TIFF '12 draws to a close with some Wicker Man-esque thrills and a surreal horror gem from one of the genre's unsung heroes.
Two unique and compelling documentaries were impossible to ignore over the festival's final weekend.
Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig reunite in a terrifically funny ode to overgrown children everywhere.
A Barry Levinson horror movie and Joss Whedon doing Shakespeare? Just another day at TIFF 2012...
Brian De Palma's scintillating corporate drama, Passion, and Neil Jordan’s deadly vampire thriller, Byzantium, offered feminist slants on two long-suffering sub-genres.
The Wachowski brothers and Tom Tykwer take on David Mitchell's epic novel 'Cloud Atlas', while Michael Haneke shows us his sentimental side.
Mads Mikkelsen gets on the wrong side of a pitchfork-wielding mob and Martin McDonagh follows up In Bruges in searingly entertaining fashion on the fifth day of TIFF.