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  1. TIFF Spotlight: Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films



    The Toronto International Film Festival ramps up north of the 49th parallel running September 4-14th in Canada’s most populous city. Hundreds of films from around the world will be showcased and we will be there for no less than 25 movies throughout the 10-day festival.

    With hotels booked, tickets secured and schedules cleared we will focus on each of the 25 films we will be screening in a Spotlight Series for each film.

    Today’s Spotlight: Electric ...
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  2. TIFF Spotlight: Arnold Schwarzenegger in Maggie



    The Toronto International Film Festival ramps up north of the 49th parallel running September 4-14th in Canada’s most populous city. Hundreds of films from around the world will be showcased and we will be there for no less than 25 movies throughout the 10-day festival.

    With hotels booked, tickets secured and schedules cleared we will focus on each of the 25 films we will be screening in a Spotlight Series for each film.

    Today’s Spotlight: Maggie ...

    Updated 08-20-2014 at 07:58 PM by GregMO ROberts

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  3. DVD Review: Sabotage (2013)



    Let’s get one thing clear – I am, and have always been, an Arnold Schwarzenegger fan. I consider The Terminator an excellent film series (yes, all four of them), I consider his run of films in the 1980’s as an unprecedented run that will likely never be matched and I consider Predator to not only be his best film but also the best action film…..ever.

    I was moderately ok with Arnie taking a break from acting when he became Governor of California. His string of movies ...

    Updated 08-18-2014 at 04:42 PM by GregMO ROberts

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  4. Review: Moebius (2013) - A "WTF" silent film surely to challenge your resolve

    I don’t get many WTF moments when watching film. Not anymore. I guess spending decades searching for the most bizarre, scandalous and banned films from around the world has resulted in my flatline response to scenes and screen situations that others might find shocking. It’s a true pleasure when I do come across a film that solicits a bottomless jaw reaction. A Serbian Film, Cannibal Holocaust and even to a lesser degree, The Human Centipede were all films that caught me off my usual guard. ...
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  5. Toronto International Film Festival Entries

    Only a few weeks away! Killerreviews will be there for 30 screenings of the 400 or so that are on display. Here is the list we have to choose from:

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    Black and White (dir. Mike Binder)
    Boychoir (dir. François Girard)
    The Connection (La French) (dir. Cédric Jimenez)
    The Equalizer (dir. Antoine Fuqua)
    Escobar: Paradise Lost (dir. Andrea Di Stefano)
    The Forger (dir. Philip Martin)
    Foxcatcher (dir. Bennett Miller)
    Haemoo (dir. ...
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