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Hostiles

November 20, 2018

"I've killed everything that's walked or crawled. If you do it enough, you get used to it." JJ and Steve are heading out west this month. It's a long and grueling journey, and one of them may not make it to the end. It’s a Trailer Rewind first. This month they dig into the Saturday…

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