Friend of the Gutter Colin Geddes interviews Yuen Woo-Ping at That Shelf. “Yuen constantly collaborated with his brothers (Cheung, Shun-Yi, Chun-Yeung and Yat-Chor), who are all talented martial artists and stuntmen, sometimes referred to as The Yuen Clan. We could continue to talk about the many films they’ve […]
Friend of the Gutter Colin Geddes shares his 5 favorite Ringo Lam films. “Lam originally started out with hopes of being an actor, but ended up studying filmmaking at Toronto’s York University. When he returned to Hong Kong he was steered into directing comedies that were trendy at […]
Watch as beloved Toronto International Film Festival programmer Colin Geddes says good-bye and swears in new Midnight Madness programmer Peter Kuplowsky. Then keep up with the red carpet interviews, introductions and post-screening Q&A’s with Robert Mitchell and Sarah Dillard! They post new videos every day of the festival.
The Gutter’s own Carol’s piece about Kaneto Shindo’s Kuroneko appears in Shudder curator/TIFF programmer/friend of the Gutter Colin Geddes’ recommendations for your Halloween reading, viewing and listening pleasure. And the Gutter itself receives a shout-out!
At Office Hours #9, friend of the Gutter/Midnight Madness programmer/Shudder curator Colin Geddes and fellow Shudder curator Sam Zimmerman talk about horror. I especially enjoy the discussion about the difference between a “terror film” and a “horror film.”
Here’s the genre-tastic line-up for this year’s Midnight Madness Program at the Toronto International Film Festival–with trailers where available: The Chickening; Green Room; Baskin; Hardcore; The Devil’s Candy; The Girl In The Photographs; The Mind’s Eye; Southbound; SPL 2: A Time For Consequences; Yakuza Apocalypse; and, The Final […]