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  1. TADFF Review: Hellmouth (2014)



    A throwback to cheesy and great horror movies of yesteryear, Hellmouth comes to audiences courtesy of John Geddes and Tony Burgess. Director Geddes is coming off his well-received Exit Humanity (which appeared at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival circa 2011) while writer Burgess is responsible for bringing genre fans films such as Pontypool and Septic Man (also a TADFF alum).

    Together they have teamed for Hellmouth which stars Stephen McHattie (Pontypool, Watchmen) ...
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  2. TADFF Review: Suburban Gothic (2014)



    In 2012, I came across the hidden gem Excision. Directed by Richard Bates Jr., Excision was the type of film that horror fans love to find – a title that they knew nothing about starring a bunch of people that we never heard of that, upon screening, was much much better than the throwaway DVD we expected.

    Excision didn’t have us pacing the halls awaiting the next Richard Bates Jr. effort, but it did have us stand notice when his new project, Suburban Gothic was ...
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  3. TADFF Review: Housebound



    The 9th Annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival opened last evening with a sell-out crowd on hand for the screening of Housebound, a New Zealand horror film that takes on the tried-and-tested genre device of the haunted house.

    Morgana O’Reilly plays Kylie Bucknell, a troubled young woman who is sentenced by the local courts to home detention after a failed ATM robbery and is ordered to house arrest under the care of her mother Miriam (Rima Te Wiata). Miriam is a ...
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  4. Our Top 5 For TADFF



    The 2014 edition of the Toronto After Dark Film Festival is now just a few restless sleeps from inauguration. Our sweaty palms, dry mouth and forehead drenched with beads of perspiration are direct evidence to our anticipation of the annual event.

    This year the programmers will be parading out a line-up that is stellar in both content and scheduling. The best in horror, science fiction and all-round WTF’s will be in full display over 9 days and 20 screenings. ...

    Updated 10-13-2014 at 09:23 PM by GregMO ROberts

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  5. As TADFF Nears Excitement Follows



    The Toronto After Dark Film Festival is sharpening its teeth to take another bite out of the starving genre market in the heart of the city starting October 16th through October 24th.

    With all screenings at the Scotiabank Theatre (and let me again praise the organizers for this now second year venue), the Toronto After Dark Film Festival or TADFF will showcase the best in horror, science fiction and thrillers over nine days and 19 feature films.

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