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  1. Review: ABC's of Death 2


    The concept behind 2012’s The ABC’s of Death was brilliant in conception. Get 26 different directors to direct 26 different shorts each themed for a letter of the alphabet. The result was everything from Nacho Vigalondo’s “A is for Apocalypse” to Yoshihiro Nishimua’s segment “Z is for Zetsumetsu”. The concept was enticing enough to lure such directors as Ti West, Adam Wingard and Jason Eisener to lend their talents to be sown together in an anthology that had no rules and little ...
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  2. Final Films Announced for 2014's Toronto After Dark Film Festival

    HOUSEBOUND (New Zealand) Toronto Premiere & Opening Gala Film

    HOUSEBOUND is a wickedly fun scary new horror thriller from New Zealand, described as “bloody brilliant” by filmmaking icon Peter Jackson (LORD OF THE RINGS). The film follows a young woman forced to return home and endure a triple threat of being under house arrest, living with her eccentric old mother, and potential ghosts in the house. Full of suspense and frights, and laced with a good dose of dysfunctional family comedy ...
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  3. Review: Cub (2014)



    Sometimes those scary campfire stories meant to frighten the children before bedtime can be true. This is the basis for the new horror film Cub (aka Welp) which had its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival as an entry in the Midnight Madness program series.

    Cub introduces us to a troupe of young Cub Scouts and their three adult supervisors as they set out for a camping trip in the woods just outside of France. After having to alter their plans due ...

    Updated 09-25-2014 at 07:23 AM by GregMO ROberts

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  4. Review: Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films


    For those of us that grew up in the VHS age of the 1980’s, Cannon Films was a studio that provided us with much of our movie watching excitement. New Year’s Evil (1980), Enter the Ninja (1981), Invasion U.S.A. (1985) and Cobra (1986) are just a few of the titles that helped propel Cannon Films in its heyday and is the focus of the new documentary Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films.

    Israeli cousins Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus bought Cannon ...
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  5. TIFF Review: [REC]4: Apocalypse

    It is our belief that about ten years removed from the end of the franchise that the [REC] films will be considered horror classics that delivered from first entry until last. The first [REC] was released in 2007 and followed a television reporter and a cameraman as they accompanied emergency workers who were called to an apartment complex where a terrifying outbreak had been reported. Produced and shot in Spain, the film was interesting enough for Hollywood studios to remake the film with Jennifer ...
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