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Ahead of Horror Channel’s UK TV premiere screening of RADIUS, directors Steeve Leonard and Caroline Labreche talk last minute casting, corpses and making the FrightFest audience cry…
Horror Channel is delighted to be broadcasting the UK TV premiere of RADIUS. Are you a fan of the channel?
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