REVIEW | Killing Season (2013)


The opening of “Killing Season” is promising: a sepia-colored flashback to the Bosnian War in the early ‘90s, giving us a clear snapshot of its atrocities. Then the film fluidly transitions to the present-day, to a foreign-looking John Travolta with an accent, in a secret meeting...[READ FULL REVIEW HERE]


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