Thursday , 18 December 2014

About John Delia

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    John Delia has been on all sides of the movie business from publications to film making. He has worked as a film critic with ACED Magazine for 9 years and earned a Bachelors degree in communications from the University of Florida. John is a member of the South Eastern Film Critics Association. He serves as the film editor of Aced Magazine. Follow John on Twitter @staragent1 or send him a message at jdelia@acedmagazine.com
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“The Human Race” a Dash From Death

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