Toronto After Dark 2016: TRAIN TO BUSAN and I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER Round Out Festival Lineup

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Toronto After Dark 2016: TRAIN TO BUSAN and I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER Round Out Festival Lineup
With the annual genre festival, Toronto After Dark, only a couple weeks away the second half of this year's lineup has been announced. 
 
One of my personal favorites of the year I Am Not A Serial Killer leads the second wave. If you missed it's theatrical run this Summer never fear because Korean zombie hit Train to Busan will come rolling back this way. Contributing to this year's CanCon are the two latest offerings from local troupe Black Fawn Films, Bed of the Dead and Let Her Out The latest from John Michael McDonagh (The Guard and Calvary) War on Everyone comes to town. 
 
I believe that this is the first time in the festival's history that it will screen a film starring Mel Gibson; Jean-François Richet's thriller Blood Father is coming to protect our daughters. Aussie actress Sharni Vinson (You're Next) finds herself trapped in house once again, though on the receiving end this time from the looks of it, in From A House on Willow Street. You should also check out the gentle and surreal oddity that is The Master Cleanse starring Johnny Galecki (The Big Bang Theory) and Anna Friel (Marcella). Then capping it off is the sequel no one saw coming, Stake Land 2
 
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Armando Dela CruzOctober 2, 2016 2:27 AM

Interesting lineup. Especially excited for John Michael McDonagh's new film!

curtvileOctober 3, 2016 3:20 PM

Oh you will not be disappointed. Saw it few weeks back in HIFF.
War On Everyone is quite irreverent and loads of fun.
But to quote John Michael McDonagh presenting the film "If you are easily offended...then what the fuck are you doing here ?"

Armando Dela CruzOctober 4, 2016 11:08 AM

That's one film to look forward to for me, @curtvile:disqus. Glad to hear someone loved it.