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Kelly McNeely

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Kelly lives in Canada with her large, fuzzy dog and a collection of horror movies, which she is a little obsessed with. Check out her Creepy Crafter videos or follow her on Instagram and Twitter @kellsmcnells
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TIFF Interview: Orcun Behram on Political Allegory and ‘The Antenna’

Turkish writer/director Orcun Behram has tackled his first feature film with The Antenna, a creeping political allegory with a good dose of horror. The Antenna...

TIFF Interview: Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia on ‘The Platform’ and Solidarity

With The Platform, Spanish director Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia has crafted a dystopian masterpiece with a sharp bite. The film explores class inequality and solidarity, elevating...

TIFF Interview: Benson & Moorhead on Designer Drugs, Time, and ‘Synchronic’

Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead are two of the the most inventive and consistently impressive filmmakers working in the industry today. Like their previous...

TIFF Interview: Takashi Miike on ‘First Love’ and His Prolific Career

Takashi Miike has become a household name for fans of genre cinema. With over 100 titles under his belt -- including Ichi the Killer, Audition,...

TIFF Interview: Neasa Hardiman on ‘Sea Fever’, Inspiration, and Superstition

Sea Fever -- which played at the Toronto International Film Festival as part of their Discovery program -- is a captivating exploration of the...

TADFF 2019: Toronto After Dark Film Fest Announces its First 10 Titles

The Toronto After Dark Film Festival is a scintillating showcase of horror, action, sci-fi, and cult cinema. Since its inception in 2006, the festival...

TIFF Review: ‘Saint Maud’ is an Enthralling Slide into Obsession

For her feature film debut, writer/director Rose Glass comes out swinging with Saint Maud. The stage is set for a tense tête-à-tête between the...

TIFF Review: ‘Blood Quantum’ is a Zombie Film With Serious Bite

In 1981, a small community is rocked by the outbreak of a zombie virus. The locals are biting and turning in record time, but...

‘Riot Girls’ is a Punk Rock Call to Arms [REVIEW]

In an alternate version of 1995, a mysterious plague has wiped out all the adults and left one town’s teens in a violent gang...