Peter Mullan crafts a stunning, brutal portrait of a bright youth's descent into gang crime.
Toronto International Film Festival
Fans excited to see John Carpenter back in bigscreen will find limited cause for joy in "The Ward."
Aggressive, fast-paced Warsaw-set crimer gives new meaning to the phrase "to die like a dog."
An earnest stab at nonexploitative horror strongly reminiscent of "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer."
The pic portrays tensions that arise when a group of old friends gather at a beach house.
Anchor Bay Films has nabbed all English-language rights to Adam Wingard's stylish low-budget chiller "A Horrible Way to Die."
With more than 250 features, the Toronto Film Festival typically functions as a clearing house for new international cinema.
A rigorously understated drama about parents coping with guilt, incomprehension and mutual recriminations.
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