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Thursday, June 18, 2015
Review of "Killing for Christmas"
David Bane spent eighteen years in prison, wrongly convicted of killing his wife. It's the Christmas season and snow is falling heavily as Bane returns to Red Brook to search for the real killer, prodded by his wife's ghost. In the mean time, a high ranking copper named Honour is cleansing the town of Filth. Honour plans to snatch his adopted daughter, Alex away from Race who pimps her, so he can abuse her himself. As the plot thickens, Bane sees an incredible resemblance between his dead wife and Alex, while several people die at the hands of the murderous Honour. When Bane suddenly becomes aware of the cached relationships that entangle and torment his mind an onslaught of action takes place. 4 Stars