Red Letter Day ratchets up the paranoia, big laughs, and practical gore effects to create a wild and unique horror experience.
This piece was written by Sachin Hingoo, a freelance writer when he is not working at an office job that is purpose-built for paying the bills while he works as a freelance writer. His writing has appeared on Mcsweeneys.net, the CBC Street Level Blog, Ohmpage.ca, Popshifter.com, and The Midnight Madness Blog for the Toronto International Film Festival. He has also been featured at Toronto lecture series Trampoline Hall. His mutant power is 'feigning interest'.
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