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TIFF 2016 Review: Interchange

Forensic photographer Adam (Iedil Putra) has left his job behind after a particularly brutal and strange murder. When it appears that the killer has struck again, Detective Man (Shaheizy Sam) wants Adam back, thinking he has some insight into the crime. Glass...

TIFF 2016 Review: The Edge of Seventeen

The debut directorial effort of screenwriter Kelly Fremon Craig, The Edge of Seventeen (produced in part by James L. Brooks), is the first unequivocally exceptional teen dramedy of the post-John Hughes era. At turns broadly funny and heart-wrenchingly serious in its...

TIFF 2016 Review: Brain on Fire

The real life struggles of New York journalist Susannah Cahalan and her struggles to get a diagnosis for a rare disease comes to the big screen in Irish filmmaker Gerard Barrett’s Brain on Fire, a decent enough crowd pleaser that raises some pertinent questions about...

TIFF 2016 Review: Rats

Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope) musters up his most stylish film yet with Rats, a horror tinged look at one of the world’s most resourceful and deadly mammals. Spurlock travels around the world from the New...

TIFF 2016 Review: Into the Inferno

Spinning off from work he had conducted previously in Encounters at the End of the World and La Soufrière, filmmaker Werner Herzog collaborates with volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer for the sprawling and epic documentary Into the Inferno. Herzog and Oppenheimer travel...