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Podcast Interview w/ Dee Wallace – Controversial Thriller, Red Christmas

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Exclusive Interview with The Original Scream Queen, Dee Wallace (E.T. The Extraterrestrial, Cujo, The Hills Have Eyes, The Howling) about upcoming horror movie, Red Christmas.

Red Christmas premieres in Los Angeles at Laemmle Theater in Beverly Hills on August 25th

Red Christmas celebrates the tradition of holiday horror classics like, Gremlins, Christmas Evil, Silent Night Deadly Night, and Black Christmas, with it’s own sense of humor in spite of it’s dramatic theme.

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