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'Overlord' stirs up World War II horror cocktail

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Forgoing high-profile stars, the film’s promotion has fascinated with J.J. Abrams, although he is just a manufacturer right here, leaving the directing chores to Australian filmmaker Julius Avery. Alternatively, Abrams produced “Cloverfield,” which additionally confounded expectancies through weaving a horror-monster film in conjunction with what felt like an episode of “Felicity.” The combo-and-match genres thought …
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