Final Titles Announced For Toronto After Dark 2008!

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So, Fantastic Fest is now behind us which means the next big event for genre fans is the Toronto After Dark fest, unspooling in late October, and the final block of titles has just been announced. What do you get? Well, joining the already strong lineup are Thai horror omnibus 4bia, freshly minted Fantastic Fest prize winner South of Heaven, period grave robbing horror comedy I Sell The Dead with Ron Perlman and Dominic Monaghan, a bit more Perlman in The Mutant Chronicles, Darrell Hammond and Jason Mewes in Netherbeast Incorporated, and the local premieres of Donkey Punch, Home Movie and Kevin Tenney's Brain Dead. Tasty goodness.

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DJensenSeptember 27, 2008 6:48 AM

I'll be there again this year, but I really hope future editions of TAD bring more Sci-Fi (not horror in a quasi sci-fi setting) to the screen!

SwarezSeptember 27, 2008 7:17 AM

Beware of the Mutant Chronicles, the biggest pile of shite I've seen in a long time. Embarrassing for everyone involved.

Todd BrownSeptember 27, 2008 8:27 PM

If there was scifi to bring, TAD would bring it ... people just don't make much of the stuff.

Adam LopezSeptember 28, 2008 5:11 PM

Everyone's entitled to their opinion. For me, MUTANT CHRONICLES, despite working with a tiny budget by Hollywood standards, is an action-packed very cool steam punk vibe sci-fi blast, with some genuinely nasty kills. It won over this geek programmer's heart and that's why it's in our lineup at Toronto After Dark 2008. Not everyone's cup of tea, but certainly mine, and I think a lot of fans will dig it too.