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Hellbound?

Greg will be at the 7:15 showing of Hellbound? this Tuesday evening at AMC Inver Grove 16 to answer questions after the showing. The writer/director Kevin Miller will be there as well. If you’re in the Twin Cities, come on out and join us!

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