TIFF 2013: Our Complete Coverage (So Far)

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Well folks, it's the half way mark for ScreenAnarchy's Christmas, also known as the Toronto International Film Festival, which means it's the perfect time to catch up on all the films that have been reviewed thus far by our intrepid team of writers on the festival floor -- and it's all conveniently linked to in one handy post with some pretty pictures to boot!

Wanna read Todd Brown's take on Sono Sion's Why Don't You Play In Hell. No problem. And what did Kurt Halfyard think of the Danilel Radcliffe vehicle Horns? Read on. Meanwhile, Jason Gorber weighs in on Gravity and Ryland Aldrich declares All Cheerleaders Die (for the enjoyment of the cinema going masses), plus, much, much more. And still it's just the halfway mark.  

Todd Brown, Ryland Aldrich, , Kurt Halfyard and Shelagh Rowan-Legg contributed to this story.

Sono's WHY DON'T YOU PLAY IN HELL Brings The Madness To Midnight By Todd Brown, Founder and Editor

Sono's Why Don't You Play In Hell is absolutely mad. It is every insane urge and image that Sono has had banging around in his head unused over his career distilled down and splashed on screen in all its absurd - and frequently very bloody - glory. Fans, rejoice: This is the Sono film you've been waiting for since Love Exposure.

Read Todd's full review here.

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