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Welcome back to Scotch & Cinema! Cheers to a thriller this week as we review the Cannes favorite Blue Ruin, a Hitchcock-inspired revenge film directed by Jeremy Saulnier and starring Macon Blair, Kevin Kolack, Devin Ratray, and Amy Hargreaves.
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Check out the suspenseful trailer here:
Blue Ruin Trailer
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We also take a look at the strange and fascinating world of Interactive Documentaries. Be sure to support your fellow filmmakers and check out one of them here:
It explores the disappearance of a Canadian mining settlement called Pine Point, and utilizes memories and materials from the surrounding area to tell it’s tale.
Tune in for exclusives interviews with actor Kevin Kolack and actress Stacy Rock to hear what it was like to be a part of such a tense film.
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All that revenge leaving you a little parched? Think fast–here’s…
I. Whenever Dwight fucks up – Take a drink.
II. Whenever you see a gun – Take a drinks.
III. Whenever Dwight steals something – Take two drinks
IV. Whenever someone is killed – FINISH YOUR DRINK.
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