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TIFF 2017 Review: Les Affamés

It can be easy for modern zombie movies to all feel like carbon copies of one another at a certain point. Zombies chase humans; humans run and hide out and arm themselves and join up with other humans to form larger groups; zombies eventually pick off humans...

TIFF 2017 Review: A Worthy Companion

In A Worthy Companion, Evan Rachel Wood tears into the role of Laura, a troubled young woman whose icy exterior barely masks a lifetime of hardship and trauma. Working as a house cleaner for her father’s company (with whom she has a rocky relationship) and living in a...

TIFF 2017 Review: Loveless

From his multiple-award winning debut The Return to the epic Oscar-nominated triumph Leviathan, Andrey Zvyagintsev has been hailed as the new master of Russian cinema, with comparisons to Tarkovsky thrown around in seemingly every other review. These claims certainly...

TIFF 2017 Review: The Ritual

On a hiking excursion through Northern Sweden to memorialize their late friend, four college buddies decide to take a shortcut through the woods when one of them sprains a knee. As you can probably guess, this turns out to be a very bad idea as they promptly get lost...