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Inside The Creepy Twists Of 'Red Lights'

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Spanish filmmaker Rodrigo Cortes returns to the scene with his second English-language film, "Red Lights." "Red Lights" follows a suspenseful, and somewhat creepy, path and features stars Sigourney Weaver and Robert De Niro. Guest host Maria Hinojosa speaks with Cortes about hoaxes, the paranormal, and his own personal twists in life.
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