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    Watch: Michael C. Hall Like You've Never Seen Him Before in 'Cold in July' Clip

    In Jim Mickle's newest film "Cold in July," Michael C. Hall stars as a man who shoots and kills a burglar who has intruded into his home in 1989 Texas. What happens next is traditional Minkle fare, similar to his previous films such as "Mulberry Street" and "We Are What We Are," but on a more human ...

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    Review: Jim Mickle's Balmy Noir ‘Cold In July’ Starring Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard & Don Johnson

    Give filmmaker Jim Mickle credit; just when you think you’ve got a handle on his ever-evolving pulpy noir thriller “Cold In July,” the movie snakes sinisterly in abruptly twisting directions. The director behind the celebrated (but uneven) cannibal movie “We Are What We Are,” and the vampire indie “...

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    Not Feeling 'X-Men' This Weekend? Here Are Four Acclaimed Indie Alternatives

    As the Cannes Film Festival continues to unspool along the French Riviera, multiplexes and arthouses are holding down the fort stateside with a hefty slate of well-reviewed -- and in some cases long-awaited -- new releases.

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    Watch: Clip from Jim Mickle's Thriller 'Cold in July' Starring Michael C. Hall

    In Jim Mickle's newest film "Cold in July," Michael C. Hall stars as a man who shoots and kills a burglar who has intruded into his home. This clip features Hall trying to convince the local sheriff to offer him protection from the deceased's vengeful father played by Sam Shepard.

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    How Did Michael C. Hall Go From Evil 'Dexter' to Ill-Fated Everyman in Mickle's 'Cold in July'?

    Michael C. Hall, star of Jim Mickle's "Cold in July," talks shedding "Dexter," turning from the "marriage" of TV to the "love affair" of cinema, and his latest performance as a morally confounded everyman who's at war with himself.

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    WATCH: Trailer for Jim Mickle's Southern-Fried Revenge Thriller 'Cold In July,' Starring Michael C. Hall

    Writer/director Jim Mickle shook up the indie genre film world last year with his domestic horror film "We Are What We Are," and now he has done it again with his throwback thriller "Cold in July," starring Michael C. Hall. Watch the official trailer here.

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    Watch: Michael C. Hall Gets In Over His Head in Gritty 'Cold in July' Trailer

    Now with "Dexter" over, Michael C. Hall is making a break for it as a big screen actor, playing the lead in the gritty indie thriller "Cold in July," directed by Jim Mickle ("Stake Land," "We Are What We Are"). The film premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and opens in limited release and on...

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    Watch: First Trailer For Jim Mickle's Noir 'Cold In July' Starring Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard & Don Johnson

    They don't make 'em like this anymore. Well, more accurately, they don't make 'em like this anymore, but Jim Mickle still does. The director behind "Stake Land" and "We Are What We Are" returns with another genre exercise with "Cold In July," and the first trailer has arrived.

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    Sundance Review: Absorbing & Memorable Noir ‘Cold In July’ Starring Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard & Don Johnson

    Give filmmaker Jim Mickle credit; just when you think you’ve got a handle on his ever-evolving pulpy noir thriller “Cold In July,” the movie snakes sinisterly in abruptly twisting directions. The director behind the celebrated (but uneven) cannibal movie “We Are What We Are,” and the vampire indie “...

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    Kill Your Darlings

    Director Krokidas and his production team effectively evoke the look and feel of New York City.

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