Review of Roundabout by Micah Hanks

Annie Briggs as Leda Calder

Annie Briggs as Leda Calder

Roundabout has been made available to some reviewers, media people and festivals, and the first reaction is in, from Micah Hanks, a person with a passion for science fiction who also hosts a talk radio show (as the film features a talk radio host as the lead character, the imprimatur of authenticity is important). Here is what he had to say:

“Roundabout is a thought-provoking and compelling new feature film by Canadian writer – director Paul Kimball that reminds us of the everyday, and the kinds of horror and general oddity that we all think about when we’re walking home alone, passing a dark alley, or peering past the window and out into the darkness. The visuals seen throughout the film – presented both by the actors, as well as the landscapes – hint at the strange desolation that represents that ultimate human fear… of being alone. If you get a chance to see this film, don’t miss it.”
- Micah Hanks, The Micah Hanks Radio Program (KGRA Radio)

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