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With Roberto De Feo’s The Nest (Il Nido) being one of the most positive surprises in 2019, in terms of horror cinema, I felt compelled to delve in-depth into this Italian horror film. This article will feature major spoilers, so I’d recommend reading my spoiler-free review of the movie if you don’t want your experience ruined. You’ve been warned!

For the first time I’ve been granted press accreditation for the Toronto International Film Festival®, recognised as one of the largest and most prestigious film festivals in the world. So, I had the opportunity to watch and review a bunch of movies. This is my review of The Platform (Spain, Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia, horror/sci-fi/thriller; original title: El Hoyo).

For the first time I’ve been granted press accreditation for the Toronto International Film Festival®, recognised as one of the largest and most prestigious film festivals in the world. So, I had the opportunity to watch and review a bunch of movies. This is my review of TIFF exclusive SYNCHRONIC (USA, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, drama/horror/sci-fi).

For the first time I’ve been granted press accreditation for the Toronto International Film Festival®, recognised as one of the largest and most prestigious film festivals in the world. So, I had the opportunity to watch and review a bunch of movies. This article features short reviews of Color Out of Space (USA, Richard Stanley, horror/sci-fi) and The Vigil (USA, Keith Thomas, horror).

For the first time I’ve been granted press accreditation for the Toronto International Film Festival®, recognised as one of the largest and most prestigious film festivals in the world. So, I had the opportunity to watch and review a bunch of movies. This article features my reviews of three short films: A Fool God (Hiwot Admasu Getaneh, France, drama, 18’15”), Billy (Zachary Epcar, USA, horror, 8’01”), Daughter (Daria Kascheeva, Czech Republic, drama, 14’44”).

For the first time I’ve been granted press accreditation for the Toronto International Film Festival®, recognised as one of the largest and most prestigious film festivals in the world. So, I had the opportunity to watch and review a bunch of movies. This is my review of TIFF exclusive Bring Me Home (South Korea, Kim Seung-woo, drama/mystery/thriller; original title: Na-reul cha-ja-jwo).

For the first time I’ve been granted press accreditation for the Toronto International Film Festival®, recognised as one of the largest and most prestigious film festivals in the world. So, I had the opportunity to watch and review a bunch of movies. This article features two short reviews of To the Ends of the Earth (Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Japan/Uzbekistan, drama/sci-fi; original title: Tabi no Owari Sekai no Hajimari) and Resin (Daniel Borgman, Denmark, horror; original title: Harpiks).