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Widow's Point is Open 24 Hours through The Pale Door

Hockey continues to dominate the Radio NL 610 AM airwaves, but there's still time for those fine purveyors of film de cinema to work their audio magic. From The Basement returns once again to pleasure your ear holes with a slew of new reviews, and an update on the local movie scene.

First up: the movies! Jason and Shawn provide a feature review on Padraig Reynolds's latest effort, the slasher flick Open 24 Hours. This one stars Vanessa Grasse in a twisted tale at an all-night gas station. Does it deliver the spooky -- and let's face it, gruesome -- goods? Stick with us!

And stick with us you shall, as The Basement Boys take on the latest Netflix original Project Power starring Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the ghost story Widow's Point from genre vet Greg Lamberson, and the horror/Western The Pale Door... all so you don't have to!

But wait, local movie fans, Kamloops Film Society executive director Dusan Magdolen checks off a bucket-list item by coming on the show. He will update local listeners on what the society has in store for its very popular Twin Rivers Drive-In, and plans for the Paramount Theatre, heading into fall. This is a fun conversation that should please movie fans, be they from Kamloops or elsewhere.

So tune in at 10:05 this morning. Your weekend entertainment starts here, only on Radio NL.


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