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.”
The Gutter’s own Carol interviews director Soi Cheang at the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness blog.
The Gutter’s own Carol interviews director and screenwriter Lucile Hadžihalilović at the Vanguard Program Blog of the Toronto International Film Festival. Hadžihalilović is the director of Innocence (2004) and Evolution (2015), as well as the screenwriter of Gaspar Noé’s Enter The Void (2009).
Behold the creepy, eerily beautiful, hellishly frightening and sometimes hilarious delights of this year’s Vanguard Program at the Toronto International Film Festival: Demon; February; The Missing Girl; Evolution; Lace Crater; Der Nachtmahr; Collective Invention; Love; Men & Chickens; My Big Night; Veteran; Hellions; Endorphine; Zoom; and, No Men […]
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 […]
Every fall I write for the official Midnight Madness and Vanguard program blogs of the Toronto International Film Festival. And I usually try to find a guest writer to cover me here at the Gutter, write a piece ahead of time or even, sometimes, just totally wander out […]