Toronto's After Dark Film Festival just announced the final 10 features to screen at the festival, taking place the week before Halloween. Some are "old favorites" on the festival circuit; some are making their world premieres there. Check out the list after the break.
Not one but three films will have their world premieres at TADFF 2011: War of the Dead, which combines two of my favorite on-screen things, zombies and nazis; and Vs, which stars James Remar as a super-villain who forces "costumed crusaders into playing a series of impossible-to-win games where the penalty for losing is death. These two join the previously announced world premiere of Father's Day.
Also freshly added to the lineup include Midnight Son, about a man's descent into vampirism; Manborg, a wacky homage to films like Robocop and Terminator; Some Guy Who Kills People, a pitch-black serial killer comedy of horrors; A Lonely Place to Die, a "mountain climbing thriller;" and supernatural horror Absentia.
For a complete list of films, schedule, tickets, and all the other info you could ever possibly want or need, visit TorontoAfterDark.com