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Film review: Crime western ‘Hell or High Water’ is worth watching

“Hell or High Water” is a remarkably entertaining film that opened during the tail end of this summer. It was written by James Sheridan, the same screenwriter behind last year’s stellar “Sicario.” Both films share a few superficial similarities. They’re crime-thrillers. They’re set in modern-day rural America. (You know, the part of the country most Hollywood…

Director Jeremy Saulnier and actor Anton Yelchin talk “Green Room”, acting technique

In 2013, writer-director Jeremy Saulnier became an overnight indie sensation with “Blue Ruin,” the enthralling story of an average man seeking vengeance against the family that killed his father. Coming six years after Saulnier tried to establish himself with the little seen horror-comedy “Murder Party,” “Blue Ruin” was an all-or-nothing gamble for the then-unknown director…