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Film Review - Hollow in the Land


Small town hostilities and murder in a working class community isn’t a new idea, but writer/director Scooter Corkle handles the routine well in “Hollow in the Land.” Evocative and capably scripted, the film attempts to launch a whodunit with emphasis on the misery of an upbringing interrupted, exploring the true strength of family ties when put to the ultimate test. “Hollow in the Land” has all the identifying marks of a low-budget production, but Corkle captures a welcome intensity to the unfolding drama, and he finds a terrific lead in Dianna Agron, who makes a move to expand her career possibilities with a turn as a downtrodden detective, showing newfound range as she carries the weight of this effective but bleak picture.  Read the rest at


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