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While most teenagers are lost in concern about social standing, personal appearance, and educational performance, Kansas Bowling decided to pour her energy into making a movie. Well, at least half of one, hiring a cast and crew to make the "B.C. Butcher," a 52-minute-long ode to juvenile and monster cinema of the 1950s and '60s. Bowling is a child and she's made a childish picture, lacking a great deal of polish more seasoned talent would be able to conjure. However, with a tight squint and careful control of the fast-forward button, there's a moderate amount of entertainment value to be found in "B.C. Butcher," showcasing Bowling's interest in silly business and grisly encounters. Read the rest at


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