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Ash and Bone

 This week the Bloodfest goons were joined by the great Harley Wallen to discuss his latest film, Ash and Bone. They got deep into Wallen's filmography to talk about Agramon's gate, Eternal Code, Abstruse and the upcoming Beneath us All. Along the way we found out that Joey has been stalking actor Sean Whalen and that Josh is always star struck. It was a great conversation with insights into independent film making, social justice and fighting. 

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