Archive for 'David Demchuk'
Nicholas Wallace's hit spook show gives theatregoers some delicious tricks and treats
Bangkok prisons, slasher summer camps, lost highways, yakuza enclaves, and wicked woods. Staycations have never looked better!
Possessed painters, menaced models, stressed super-soldiers, tortured telekinetics and Turkish cops in Hell. Career change has never looked better!
Patrick Stewart takes on a rare villainous role in this brutal, bloody siege thriller by Blue Ruin director Jeremy Saulnier
From embattled punk bands to Yakuza vampires, this year's action-thriller-horror series has something for everyone but your children and your grandmother.
The ever-popular programs are packed once again with shock and suspense.
Shedding some light on a misunderstood affordable housing alternative.
The answer is yes—but it's complicated.
Nominated for: civic responsibility, a great sense of humour, and some smart ideas about how to combine the two.
The director of a new documentary on the psychology of horror entertainment hopes to scare up some Kickstarter support.
The Royal Ontario Museum gave local software developers three days to whip up history-themed video games.
Your guide to the things that go bump in the night, from one end of the city to the other.
Álex de la Iglesia's manic horror comedy is a career high point, thanks to its titular villainesses.
Sion Sono's love letter to Japanese cinema would be heartbreaking if it wasn't so much fun.
Our reviews of TIFF 2013's scariest, grossest, wildest films.
A gorgeously crafted but downbeat tribute to a classic Hong Kong horror genre.
This lo-fi alien abduction tale is gooey, splattery fun.
Best buddies find that tourism sometimes bites in this faux-documentary chiller.