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The final block of titles for the 2007 edition of the Toronto After Dark festival were announced today and, hark! The box office is now also open for business. Though I'm not as involved this year as I was last the five international titles were my domain and I loves them all. They are my childrens. International titles included in the first announced block were Korean animation Aachi and Ssipak - and I can't wait to see that killer opening sequence with an audience - and Russian big budget fantasy Wolfhound. My other three selections announced today are Shinya Tsukamoto's Nightmare Detective, Thai horror flick Alone and Vietnamese martial arts film The Rebel, making its Canadian debut. Also announced are Uwe Boll's In The Name Of The King, Simon Says with Crispin Glover, and indie horror-comedies Blood Car and Murder Party.

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Kurt HalfyardSeptember 28, 2007 10:20 AM

Yep. I'm ready for some NIGHTMARE DETECTIVE on the big screen. Hoping to catch ALONE and THE REBEL too. Definitely going out of my way for ARMY OF ONE and god forbid, I'm going to watch some Uwe Boll on the big screen too.

Hope to see you all After Dark.

GarthSeptember 28, 2007 12:47 PM

Nice. I'm definitely down for some Nightmare Detective too. And I just got a bootie of Alone, but the subs appears to be awful so I'll probably wait and see it on the big screen. Cool!

Kurt HalfyardSeptember 28, 2007 7:09 PM

If you are at After Dark this year, be sure to stop by and say hi. We will be the large congregation hanging out in the corner of the lobby.

Mark DSeptember 29, 2007 4:33 AM

See you guys at the Nightmare Detective screening.

GarthSeptember 29, 2007 10:30 AM

Sweet. Here's hoping I can get the night off for either Alone or Nightmare Detective.

Time to start sucking up...

Adam LopezSeptember 29, 2007 12:05 PM

Hey Garth, it's gonna be awesome man!