[HERALD REVIEW] 'KILLED MY WIFE' SHOWS WHY WEBCOMIC-BASED FILMS RARELY WORK

After watching the thoroughly boring “Killed My Wife,” I checked out the webcomic on which it is based. Surprisingly, it was pretty good. The story was intriguing, the style was tasteful and the presentation was effective in building susp

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