Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2010

Eight Nights Of Horror, Sci-Fi, Action, Cult, Exploitation Movies!

July 30 2010 Categorized Under: Horror News No Commented
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Toronto After Dark Film Festival

The Toronto After Dark Film Festival will take place at the Bloor Cinema in Toronto, Canada, from August 13 to August 20, 2010. It will feature 8 days of horror, sci-fi, action and cult films.

When

August 13th – August 20th, 2010

Where

Bloor Cinema
506 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 1Y6, Canada
Phone: 416-516-2331

Films and Schedules

The Last Lovecraft
Jeff is an ordinary guy that is stuck at a dead end job with a boring life, but when
A strange old man gives ordinary guy Jeff an ancient relic and tells him that he is the last bloodline of H.P. Lovecraft. Jeff must now protect the relic from evil and prevent the release of Cthulhu.
Friday, August 13th
7pm

Doghouse
Guys with lady troubles find themselves in a village of female zombie types.
Saturday, August 14
7pm

Evil in the Time of Heroes
Bizarre, whacked out Greek zombie action flick featuring Billy Zane.
Saturday, August 14
9.45pm

Cargo
Sci-fi thriller set in deep space
Sunday, August 15
4:15pm

Robogeisha
Over-the-top Japanese flick from the director of The Machine Girl, so you know what to expect.
Sunday, August 15
7pm

High School
Stoner comedy featuring Adrien Brody
Sunday, August 15
9:45 pm

The Last Exorcism
Eli Roth produced new scarefest
Monday, August 16
7pm

Alien vs Ninja
Aliens fight ninjas. Duh!
Monday, August 16
9:45 pm

Phobia 2 aka Ha phraeng
Thai horror anthology film.
Tuesday, August 17
7pm

All About Evil
A mousy librarian inherits a failing old movie house. In order to save the family business she discovers her inner serial killer – and a legion of rabid gore fans – when she starts turning out a series of grisly shorts. What her fans don’t realize is that the murders in the movies are real.
Tuesday, August 17
9:45pm

Centurion
Neil Marshall’s brutal Roman action extravaganza.
Wednesday, August 18
7pm

Heartless
Philip Ridley’s (director of The Reflecting Skin) thriller about demons living in London.
Wednesday, August 18
9.45pm

Black Death
Christopher Smith’s (director of Triangle and Severance) medieval witchcraft tale. Set during the time of the first outbreak of bubonic plague in England, a young monk is tasked with learning the truth about reports of people being brought back to life in a small village.
Thursday, August 19
7pm

I Spit On Your Grave
Anchor Bay’s graphic remake of the infamous cult classic, starring Sarah Butler in the Camille Keaton role. Expect to be uncomfortable.
Thursday, August 19
9:45 pm

Rubber
Tale of a Killer Tire with feelings. Expect to laugh.
Friday, August 20
7pm

The Human Centipede
Already infamous gross-out flick featuring three victims surgically connected in ways you probably don’t want to think about.
Friday, August 20
9:45 pm

Shorts After Dark
New genre short films
Saturday, August 14
4:15 pm

Canada After Dark
Canadian short films that appear throughout the festival, serving as opening acts for all main features.

Other Events

Filmmaker appearances, after parties, pub socials.

Tickets

Individual Screenings: $13, except opening and closing galas, which are $15 and include entry to opening/closing night parties.
Special for Zombie Appreciation Night (Sat, Aug 14): See Doghouse or Evil in the Time of Heroes for $8 per movie if you dress as a zombie.
All Access Pass: $139 – priority entry to all 17 screenings. 200 tickets available – almost sold out.
Go to the box office page to purchase tickets.

For more information see the official site or the Facebook page.

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