“Toronto After Dark, the popular horror, sci-fi, action and cult film festival, begins a limited, two-nights only, Summer Screening series tonight, Wednesday, June 27 with Juan of the Dead, Cuba’s first-ever Zombie movie that’s been getting great buzz from fans on the festival circuit. Then stick around if you dare, to experience the Canadian Premiere of The Pact, the scary new supernatural film that shook up audiences at Sundance! TAD’s second screening night is in two weeks time on Wed, July 11, and has the pairing of sci-fi, horror, cult comedy Detention starring The Hunger Games‘ Josh Hutcherson and the Canadian Premiere of V/H/S, the terrifying new found footage film featuring the works of six different movie directors that freaked out audiences at Sundance and SXSW!”
Tickets and Passes, starting from $13, available in advance, or at the door of the screening venue. the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, 506 Bloor Street West at Bathurst, Toronto.
Complete details on TAD’s Summer Films, including detailed descriptions, trailers, images and advance tickets, all available at the festival website.
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