Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman's Irish supernatural horror-comedy, Extra Ordinary, is extraordinarily charming.
James vs. His Future Self is a sci-fi dramedy about a single-minded scientist who must outwit his future self to make the discovery of the century.
Witches in the Woods offers a chilling look at a modern-day witch hunt.
Social anxiety makes for a macabre and hilarious combo in the TADFF 2019 short Alaska.
Teenage girls are pretty scary in the TADFF short film Best Friends Forever.
Toronto After Dark is just days away, and That Shelf is here to give you a rundown of the city’s creepiest festival.
There's plenty to see at Toronto After Dark this year, so we've made a list featuring the festival's 5 must-see films.
In a Valley of Violence wastes an opportunity to put its own twist on the western genre, opting instead for a straightforward revenge story.
Takashi Miike’s latest Japanese horror film mixes up a little of Saw, a pinch of The Hunger Games, a taste of Battle Royale, and a hell lot of insanity.
Polish horror musical The Lure, directed by Agnieszka Smoczynska is all skin and glitter, with no substance, much like its protagonists.
In War on Everyone, Michael Peña and Alexander Skarsgård play the "Bad Cop/ Bad Cop" routine to occasionally hilarious effect.
Despite a few appropriately eerie moments, Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Japanese thriller Creepy suffers from an inconsistent tone and unbelievable plot developments.
Under the Shadow is a spectacular and genuinely frightening debut feature from writer/director Babak Anvari.