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Badsville

By: Trevor Chartrand Doomed by circumstance, citizens of the gritty slum town Badsville are generally faced with two options: escape the city or die trying.  In a corrupt town ruled by gangsters and criminals, the world built in director April Mullen’s Badsville may be bleak and daunting, but it’s not a world without hope.

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Blood in the Snow 2015: ‘Farhope Tower’

By: Addison Wylie When the Unspecters – a team of bush-league paranormal investigators – are told to up their ante in order to score a television show pilot, they apprehensively set their sights on Farhope Tower.  The high-rise has a history of undistinguished suicides, and its been uninhabited for years.  The Unspecters are used to spelunking for spirits in caves and dark crevices, but they muster forward into their next challenge. April Mullen’s Farhope Tower is…

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88

By: Addison Wylie 88 is proof a film can go feral.  It’s a version of Memento that’s been influenced by exploitation schlock and left out in the sun for too long.  It’s fun for a bit, but the film runs out of steam.  The rowdy trashy energy sends the film to a place of no return – fandom purgatory. April Mullen has appeared in front of the camera in various supporting roles, and has now…