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In 2017, writer David Ebeltoft and director Rod Blackhurst collaborated on “Here Alone,” a zombie story with an incredibly sluggish pace, sucking all the tension out of the picture. The men reunite for “Blood for Dust,” which also seems hesitant to invest in any kind of heightened rhythm capable of embracing thriller cinema, but the duo are in much better shape this time around. They have an interesting story to share about mistakes and survival, detailing the concern of a man who can’t seem to keep out of criminal activity while on a quest to make some money the honest way. “Blood for Dust” serves up a collection of hard men and blazing guns, which certainly isn’t an original take on desperation, but the writing generates some decent complications for the characters, and Blackhurst manages to snap the feature out of its thousand-yard stare on occasion, hitting a few pockets of suspense. Read the rest at


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