From is what you get when get when you combine the terrors of The X Files with the world of The Twilight Zone.
How Dark They Prey is a joyride into the dark side of mankind.
When two friends find a body in their bathtub after a raucous Halloween party, the fun and frights begin.
Of The Devil gets an A+ from psychic/medium Marie Gilbert because of the good story line, the believable acting, and the surprise ending.
From the ice bucket to the milk crate to the most frightening challenge of all! What might it take to spend the night in the creepiest of locations?
@TIFF_NET and @mmadnesstiff announces the Midnight lineup for the 2022 Festival and The Week in Horror’s @flashymcflash has all the deets. #TIFF22
Infrared offers a more personal journey into things that go numb in the night.
The horrors of war and familial estrangement come to the fore in Western Canada as one man attempts to save his brother from a dangerous cult.
Aftermath is a superb thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
With The Bloody Man, co-writer/director Daniel Benedict was able to bring together a real horror story with heart.
Travis Stevens’ A Wounded Fawn plays a bit like Fresh by way of Peter Strickland at first, but it quickly becomes it’s own deliciously deranged thing.
A retired and damaged monster-hunter confronts both his past and present in a story that crosses generations and life philosophies…and the unspeakable horrors in-between!