A truly under rated classic horror gem, the TIFF Bell Lightbox is bringing Peter Medak's George C Scott starring chiller The Changeling back to the big screen for one showing only on Halloween night
and we want you to be there! We got two pairs of tickets to the screening and all you have to do for a shot is email me here and name the horror tinged television series that Medak directed an episode of earlier this year.
Winners will be drawn at random.
After suffering a horrible tragedy, composer John Russell (George C.
Scott) rents an ominous mansion once inhabited by one of the most
prominent families in Washington state (or, as we like to call it in
Canada, British Columbia). After witnessing all manner of strange
phenomena -- shattering windows, slamming doors, a horrifying, incessant
pounding noise -- Russell seeks help from a woman at the local historical
society (Trish Van Devere, Scott's wife) as he attempts to unearth the
mystery the house hides (literally) within its walls. One of the peak
(and strangely beloved) accomplishments in Canadian horror cinema, and a
commercial and critical shot in the arm for the Canadian film industry
during the beleaguered tax shelter years, Peter Medak's creepily
efficient ghost story left an indelible mark on anyone who saw it before
they turned twenty -- in part because of the smart script and solid
acting, but especially because of the inventive use of sound.
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