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  1. Review: The Babadook (2014)



    The Babadook screened at the Sundance Film Festival this spring and immediately won over critics and audiences alike. The Australian thriller/horror from female director Jennifer Kent weaves the tale of a single mother Amelia (Essie Davis) whose son Samuel (Noah Wiseman) believes that there is a monster by the name of Babadook inhabiting their home.

    Amelia believes that her son’s fears and subsequent erratic behavior stem from a pop-up book titled The Babadook that ...
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  2. Toronto After Dark Announces Festival Winners



    Bar bills and memories are all that is left with the Toronto After Dark Film Festival now firmly in our rear-view window. The TADFF ran from October 16-24 and featured a stellar line-up of 19 films and shorts the showcased the best in horror, cult and science fiction filmmaking.

    The 2014 edition of the TADFF was their 9th annual and like a swat from the Big Bambino the organizers knocked it out of the park this year with a consistently stellar line-up of feature ...

    Updated 11-06-2014 at 07:58 AM by GregMO ROberts

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  3. TADFF Review: Let Us Prey (2014)



    When director Brian O’Malley introduced his new film, Let Us Prey, via a prerecording in front of the Toronto After Dark Film Festival he informed us that his intention was to make a timeless horror classic. To accomplish this, he set on out to deliver a film that could not be dated (watching Let Us Prey ten years from now and there is nothing in the fashion, look or feel of the film that would immediately reference 2014) and that had a synthesizer styled score reminiscent of the ...
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  4. TADFF Review: The Town that Dreaded Sundown (2014)


    Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s The Town that Dreaded Sundown is not your average horror film. The 2014 edition is neither a remake nor a sequel to the 1976 cult classic of the same name. Instead, it cleverly uses the first film as a backdrop to tell a story that was based on actual crimes committed in the town of Texarkana in 1946. References to the actors and events depicted on the drive-in classic original play a large part in the telling of a new story where the “Phantom Killer”, or ...
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  5. TADFF: Predestination (2014)



    Brilliant. Thought-provoking mind bending brilliance.

    Coming under the radar and screening on Tuesday night as part of the Toronto After Dark Film Festival schedule, Predestination stars Ethan Hawke (Sinister) in a film that caught us off guard and sent us home with the reality of just witnessing one of the best films of the year.

    Ethan Hawke plays a character without name who is a time-travelling agent for a secret agency that uses their ability ...
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