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    Zombie Activists Attack in First Scene from BBC’s “IN THE FLESH” Season Two

    BBC America’s IN THE FLESH has, alongside French series THE RETURNED, garnered acclaim for being one of the more novel pieces of undead fiction in the current, oversaturated climate. The series’ first season took an interesting look at a post-zombie apocalypse in which those transformed were being rehabilitated and assimilating back into society, with plenty […]

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    “R100″ (TIFF Movie Review)

    A superstar in Japan barely known outside of his native country, Hitoshi Matsumoto has found an unexpected second home in Toronto’s Midnight Madness program. If his films can be classified as anything, they are comedies. However, that label doesn’t quite feel like it fully captures the strange, disturbed, and subversive tone the filmmaker whips up […]

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    “DYS-” (Fantasia Movie Review)

    The title of Maude Michaud’s DYS-, as defined in an opening text screen, is meant as a diminutive of “dysfunction,” of which there is certainly plenty on screen. But where the film’s central relationship is concerned, the movie could easily be called DIS-, for “dismissive” or “disassociate.”

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  • Toronto! Get your horror soundtrack groove-on at “FEAR STREET”

    by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-02-25 15:59:39 Nestled in the deep, dark, dangerous Toronto Dundas/Ossington strip is a grotty spot called Sex Laser. Yes…Sex Laser. “It’s just as sketchy as it sounds…” says Larissa Thomas, who hosts and DJ’s her bloody brainchild FEAR STREET, a weekly booze drenched, blood splattered dance party where the best in […]

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