist

The Signal is a sci-fi adventure infused psychological thriller elements, and if Roman Polanski (The Tenant, Chinatown) directed a paranoid driven episode of The...

“The Signal” Director William Eubank Believes In The “Big Book”

One of my favorite films this year is The Signal, a $2 million budgeted sci-fi feature which showcases the filmmaking acumen of director William...

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