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 Feature for each film.
Today’s Spotlight: It Follows
Heather (Lindsay Smith) and Steve (Ryan Kotack) are in love. As they take in the day with a tour of the Niagara Falls region (while Loverboy plays over the assortment of images) they seem like they are on top of the world. And then…..
Drugged, abducted and secured in a solid concrete bunker in the middle of nowhere, Heather and Steve awaken to unfamiliarity of their new setting. Confused and disoriented and with only the smallest of windows to provide them with
Trapped in the wilderness after Air Force One is forced down by a terrorist attack, the President of the United States (Samuel L. Jackson) must rely on the survival skills of a 13-year-old woodsman, in this thriller co-starring Ray Stevenson, Jim Broadbent and Felicity Huffman.
In the rugged Finnish countryside, timid thirteen-year-old Oskari (Onni Tommila) embarks on a traditional quest to prove himself by spending twenty-four hours alone in the wild, armed with
With our ticket selection window closed, Killer Reviews can now confirm our attendance at the following Toronto International Film Festival screenings. Commencing on Thursday September 4th the TIFF runs for 10 days in the city’s core showcasing over 350 films and we will be present for 19 films with a mix of horror, comedy, drama and a documentary thrown in for good measure.
Our finalized schedule is as follows:
Friday, September 5th
Music speaks to us all. But when music speaks to Duane Lewis (Jérémie Earp-Lavergne) he transforms into a serial killer whose murderous trail of blood can be found on both sides of the 49th parallel.
On the surface, Duane looks like your average young man growing up in the discocentric mid-1970’s. But a childhood event (seen later in flashbacks) underline why Duane has psychotic snaps in the presence of disco music leading to his murderous ways. His serial killer