MUSIC VIDEO PUBLISHED REVIEWS/PREMIERES

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DIME CRIMES #34 PUBLISHED REVIEWS

"A smart and slick genre defying flick … [Ed Hellman’s directing is] a mature style, one that would be nice to see more often in the film industry."
Nicholas La Salla at Forest City Film Review
“A transformative short.”
- Richard Propes at The Independent Critic
"The interplay between Ashlee Mundy and Jimmy Dalton develops a level of tension that drew me into the short completely.”
- Chris McKittrick at moviebuzzers.com
"JM Wagner’s script not only concludes with a shocking twist that brings everything full circle, it’s peppered with Raymond Chandler-esque dialogue that breathes life into its characters.”
- Steven Scott at forcesofgeek.com
5-Stars”
- Tom Johnson at Pulp Den
"These folks know what they're doing.”
- James Reasoner at Rough Edges
“This is a film that knows where it belongs – in the art houses of Williamsburg, Brooklyn…”
- Jonathan V. Cann at Hushed Forest Entertainment
“… A very well done, entertaining, and suspenseful movie.”
- Bill Crider at Bill Crider’s Pop Culture Magazine
“Dime Crimes #34" excels and exceeds all indie expectations visually; it also happens to be very entertaining.”
- IndyRed.com
"Once again, there is continued proof that so much can be said and enacted within the confines of an 18+ minute timeframe and still be completely effective!"
- Kirk Fernwood at OneFilmFan.com

DIME CRIMES #34 PUBLISHED INTERVIEWS

An Interview with Ed Hellman, Director of Dime Crimes #34
by Mike Haberfelner at (re)searchmytrash.com


An Interview with Ed Hellman, Director of Dime Crimes #34
by Kirk Fernwood at OneFilmFan.com

An Interview with JM Wagner, Actor/Writer/Executive Producer of Dime Crimes #34
by Kirk Fernwood at OneFilmFan.com


An Interview with Ashlee Mundy, Lead Actor in Dime Crimes #34
by Kirk Fernwood at OneFilmFan.com


An Interview with Jimmy Dalton, Lead Actor in Dime Crimes #34
by Kirk Fernwood at OneFilmFan.com