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Blair Witch and Sadako vs. Kayako among TIFF Midnight Madness films

The 41st Toronto International Film Festival is scheduled to run from September 8th to 18th, and as part of that event comes the Cineplex Entertainment-sponsored Midnight Madness line-up of "excessive, unrelenting, weird, and wild films". Midnight Madness kicks off with the opening night film FREE FIRE (pictured above), from KILL LIST director Ben Wheatley, and...
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It Follows (TIFF Review)

PLOT: After a violent sexual encounter, a young woman (Maika Monroe) finds herself plagued by a deadly curse. REVIEW: When you see as many horror movies as I do, it's pretty easy to get desensitized to even the roughest batch of chillers. By a certain point, you've seen it all, or so you think. Then, totally out of the blue, a movie like IT FOLLOWS comes along and...
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Movie Review: Almost Human (TIFF 2013)

PLOT: Two years after being abducted by aliens, Mark (Josh Ethier) returns to his rural small town to reclaim his long lost girlfriend (Vanessa Leigh) and to prepare it for alien colonization through a brutal reign of violence and terror. REVIEW: Right from the opening credits, which adopt a John Carpenter-esque font, it's clear that ALMOST HUMAN director Joe Begos is going...
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Movie Review: Oculus (TIFF 2013)

PLOT: Tim (Brenton Thwaites) has been locked up in a mental hospital since he was nine years old, when he apparently shot his father (Rory Cochrane) who had just killed his mother (Katee Sackhoff). He's released after his 21st birthday, and reunites with his sister Kaylie (Karen Gillan), who explains to him that their father was actually possessed by an evil spirit that lives in...
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Movie Review: The Green Inferno (TIFF 2013)

PLOT: A group of college activists travel deep into the Peruvian jungle to try and save a lost tribe's habitat. When their plane crashes, the students find themselves at the mercy of the tribe, who- unbeknownst to them- are a pack of murderous cannibals. REVIEW: Let's get one thing straight, THE GREEN INFERNO is crazy violent. Perhaps abhorrently so. Obviously,...
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