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If there’s anything truly eye-catching about “Clinton Road,” it’s the co-director credit. Actor Richard Grieco makes his helming debut with the picture, and he goes where many untested talents head when dealing with a moviemaking challenge: horror. Joined by Steve Stanulis, Grieco presents a vision for New Jersey terror, depicting the Bermuda Triangle-style dead zone of a 10-mile stretch of road in the state, which is home to many disappearances and hauntings. This is simple stuff, with the production aiming to pull off a few chills here and there on an extremely low budget, calling in as many favors as possible. “Clinton Road” shows some effort, but there’s a lot of padding to work through to get anywhere in the feature, which throttles pace and limits frights. Read the rest at 


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