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Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2010: Film Schedule


The film schedule for the 2010 Toronto After Dark Film Festival (TAD) has been released. The 5th Toronto After Dark Film Festival is “a showcase of horror, sci-fi, action and cult cinema  held annually in Toronto, Canada at the Bloor Cinema. The festival premieres a diverse selection of feature-length and short-films from around the world including new works from Asia, Europe and North America.” This years festival runs from August 13, 2010 to August 20, 2010 at the Bloor Cinema in Toronto, Canada.  The highlights of this film festival for me are The Human Centipede: First Sequence, Centurion, and  I Spit on Your Grave (2010). The full schedule of the films – sixteen in total – showing this year are below.

Friday, Aug. 13
7:00pm The Last Lovecraft – Opening Gala, Sea monster comedy
7:01pm Canada After Dark – Canadian Short Film Showcase Screening Throughout the Festival, In Front of the Features

Saturday, Aug. 14
4:15pm Shorts After Dark International Horror, Sci-Fi, Action & Cult Short Films
7:00pm Doghouse, Zombie Comedy
9:45pm Evil in The Time of Heroes, Zombie Action, Billy Zane

Sunday, Aug. 15
4:15pm Cargo, Sci-Fi Thriller
7:00pm Robogeisha, Sci-Fi Horror Action
9:45pm High School, Cult Stoner Comedy, Adrien Brody

Monday, Aug. 16
7:00pm The Last Exorcism, Supernatural Horror
9:45pm Alien vs Ninja Sci-Fi, Horror, Action

Tuesday, Aug. 17
7:00pm Phobia 2, Supernatural Horror
9:45pm All About Evil, Cult Horror Comedy

Wednesday, Aug. 18
7:00pm Centurion, Brutal Roman Action, Neil Marshall
9:45pm Heartless, Supernatural Thriller, Demons

Thursday, Aug. 19
7:00pm Black Death, Medieval Horror, Witchcraft
9:45pm I Spit on Your Grave, WARNING: Extremely Graphic Revenge Horror

Friday, Aug. 20
7:00pm Rubber Killer, Tire Horror
9:45pm The Human Centipede – Closing Gala Surgical experiment horror

Source: TorontoAfterDark

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