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Grace (Blu-ray Review)

24 September 2009 1:55 PM, PDT | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

If I may get a little incestuous for a moment… It’s always nice to see filmmakers whom Fango gave an early boost making good, and the recently released Blu-ray and DVD of Grace showcase three directors who were part of our Blood Drive short-film compilation discs. Not only are there Means To An End creators Paul Solet, who wrote and helmed Grace, and Jake Hamilton, who chronicled its trip to the Sundance Film Festival, but also Mainstream’s Adam Barnick, who put together its exemplary behind-the-scenes package.

The multiple featurettes demonstrate that this story of a very unusual birth and the unsettling events that follow was a (no pun intended) labor of love, and it’s also clear from the conviction with which Solet spins his weird tale that it was a passion project for him. First excerpted by Solet as a six-minute short of the same title, the »

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