Toronto After Dark
Jeremy LaLonde’s witty sci-fi dramedy, James vs. His Future Self, is available to stream in Canada on Friday, April 03rd.
That Shelf put together a list of the 5 best horror movies we've watched in 2020.
Director Ant Timpson’s debut feature Come To Daddy is a weird and wild ride, full of surprises and superb performances from stars Elijah Wood and Stephen McHattie.
The less said about The Assent the better. While the film follows the standard exorcism execution, there’s enough here to offer a fresh look at the genre with some jump scares along the way.
Alex Chung’s hyper-violent hitman movie, Contracts, misses its mark by a wide margin.
Paradise Hills tells a dark fantasy/sci-fi tale about a mysterious school that transforms rebellious young girls into compliant young women.
Making Monsters, from co-directors Justin Harding and Rob Brunner, starts like so many slasher flicks that came before it – an unsuspecting couple venture to an isolated country home where a vicious killer stalks them – but that's where the movie swerves.
After making a deal with the devil, a man tries to make amends in 8, a South African horror movie steeped in folklore.
TADFF 2019’s International Shorts After Dark program features an entertaining mix of martial arts beat-downs, time travel, and supernatural encounters.
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.
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.