2017 Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announces Lineup

The full lineup for this year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival has been announced, with highlights including Joe Lych‘s MayhemErlingur Thoroddson‘s (Child Eater) Rift, and Elizabeth E. Schuch‘s The Book of Birdie, which is the closing night film.

The 2017 Brooklyn Horror


Tiff 2017: Discovery Program Lineup Announced

Tiff has announced the full lineup for their Discovery Program at this year’s festival, which contains 45 new films from first and second time filmmakers from all over the globe.

Take a look below at the lineup as well as links to

DAVE MADE A MAZE - Meera Rohit Kumbhani and Nick Thune in the Kubrick corridor 7


As the title of Bill Waterson’s comedy Dave Made a Maze suggests, Dave does indeed make a maze and what a maze it is. Exploding with creativity, this quirky film about a slacker who creates a cardboard labyrinth in his apartment and subsequently gets himself and his friends lost inside is a ridiculously fun and absurd romp that had me chomping at the bit to uncover each and every unique room and passageway.


Tiff 2017: Platform Program Lineup Announced

The Toronto International Film Festival is gearing up to kick off September 7th, and today the lineup for their Platform program has been announced. Some highlights from this section of the festival include Mike White‘s upcoming dramatic comedy Brad’s StatusXavier Legrand‘s Custody,


Tiff 2017: BORG/MCENROE To Open Festival

Tiff announced today that the opening film of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival will be Janus Metz‘s Borg/McEnroe, which tells the story of the famous rivalry between tennis legends Björn Borg and John McEnroe. The film stars Sverrir Gudnason and Shia LaBeouf as the


Tiff 2017: Special Presentations and Galas Announced

The galas and special presentations sections of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival have been announced, and it should come to no surprise that this is an absolutely stacked list including films from Darren Aronofsky (mother!), David Gordon Green (Stronger), Alexander Payne

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Methodical in its formal approach and more twisted than the salacious details of the crimes it combs over, Kei Ishikawa's Traces of Sin probes ingenuously into the various connecting threads of a murder case, not for the sake of pointing fingers, but more for a want of a full picture.