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How did Final Vision pull off its brutal murder scene?

Warning: This video contains graphic depictions of murder from the TV film Final Vision.

Based on the book Final Vision: The Last Word On Jeffrey MacDonald by Joe McGinniss, the new Investigation Discovery true-crime movie Final Vision centers around Jeffrey MacDonald, better known as the Green Beret Killer, a man convicted of murdering his pregnant wife and two daughters in 1970. The film doesn’t hold back when it comes to depicting the murder scene—it’s pretty brutal. In the video above, Scott Foley, who portrays MacDonald, talks about the challenges of filming the scene.

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TV review | Final Vision: True-crime movie challenged stars to stay ‘honest’

Scott Foley approaches all of his roles in the same way: He strives to tell the most complete story possible through his performance.

Such is the case in “Final Vision,” premiering Sunday night on Investigation Discovery.

The made-for-cable film is based on the true story of the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history.

Jeffrey MacDonald (Foley) is a handsome, Ivy League-educated Army Green Beret doctor who was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two young daughters in 1970. The story is told through the eyes of best-selling author Joe McGinniss (Dave Annable), who was approached by MacDonald to write a book about his personal nightmare as he was about to go to trial.

McGinniss originally thinks he is writing about an innocent man being railroaded by a flawed legal system but eventually sees the twisted psychology at the core of the story

Read more at: http://www.dispatch.com/entertainmentlife/20171209/tv-review--final-vision-true-crime-movie-challenged-stars-to-stay-honest

TV review | Final Vision: True-crime movie challenged stars to stay …

Scott Foley approaches all of his roles in the same way: He strives to tell the most complete story possible through his performance.

Such is the case in “Final Vision,” premiering Sunday night on Investigation Discovery.

The made-for-cable film is based on the true story of the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history.

Jeffrey MacDonald (Foley) is a handsome, Ivy League-educated Army Green Beret doctor who was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two young daughters in 1970. The story is told through the eyes of best-selling author Joe McGinniss (Dave Annable), who was approached by MacDonald to write a book about his personal nightmare as he was about to go to trial.

McGinniss originally thinks he is writing about an innocent man being railroaded by a flawed legal system but eventually sees the twisted psychology at the core of the story

Read more at: http://www.dispatch.com/entertainmentlife/20171209/tv-review--final-vision-true-crime-movie-challenged-stars-to-stay-honest

The Day – Foley, Annable took honest approaches to ‘Final Vision …

Scott Foley’s approach to acting starts the same way no matter the project. He believes it is his job to tell the most complete story possible through his performance. As in the case of the Investigation Discovery film “Final Vision,” which airs at 10 p.m. Sunday, Foley finds the script has most of what he needs but he continues to dig just a little deeper. 

What he found with the made-for-cable film is a script based on the true story of the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history. Jeffrey MacDonald (Foley) is a handsome, Ivy League-educated U.S. Army Green Beret doctor who was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two young daughters in 1970. The story is told through the eyes of best-selling author Joe McGinniss (Dave Annable), who was approached by MacDonald to write a book about his personal nightmare as he was about to go to

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Foley, Annable took honest approaches to ‘Final Vision’

Scott Foley’s approach to acting starts the same way no matter the project. He believes it is his job to tell the most complete story possible through his performance. As in the case of the Investigation Discovery film “Final Vision,” which airs at 10 p.m. Sunday, Foley finds the script has most of what he needs but he continues to dig just a little deeper. 

What he found with the made-for-cable film is a script based on the true story of the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history. Jeffrey MacDonald (Foley) is a handsome, Ivy League-educated U.S. Army Green Beret doctor who was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two young daughters in 1970. The story is told through the eyes of best-selling author Joe McGinniss (Dave Annable), who was approached by MacDonald to write a book about his personal nightmare as he was about to go to

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TV: Actors took honest approaches to ‘Final Vision’

Scott Foley’s approach to acting starts the same way, no matter the project. He believes it is his job to tell the most complete story possible through his performance. As in the case of the Investigation Discovery film “Final Vision,” Foley finds the script has most of what he needs, but he continues to dig just a little deeper.

What he found with the made-for-cable film is a script based on the true story of the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history. Jeffrey MacDonald (Foley) is a handsome, Ivy League-educated U.S. Army Green Beret doctor who was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two young daughters in 1970. The story is told through the eyes of best-selling author Joe McGinniss (Dave Annable), who was approached by

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The Official Story: Capturing the Final Words of America’s Most Notorious Criminal

After a year of working on a documentary that investigates the original claims made about Charles Manson’s crimes, mind control, and the Helter Skelter narrative, director Buddy Day was confronted with the sudden death of his subject—none of other than the most famous convicted serial killer in America.

The piece, which attempts to present an alternative version of the events by giving voice to those often excluded from the conversation, instantly became the final document created during Manson’s life, thus it was re-titled: Charles Manson: The Final Words. Narrated by musician and horror filmmaker, Rob Zombie, Day’s reconstruction of the summer of ’69 and its aftermath raises provocative inquires about the case that put the notorious villain behind bars for his entire life. Ahead of its television debut on Reelz December 3, the true crime expert spoke with MovieMaker about his first conversation

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Oxygen Premieres Original New Series FINAL APPEAL, 1/7


Oxygen Premieres Original New Series FINAL APPEAL, 1/7

Oxygen Media, the new destination for high quality crime programming, premieres the new original real-time investigative series FINAL APPEAL,, following former football star and exoneree Brian Banks and former prosecutor Loni Coombs as they work tirelessly to uncover the truth behind controversial cases that may have led to wrongful convictions. “Final Appeal” premieres on Sunday, January 7 at 7PM ET/PT with a special two-hour premiere episode. For a sneak peek, visit http://www.oxygen.com/final-appeal/season-1/videos/final-appeal-premieres-on-sunday-17

“Brian Banks’ story is one of inspiring resilience and redemption,” said Rod Aissa, Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Development, Oxygen Media. “We are excited to partner with Peacock Productions to bring this true crime investigation series to our viewers and support Brian and Lori’s passionate pursuit for justice.”

Brian Banks is a former star football player who had NFL aspirations until

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‘Final Appeal’ Trailer: Former NFL Star Brian Banks Is Here to Help Uncover the Truth (Exclusive)

Before Mark Hamill makes his grand return to a galaxy far, far away in the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi, he spent some time in a very different universe: In Brigsby Bear, he plays Ted, the creator of a children’s show, Brigsby Bear Adventures, which stars a talking bear and was invented…

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Favorite desserts and other final observations from Sabrina Limon trial

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